According to Pollack, laying blame on firearms is not the solution to the problem.
When the father of one of the victims in the Parkland, Florida, shooting was asked by reporters on Wednesday if state governments had “learned anything” from previous school shootings, he claimed that stricter gun legislation would not help prevent future attacks and that they had “learned nothing.”
According to Andrew Pollack, whose daughter Meadow was killed in the Parkland school shooting in 2018, “apparently they didn’t learn anything,” he told The News God. Meadow Pollack was a student at the high school where the massacre occurred.
In light of the school shooting in Santa Fe, Texas, in 2018, which resulted in the deaths of ten people, Pollack asserts that additional steps need to be taken to strengthen school safety.
As an illustration, according to Pollack, “They didn’t learn anything from what occurred in Parkland, they didn’t learn anything from what happened in Texas, and they didn’t learn anything from Sandy Hook.” “If only gun control is considered, this outcome will be reached. This has taken place once more.”