U.S Senate stands by the right to bear arms of potential terrorists

JIM LO SCALZO

The headquarters of the National Rifle Association (NRA) is pictured in Fairfax, Virginia, USA, 05 January 2016. President Obama's announcement on 05 January of a series of executive actions aimed at reducing gun violence puts him on a collision course with the NRA, which is publicly opposing the measures.

One million individuals in the U.S are suspected terrorists with the constitutional right to bear arms


The US Senate could not master enough support to control gun ownership on Monday, even following the Orlando shooting with a toll of 49 casualties.

Little has changed after the worst mass shooting in U.S. history. Senators stood by the constitutional right to bear arms, even of potential terrorists. The “terrorist suspects” list in the US includes one million people.

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