Full Frontal Wants to Take Your Guns – Full Special

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Published on May 19, 2021

Full Frontal with Samantha Bee presents ‘Full Frontal Wants To Take Your Guns,’ a special to address how America’s gun problem got this bad, and what we as citizens of this glorious mess can do to help fix it.

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289 comments

  • Dead Ryan 2 years ago

    HA jokes on you. I don’t have any

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  • wiz9496 2 years ago

    I won’t give up my guns, but they can have my ammo one round at a time.

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  • Gati Akbar Wibisono 2 years ago

    Well based on the intro, it’s not one f-ing thing anymore, it’s approximately 25 or 30 more f-ing thing to do about gun based on how much people that SamB paid on cameo.

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  • Brent Spiner 2 years ago

    60% of gun deaths is self deletion.

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  • Poo Ninja 2 years ago

    Anyfuckingthing just something.

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  • Erin Thesystem 2 years ago

    I got a whole cache of firearms at home already.. 🤔 which I never even USE, now do I? Oh..but I don’t have THIS one yet!

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  • LeAnn Thomas 2 years ago

    GUNS SAVE LIVES !

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  • James Puffer 2 years ago

    The people who downvote this video have serious mental problems.

    I mean they’re Republicans, members of the GQP, what is wrong with them(besides everything)?

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  • Stephane Tessier 2 years ago

    So glad not to live in such a backward country.

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  • henry hicks 2 years ago

    Maybe if you understood freedom you wouldn’t be such a dumb person

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  • henry hicks 2 years ago

    People shooting 🔫 each other while i sleep at night a okay im willing to die for that

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  • Slugger 2 years ago

    It amazes me how liberals with whine with righteous indignation about a problem they want fixed instead of rolling up their sleeves and getting their hands dirty. As far as I’m concerned your using a tragedy to act like your a good person on TV twisting an atrocity to make your self look good. Your cooking garbage Sam and not making a difference. Grow up!

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  • Erin Thesystem 2 years ago

    I don’t know if this remains the case(?), but the only country to have more guns per capita than the United States was Yemen.
    What’s disgusting is that THE SAME Republican leaders who once saw gun reform as a bipartisan project are now in full-throated opposition to ANY kind of restrictions on gun ownership. An influx of money from NRA lobbyists was, of course, what changed those hearts and minds.
    Like “cap and trade” (remember that?): They USED TO KNOW that greenhouse emissions were a problem! ~ Apparently we’re being collectively counted on to have the attention spans of a fruit fly.

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  • Soccer Rocker 2 years ago

    when phoebe appeared 😍

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  • mirbramo94 2 years ago

    Gun control is racist. Background checks would disproportionately affect black people.

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  • Jeff Foehringer 2 years ago

    Thanks a lot Samantha. Titles like this one are what the right wing uses to scare guns owners into believing that their right to own a firearm is under attack. And to boost gun sales.
    (See! Those liberals are coming after your guns! They even say so. All that talk about gun safety laws is just part of the plan to disarm you permanently!)

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  • Lolly Lolly 2 years ago

    Do one fu$&@?! thing!! 1 thing ☝️

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  • Kurdish Channel 2 years ago

    Good evening to USA😀 Kind regards from North Kurdistan

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  • Bruce John Shourt 2 years ago

    The extraordinary lethality of the high velocity rifle is the reason that those large capacity magazine semi-automatic guns should be illegal for civilian possession. They should only be allowed to be kept by regulated and licensed shooting ranges, police departments (not police individuals), the national guard, and the branches of the military. Manual bolt action high velocity ones should continue to be legal for sport, including hunting, target competition, and animal control.

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  • Kristina Jones 2 years ago

    Nice fake bar graph. Do you want to let Brazil know you don’t think they are a developed nation? Pretty disrespectful to say that about them.

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  • red0silver0blue 2 years ago

    Great piece! Loved the car comparison, good illustration. I wonder if things will actually change someday…

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  • Tolkienology 2 years ago

    I am 100% in support of turning all guns into the Bane from Borderlands XD 19:35
    https://youtu.be/NWYjLurySU0

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  • BloodyBun 2 years ago

    Wonderful piece.
    If I remember correctly, the USA has far tighter regulations for swords and knives than guns… Smh

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  • John Smith 2 years ago

    Are shoulder pads back?

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  • Brandon M Roe 2 years ago

    Phoebe Bridgers AND Ilhan Omar??? Noice.

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  • Daye Gilharno 2 years ago

    Now that THAT has finally become cool again, it’s time to get me an elephant trophy with my trusted hunting sword…

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  • Vanessa Heine 2 years ago

    There is a wonderful documentary about the violence interrupters called The Interrupters, set in Chicago. I highly recommend.

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  • Phil Zero 2 years ago

    Hey, I’m an Aussie so try a buyback. Try starting small with unregistered, old, forgotten or homemade guns. That will stop a lot of accidents. Then have a gunsmith handle the categorisation of the guns so you don’t lose some history.

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  • kght222 2 years ago

    if they want to do it as a states rights thing, then my state has the right to charge someone from out of the state who kills someone with a gun on aggravated terms. this is all unsustainable. if the current course concerning guns and gun rights continues being angry and going postal will in reality become synonymous, not just literature allusions. people lose their livelihood all the time, should going out in a blaze of glory actually be an option?

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  • paralipsis 2 years ago

    While I look on from afar in dismay at the rate of gun deaths in the United States, I find myself kind of shocked at how a half-hour program fails to address the underlying issues. Pharmaceuticals are studied by the CDC and have all sorts of regulations, yet the opioid crisis has shown that isn’t enough. Dig a little deeper and ask what else is “exceptional” about the U.S. and how those things can be changed. Violence against others and self-harm, including dangerous drug use and firearm homicides and suicides, are generally symptomatic of deep social problems, lack of access to healthcare (including mental health), poverty and income inequality, and bigoted ideologies that divide and dehumanise. No “sensible regulation” of firearms will do much while those problems keep getting worse

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  • Jordon Carlson 2 years ago

    2:00 that looks a lot like a WW2 sten gun. I really, really hope not.

    In Canada, if guns are confiscated from anyone, that’s it’s fate. No matter how old/rare/ or historically significant it is. They’re cut up and melted

    5:25 those are also all totally normal up here. “Ghost guns” can get you the same jail time as a machine gun (also mace and tazers)

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  • Jordon Carlson 2 years ago

    2:00 that looks a lot like a WW2 sten gun. I really, really hope not.

    In Canada, if guns are confiscated from anyone, that’s it’s fate. No matter how old/rare/ or historically significant it is. They’re cut up and melted

    5:25 those are also all totally normal up here. “Ghost guns” can get you the same jail time as a machine gun (also mace and tazers)

    22:10 unless they’ve changed it recently, you don’t need a license in California to drive, as long as you’re not doing it for profit

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  • Jordon Carlson 2 years ago

    2:00 that looks a lot like a WW2 sten gun. I really, really hope not.

    In Canada, if guns are confiscated from anyone, that’s it’s fate. No matter how old/rare/ or historically significant it is. They’re cut up and melted

    5:25 those are also all totally normal up here. “Ghost guns” can get you the same jail time as a machine gun (also mace and tazers)

    22:10 unless they’ve changed it recently, you don’t need a license in California to drive, as long as you’re not doing it for profit

    Edit: apparently they’ve fixed the drivers license law

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  • August Polca 2 years ago

    Love this episode

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  • Håkan Bråkan Kråkan 2 years ago

    Seatbelts! No… They said it would mean communism if we enforced seatbelt laws. And sure… We got Reagan and Bush! And Soviet conquered the world.

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  • HD Harrison 2 years ago

    Heal the people

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  • Christopher Grant 2 years ago

    I thought Richard Marks was the brother to the guy who play the coach of the mighty ducks I am forgetting his name but I think it’s Emilio Estevez

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  • Azhrei Vep 2 years ago

    Huh. There are places where they make you get your car inspected occasionally? Weird.

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  • Nick Lang 2 years ago

    This car thing just shows how many things are wrong with gun standards. Like soo many problems.

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  • Stephanie Avebury 2 years ago

    It’s funny but I just realized that I began using seatbelts in my mid teens around the time these commercials started. So I guess it works. It’s also around that time that I nearly shot my brother and his best friend when we were playing around with my father’s guns and I have been pro gun regulations ever since.

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  • Ted M 2 years ago

    Cap dude is cute

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  • Fred Jacobsen 2 years ago

    New federal gun law: ALL firearms MUST be PINK.

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  • thoughtlesskills 2 years ago

    They’ve been claiming it for years, bout time someone actually said it.

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  • Naomi J Long 2 years ago

    Let’s rate the efficiency of the top investment in the world today:
    Cryptocurrency —- 90%
    Stocks —————– 45%
    Forex ——————- 40%

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  • Rob MacDonald 2 years ago

    I quit the chain wallet less than a decade ago… this episode on gun violence brings new meaning to laughing so hard I am crying… well that and the sense of loss of not knowing where my wallet is now that its chainless making me cry as well….

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  • Vanessa Whitney 2 years ago

    Love You & Your Crew, Sam… Thank You All…

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  • Andrew Humphrey 2 years ago

    Half the ppl in the opening sequence have private security……

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  • Richard Lanyon 2 years ago

    We need to go back to the days of knives and stabbings if we want to keep our guns if we want to keep slaughtering animals! Sure I run them over w my car but is that moral?

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  • Richard Lanyon 2 years ago

    Hey we are banning people, we created Covid to thin out our population and also to keep bring immigrants into Merica!

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  • Richard Lanyon 2 years ago

    40,000 people is nothing! Its why Trumps let Covid run wild thru our country and told us don’t wear masks.

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  • Richard Lanyon 2 years ago

    Tears in Heaven is the song Clapton wrote to get out of paying millions in child support for his daughter he threw off his balcony! FYI!

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  • Gregor Barclay 2 years ago

    “It is early to mid May” is a wonderful line.

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  • E Warren 2 years ago

    I want to know how they pitched that segment to Richard Marx

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  • Spinward Bound 2 years ago

    Richard Marx. You rock Sir.

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  • domilontano 2 years ago

    Decades of arrogance, hubris and racism has brought our country down to constant crisis. It’s getting worse and worse. If I ever get shot, which is more and more likely every day, it will bankrupt me and my entire family.

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  • Victoria 2 years ago

    With my law enforcement dad, air force grandpa and hunter husband, I’ve always lived within 30ft of several firearms. Never used one.

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  • Radicaleyes 2 years ago

    I’m not any advocate for the NRA or being a gun nut, but I am against disarming citizens when government still has the weapons to take away our freedom.

    Ask a Japanese citizen about how their police can simply enter and search private homes without a warrant or any other reason.

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  • Adrian Colley 2 years ago

    Six yellow marks. Someone wants people to stop watching this clip.

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  • smmydvr 2 years ago

    Loving it at 9:00 to 9:12, Clapton’s Law, must have a Strat!!! LOL When Strats are outlawed, only outlaws will have Strats!!

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  • sdfkjgh 2 years ago

    0:47 But we already have marjorie taylor-greene.

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  • Ambria Ashley 2 years ago

    thank you Sam. the time is NOW

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  • Collin Stanton 2 years ago

    The Stratocaster was a lovely touch… now you’re sexy… 💗🌺🎸

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  • sdfkjgh 2 years ago

    9:44 Don’t we all?

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  • Phil Johnson 2 years ago

    Grobin likes his cameos to pop.

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  • Breakup GoogleNow 2 years ago

    Ya can’t “ban all guns”… first off, you can’t get the cat back in the bag, secondly, Heller said there’s an individual right but you can try to put certain limits on it. I don’t see a valid reason to own an AK or AR but arguably after you ban those, someone will either find a loophole or bring a backpack full of pistols. There are 3d printed guns, kit guns etc.

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  • Phil Johnson 2 years ago

    Violence Interruption around the country…. As long as it is in the East. What cowboys don’t like thinking?

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  • JanusAtTheGate 2 years ago

    Get the second amendment OUT of the Constitution.

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  • Marcivicious ! 2 years ago

    What if you were only allowed to own a gun as big as your pean🤣 a lot of people would opted out

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  • Richard Lesage 2 years ago

    Not one politician deserves a job in the USA! NOT ONE!

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  • ThePinkBinks 2 years ago

    We need guns!
    Why?
    _TO PROTECT OUR GUNS!!_

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  • ThePinkBinks 2 years ago

    Actually… When you compare the numbers, you can see why these gun fetishists don’t care about the death toll of a global plague…

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  • Cormac Mc Coy 2 years ago

    This is amazingly done 😀

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  • Gregory Skidmore 2 years ago

    This is not only a knock on the chin to our mad country, but hilarious and expertly created. Samantha Bee is a bad b! Keep it real

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  • Richard Zolla 2 years ago

    My upper right hand corner advertising is for body armor. How apropos.

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  • Pete 2 years ago

    Who else was watching this while cleaning their guns?

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  • Jake Elwood 2 years ago

    “Just do something” is a big problem with the gun control proposals. Nobody wants to describe how any particular new law will make a difference, when all the laws on the books have us in the current situation. Most new laws target lawful owners, not criminals.

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  • Patrick Barry 2 years ago

    Make it illegal to make a profit from manufacture of weapons and ammo.

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  • Chuck Stark 2 years ago

    If an effervescent vivacious attractive intelligent Blonde can’t get my gun, then who else can? Oh yeah right.

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  • George B. Wolffsohn 2 years ago

    Universal registration of all firearms ?

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  • George B. Wolffsohn 2 years ago

    In the early ’70’s we heard “don’t cross the street in the middle, in the middle, in the middle of the block.
    Keep your eyes to look up
    Keep your ears to hear
    (honk, honk)
    Walk up to the corner where the coast is clear.
    And wait.
    And wait.
    Until you see the light turn green.”
    Enough so that at 64 I still remember it.

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  • George B. Wolffsohn 2 years ago

    “I made the puppet sad . . .”
    😭🤣😂😭🤣😂🤣😂😭❗

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  • George B. Wolffsohn 2 years ago

    More funds for mental health treatment ?

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  • George B. Wolffsohn 2 years ago

    I don’t understand why a person would NEED to buy a firearm and walk out of Walmart with it in 20 minutes. That sounds like a potential crime of passion to me

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  • Adrian 2 years ago

    I’m going to do one thing about gun control. Never watch this idiotic show again.

    I can’t understand why seemingly rational people are so eager to give away their own rights. You are far more likely to die of any number of things ahead of gun violence, why aren’t you focused on that? Is this just you playing your part in the culture?

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  • Rachel Gallagher 2 years ago

    Start with mental health ✌♥️ from Montana

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  • SleepingBeautysDead 2 years ago

    But sandy hook didn’t happen (no I don’t think that)

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  • Coffee Mood 2 years ago

    Wow! The minivan looked like an automobile in Kentucky. But it makes sense since Kentucky has 0 safety and emissions inspections.

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  • EdricLysharae 2 years ago

    If they decide to make another Mad Max movie, HIRE THAT MECHANIC!

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  • Patrick Izaghey 2 years ago

    Great as always, Samantha Bee &Co. and the cameo appearance by Richard Marx was terrific! 🤗😁

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  • alan silverman 2 years ago

    How about getting a historian, constitutional scholar, and grammar expert together to dismantle the second amendment argument that is used to justify gun ownership…?

    (I could do it but I don’t have the credentials…)

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  • Shiloh Rose 581 2 years ago

    Good one!

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  • Lee Hannan 2 years ago

    Does FoxNews ever cover the shootings? Or does it just attack the victims?

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  • accurate alloys 2 years ago

    There’s an awful lot of misinformation being pushed here. Go try to buy a gun off of the internet and see what happens. You’ll be at a gun dealer filling out a 4473 form for a background check.
    Stop pushing lies.

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  • Speedmeister KYM 2 years ago

    This is good. Well done Sam 👏

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  • Eric Blair 2 years ago

    The sad irony is, mass shootings are the only thing that the US IS actually number 1 in the world at…

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  • josh miller 2 years ago

    Who is at 1:32?

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  • Robert Depew 2 years ago

    Anyone who takes tragedy of death by any means and tries to tell us her show is comedy is as sick as the killers, which is the real problem right now not being addressed. This country is two steps from a dictatorship and Samantha your uneducated foul mouth rants are helping to do just that. Maybe when your 1st amendment right is taken away by the destruction of the 2nd you are not going to be so glib. I would be more than happy to discuss this topic personally with you if you can in an intelligent manner without the foul language.

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  • Timothy Sanders 2 years ago

    at 19 minutes, the term you’re looking for is GUNFAG

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  • Jovian Francey 2 years ago

    I live in Vancouver Canada, and along with our beautiful mountain views and ridiculous real estate prices, we’re famous for a neighbourhood with the highest rate of poverty, drug addiction and mental health problems in North America.
    Yet I can walk through there without ever fear of getting shot, or feel the need to arm myself to make it through. More guns = more gun deaths, particularly when the problems mentioned above are not addressed.

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  • Funt 2 years ago

    Last time I checked owning a gun is a right, owning a car is a privilege.

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  • K Mc 2 years ago

    It is not rocket science.

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  • K Mc 2 years ago

    The common denominator is guns. Huh what yes guns

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  • sujammaz 2 years ago

    OF COURSE guns are fun, just like cars. full score on that comparison. the solution is also the same for both: restriction to therapeutic use. apply for free tickets to the go-kart-and-paint-ball ranges at your local mental health advisors office and go forth to HAVE FUN!
    also: you totally get the ‘honorary millenial’ title where i’m concerned miss b <3

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  • JoAnne Denison 2 years ago

    all guns should have finger print control where only the owner can operate them, and also GPS tracking where the gun doesn’t work unless it is GPS tracked. all bullets should have chips to check for this. it’s coming and it will prevent a ton of a ton of suicides and deaths.

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  • Javier Anderson 2 years ago

    The only problem is that ‘nothing’ is ‘a thing’, at least according to mathematics.

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  • Julieseven 2 years ago

    The gun situation in the US is so desperate, it makes me wish for a genie in a bottle sometimes .. I’d wish for all firearms to disappear and not come back.

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  • Danl Hendle 2 years ago

    Kiss

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  • mirbramo94 2 years ago

    background checks are racist

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  • tiny99990 2 years ago

    the survivors of gun violence in the beginning “do one thing about guns” segment was probably the most powerful, followed by the loved ones who lost people to gun violence. I was and still am in Gabriel Giffords old district, I remember January 8th 2011, my brother was working at the Safeway where the shooting happened in front of… The Doctor who saved Gabby Giffords actually operated on me the following year… So seeing her hit closest to home, quite literally.

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  • J J 2 years ago

    Require gun insurance

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  • META MUTT 2 years ago

    You forget to mention that it is because of Ralph Nader that we have seat-belt laws. Thank him.

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  • Abraham Ornelas 2 years ago

    I am a convicted felon who respects what firearms acts are meant for. Non violent crime offenders fall in between. In time look for me.

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  • jim dow 2 years ago

    SAM your a good CANADIAN! Help me to get my message out, please. The USPS is the the Greatest Invention as sliced bread. Now we have “POP AND FRESH the PILSBURY DEJOY BOY” dismantling it on AMERICANS DIME!! We don’t want our tax dollars paying and abetting CRIMINAL REPUBIC LAWMAKERS (not all) LOCK HIM UP. the PEOPLE HAVE SPOKEN! Thank you for your support in GUN VIOLENCE

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  • Markus Andrew 2 years ago

    I live in Australia. The USA has about 12 times our population, but about 160 times the rate of firearm-related deaths. Make of that what you will.

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  • Ralph Dratman 2 years ago

    My wife and I are both retired. We were in Covid-inspired lockdown for more than a year. Now it sounds like we have another reason to stay home.

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  • Neeraja Balachander 2 years ago

    Do ONE f*^%ing thing – gotta love it

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  • Neeraja Balachander 2 years ago

    Why does god look Eric Bana’s perv brother who started a cult?

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  • Lance Magmer 2 years ago

    Full Frontal sounds like some one weighed down by Earth’s gracity

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  • gab lem 2 years ago

    Now that is what the kids call a graceful exit

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  • RAWTWT 2 years ago

    Love the show, but gun control will not help, only education. Re-look at basically every large scale shooting, and you will see the firearm was purchased legitimately, and like the school shootings, the guns where stolen by the child from the parents, and I use ‘stolen’ in a broad sense.

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  • Inexplicably Green 2 years ago

    The entire rest of the world sees through the idea that guns are “protection”, an idea that completely disregards all research in the matter. Gun control works, and it works every where it’s been implemented. Japan, Australia, UK, even Canada which has significantly laxer gun control laws than the other 3.

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  • Inexplicably Green 2 years ago

    The NRA are a bunch of flip-floppers, they said “from Charlton Heston’s cold dead hands” and then reversed that policy the second we took it!

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  • Miss Pat Van Driver Lady 2 years ago

    My grandfather and a couple of his brothers were out driving along about the 30’s, and my 16 year old great uncle was killed in a car crash that seriously injured my grandfather and another great uncle. Can almost guarantee they weren’t wearing seatbelts, don’t think they existed…

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  • Glen Conley 2 years ago

    Dang Canadians always goofin’ on guns, eh?…. Take off Samantha. Hoser! 😉

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  • beatdizzy 2 years ago

    What about everytown for gun safety?

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  • dreamervanroom 2 years ago

    I agree AND I still ask, What if nobody but the government has any guns?
    I remember nasty Germany. I remember the police in the United States.
    I remember the Trump’s government made sure that there were hardly any Capital Police on January 6th.
    A line of police (?) in unmarked litght tan uniforms and helmets and batons all the same angle. In a line, they came up over a hill in Griffith Park to remove maybe 50 people, many in high schoo,l playing drums with their palms, putting candles only on safe surfaces, morning the death of Jerry Garcia. I remember this line of police practicing. I escaped immediately not waiting for whatever would happen. This was at 11:00 p.m.
    I am a witness.
    I remember living in San Francisco in 1966 and army tanks going down the street a half a block from where I lived. I assume they were running for Hunters Point to put down the black people who didn’t like being put down. This was to prevent an insurrection.

    Those who support the big lie that Trump won the election are literally saboteurs and treasonists. The Republicans are anti-American. The MEGA are anti-American. They want to establish an authoritative racist government. Their motto is keep the turkeys down. And by turkeys I mean “darkies”. That’s an old word for POC.

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  • dreamervanroom 2 years ago

    Take the guns away from the police. That’s one thing. Educate people about guns. That’s one thing. Than assault weapons for everybody including the police and the domestic military. That’s one thing. Limit the size of a weapons cache. That’s one thing. (If you do it as a corporation not only are you a person but you’re a person for every piece of stock you put out so the corporation can have lots of guns. That’s a hole in the law.) Break up the United States into separate parts call them regions. Not a bad idea we’re too big to govern.
    Cut the military budget in fifths. Understand that we’re not the world leader who enforces policy on the rest of the world, rather we’re all in it together.

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  • Just one Tree 2 years ago

    👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏

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  • V M 2 years ago

    5000 $ a bullet ..

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  • Kimberley Hosmer 2 years ago

    Love this idea: Violence Interrupters
    Brooklyn SAVE OUR STREETS.
    Combine/expand this training/ interventions into schools, community centers, and churches! Teaching basic conflict resolution skills to everyone from childhood on, could work wonders!

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  • Scubacopter 2 years ago

    Not even rightwing here, just bringing in logic: if gun violence increased in 2020, why not look at why people would want more violence or what changed? We’ve had stabilizers, we’ve had guns… we didn’t suddenly double the amount of guns in the country in one year…

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  • jd wii 2 years ago

    A teddy ruxbin programmed to say the n word? Wasn’t that our LAST president?

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  • Doug Clem 2 years ago

    Charlton Hesston was a great civil rights participant in the sixties. Cut him some slack, go after La Pierre, republicans, the real danger. I have guns, we have animals out here in the country. I shoot at the range, haven’t shot any animals, and I’m 70. I like the mechanics of fire arms, the science. I also like airplanes and rockets. Have my gun license, training is important. Background check because I hauled explosives, and gasoline, and it says so on my cdl. The gun in the constitution is what a .410 shot gun is today. A single shot .410 or .220 is legal. Anything else requires a look at you.

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  • Richard Caldwell 2 years ago

    Restrict the “right” to own a gun to guns with a single bullet that take significant time to reload. Anything more lethal should require significant licensing

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  • Another One 2 years ago

    21:20 he got nice legs tho
    I would love to have swords

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  • Maria G. 2 years ago

    Any background check that can be done from a guy’s phone at a gun show isn’t worth the data. There are a lot of factors that make a person unsuitable for gun ownership. Let’s start with insisting on a full month of training and safety instruction, during which time a thorough background check and psychological fitness assessment can be done. School bullies that still have the same issues? Any history of hurting animals, children or anyone for fun? Beat up a woman they had a close relationship with (partner or person they think should be their partner, mom, daughter, sister, etc)? No guns ever. Also a cooling off period — a couple of weeks between putting the down payment on a gun and taking it home. This would prevent almost all the mass shootings. Red flag laws would prevent a lot of suicides. Accidents — actual safe gun storage laws enforced. The suburban gun is more likely to shoot a family member than anyone else. It’s not as complex a problem as some want us to believe. It’s scared politicians refusing to do basic things the considerable majority want done. I just don’t know what they’re scared of

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  • Athanos Kerensky 2 years ago

    Lol, you should just stay on your couch and keep crying.

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  • brian231 2 years ago

    I’m surprised the NRA hasn’t petitioned for a “take a gun to school day” yet.

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  • Warwick Harcourt-Smith 2 years ago

    Maybe the thing to do is to surreptitiously start cornering the market on ammunition ingredients. No ammo, guns have no power.

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  • Stephen Dee 2 years ago

    1 thing: eliminate the US second amendment

    This will turn gun rights into a state’s rights issue. This is what happened with alcohol laws after prohibition ended. Then everyone can have the freedom to decide which state they want to live in based on the gun laws.

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  • Andy White 2 years ago

    If you need gun to be safe, why are there so many gun deaths?

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  • oaktree_ 2 years ago

    I love this. I’m Canadian and my partner owns several guns – all of which are legal and registered, and all of which he has a licence to own (which he had to have an RCMP background check to get). They’re kept in a locked safe, with the ammunition in a separate locked safe elsewhere in our home. They’re used solely for target practice at a range, and every five years or so for (non-trophy) hunting. He needs permission from the government to transport the guns from one location to another if it’s not just between our home and the range. All of this is the legal bare minimum of safety restrictions, which are mandated on the federal level. We still have problems with gun violence in Canada, but nothing like in the US – and the guns involved are almost always either illegally imported from the US, or they’re stolen from the legal owner and resold. I wouldn’t want any fewer restrictions than we have here in Canada, and honestly I wouldn’t mind more. The only problem with our gun laws is that sometimes they’re written by people who don’t know enough about firearms and therefore there are occasional issues with things like paintball guns being accidentally outlawed, which is a minor price to pay in my opinion.

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  • Workingto Seethelight 2 years ago

    Way to genius my lady Sam… Blessings and laughs to all those concerned!!!

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  • Wally Hamdan 2 years ago

    I support recreational guns, but No one needs military guns. The NRA should be banned from donating (Bribing) to the GOP’s supporters because it is all about the $$$$$$$$$.

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  • Michael Engels 2 years ago

    As a Canadian, Samantha also brings a Canadian perspective… 😉

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  • UrGreatestEnemy 2 years ago

    By the way gun sales are going this year people are doing one thing about gun control that thing is buying a gun too protect themselves from all the other people that are buying guns.

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  • Ben Smith 2 years ago

    Take all the guns! We don’t need them

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  • Da Lnpster 2 years ago

    What is the point of spending millions of dollars on further gun violence studies. Haven’t there been enough studies across the globe. Perpetuating additional studies is akin to having a meeting to decide when the next meeting is to be held.
    How about spending the millions on f*cking doing something productive.

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  • Edward Angelus 2 years ago

    sick of actors at home moaning about anything and everything.

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  • widgewunner 2 years ago

    Nice Strat! +1

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  • Alexandra W. 2 years ago

    Gotta love her Fox News counterpart.
    You are a woman wonder, Samantha Bee 💜

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  • MLU8811 2 years ago

    1) I strongly object to the notion that the lack of a safety law is a problem. There are many cases where you wouldn’t want one, and other cases where it’s not possible. What’s really important for that bullet point is that the person holding the gun should be familiar with the four fundamental rules of gun safety. Whenever I introduce someone to guns, I make them repeat all four rules back to me before they ever touch a loaded weapon.
    2) This was extremely one-sided and felt like it was meant to enrage more than teach or provide well-researched arguments.
    3) Most gun owners that I know are very responsible *AND* support common sense gun control laws. I personally support mandatory gun safety /and/ concealed carry courses before ever being allowed to own one.

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  • Kristi Block 2 years ago

    This is scathing, true, and somehow super funny. Thanks Sam!

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  • Jin 2 years ago

    Driving a car is one of the most dangerous activity a person can do.

    And Wisconsin is considering getting rid of driving test for new drivers. Smmfh

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  • barry macochener 2 years ago

    ” I’ll Take Swords , For $400 ” …. what is a sabre ???

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  • y0utube5uxx 2 years ago

    3:57 LOL!!!!!!!!!

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  • mountaindew9 2 years ago

    just some engagement (:

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  • Victor Sharman 2 years ago

    Regulate the ammunition sales… and the gunpowder, primer, rim, casings, bullets plus the equipment that
    makes them into a round. Expensive penalties for everyone who doesn’t follow the regulations.

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  • Demmrir 2 years ago

    Before anyone comments that there is no specific “gun show loophole”, that’s true! But there is a loophole where I personally can sell my guns to a paranoid schizophrenic convicted felon and face zero consequences so long as he doesn’t volunteer that information because I’m a private citizen in a state that allows private firearm sales, and gun shows are the easiest place to do that. If you don’t have an FFL and your state doesn’t explicitly ban private sales of particular firearms, there are effectively no rules about who you can transfer your guns to. I could sell them to Al Qaeda terrorists and it’s all cool, so long as they don’t tell me they’re terrorists up front. AMERICA!!

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  • Frank Semonious 2 years ago

    What if instead of getting rid of guns, we worked on there being less people who are so desperate that shoot people, rob people, hurt people, steal things. etc? Happy people don’t do those things, that’s why it wasn’t happening in the past. In the fifties most people were happy and shootings were rare. Now no one is happy and,,,

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  • Frank Semonious 2 years ago

    Wonder how long before someone throws a lit Molotov cocktail into a crowded room. Way cheaper than a gun and available on most street corners.

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  • Church of Organic Life 2 years ago

    Ban all guns except musket loading long rifles. Then sell faulty gun powder.

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  • Jack Bell 2 years ago

    Idealistic sure, really naïve. F**k if I’m going to be first one to give up my gun. I was on the 55 in CA yesterday when some “waste of oxygen” shot and killed a six-year old boy on his way to school. It’s not guns, it’s the devolution of man and Comedy Central ain’t gonna’ help that.

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  • Frank Semonious 2 years ago

    We wouldn’t need all that safety stuff on cars if people were required to learn how to drive before operating one.

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  • Frank Semonious 2 years ago

    I love Samantha Bee and agree with her about 60% of the time.

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  • classchair 2 years ago

    That’s to Sam Bee, I had the privilege of seeing the least cool man alive. I also had the privilege of seeing the sexiest, most chill man alive.

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  • DE J 2 years ago

    How cool am I for recognizing that sword?

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  • Elissa Weizman 2 years ago

    As usual, fantastic work. Now, how can we get this into the public sphere?

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  • Joe Pantoliano 2 years ago

    I have 10 BTC to sale

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  • Joe Pantoliano 2 years ago

    I’m running out of money.

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  • Onyx Lee 2 years ago

    Seatbelt is a conspiracy that the government tries to control you. You can check the constitution and see if it forces you to fasten your seatbelts. So they are taking your rights away to die freely in a car accident. Fight for your right, FOX News audiences!

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  • Onyx Lee 2 years ago

    This video deserves 5 million views in the first 3 days. (It would happen if it was posted on John Oliver’s channel.)

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  • Kenzie T 2 years ago

    Remington led the fear monger charge with ads of cute bears shooting other cute bears. At a similar time Eisenhower said his concerns of the Military Industrial Complex. Gun control can’t occur because of the relationships with government and the MIC. I think you called them the “gun lobby.” It’s like so much more than that.

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  • Stoodmuffin Personal 2 years ago

    I prefer this method of political actions, especially to our representatives

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  • Marty Berry 2 years ago

    This was very insightful!

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  • Max Lemieux 2 years ago

    Sad to see Canada with the second largest number of guns per capita 🙁

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  • lizzfrmhon 2 years ago

    Angry moms in red T-shirts. GO!!!!

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  • Henrik Nielsen 2 years ago

    Mass shootings isn’t what we have grown up with, they changed the criteria for what a mass shooting is

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  • Peter Leadley 2 years ago

    We Europeans look at you Americans and think ….’you always get the society you deserve’. Moms Demand Action can be effective because they are VOTERS. No matter how much money the NRA puts into a political party, it cannot vote. As long as votes make legislators, you have hope, so fight any measures to restrict voting.

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  • Henrik Nielsen 2 years ago

    Culture is the problem, not the amount of legal guns among the population..
    I live in a gun free country yet gun crimes are more and more normal here, also unsolved murders

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  • Keith Robicheux 2 years ago

    The Japanese also don’t have an army because of the end of WW2. We don’t do stuff based on what Japan does

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  • Michael Andersen 2 years ago

    First, you have to overcome mind control. Good luck with that.

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  • Dave Haggerty 2 years ago

    Repeal the 2nd amendment! It would not stop shootings or gun ownership but then it would be legally controlled.

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  • True Seeker 2 years ago

    When you say the gun lobbyist you mean citizens rights. We already have background checks. Gun control is based in racism. I feel safe, but I have a gun

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  • Randy Simpson 2 years ago

    Shootings? Murders is the correct word!

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  • Alex McGregor 2 years ago

    Good luck. By the way lots of people on the left like guns too, and all the gun violence takes place in ‘gun free’ zones.

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  • Antaeus663 2 years ago

    Another propoganda-parrot comedian hot-take. So edgy and brave how she nags the audience about all her opinions that just happen to always fall in like with elite establishment democrats 100% of the time.

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  • shawn workman 2 years ago

    Where are all the gun touting heroes when all these mass shooting take place. 🤔 I’m sorry but you’re want to carry a gun is less important than actual lives.

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  • Bill Fletcher 2 years ago

    Samantha, I have a question for you as a long time follower of your show. Why is it that God is always pictured as an old white man? If God is all powerful, why would he choose to be an old white man?

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  • THE PROFESSIONAL PRIMATE! 2 years ago

    Maybe Samantha, needs a Grammar Lesson, “SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED!” is too difficult a sentence for them to understand!

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  • Crusty Cobs 2 years ago

    Make bullets cost a thousand bucks apiece. A comedian recommended this, and it makes sense
    That would cut down on gun violence for sure- Otherwise, have to make a fair and just society….

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  • Allen De Rico 2 years ago

    As long as the manufacturers assembly lines keep spitting them out every day we’re not going to get very far.

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  • ShootEveryDay 2 years ago

    Progressive gun owner here. You think banning guns will make our gun violence like that of Japan or the UK? Try banning guns like say- our neighbor Mexico- which has very restrictive gun laws. Studying guns? Sure. Waiting period? Sure – most people end up waiting a week or two because most people buy online prior to have it shipped to the local FFL. But that only will affect people who care about laws. Trying to ban guns is a hill we can’t afford to die on. The GQP has used this type of gun banning to capture moderate gun owners which is a large population. Drop the banning guns line- it’s not a hill worth dying on. Because you’ll never actually ban them. Guns aren’t killing people because they’re missing the equivalent of seat belts either. That’s not how mass shootings are happening l.

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  • Clive Mortimore 2 years ago

    As a Brit I cannot understand the need for people to have guns. I know the second amendment was so militias could be formed should the then newly created USA was invaded. Well last time I caught up with Queen Liz number 2 and we chatted about her dominion lands in the new world she assured me that there are not thousands of red coats waiting in Canada for her orders to get back her lands.

    Remember the only way to stop a bad man with a gun is not letting him have one to start with.
    Everyone has the potential to be the bad guy.

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  • Aljoscha Long 2 years ago

    Other countries don’t have this gun thing. So their crime rates, especially homicide, are soooo much higher, because people can’t defend themselves. Not.

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  • roberta clark 2 years ago

    Genius!

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  • Justin Goldberg 2 years ago

    It’s tough being on both sides of this issue. I’m very, very pro-2A and I hate a lot of the gun control laws in cities because I think they’re poorly conceived. I also dislike the term “gun violence” because I think the gun issue is a kind of co-morbidity to what I believe is the real issue: Violence and its roots in upbringing and developmental trauma, that is so common in American families.

    At the same time, our gun laws make it worse. We can’t even agree on the most basic common sense regulations for a deadly weapon. Expanded background checks, moderate waiting periods, training and licensing requirements, and banning fully-automatic weapons. Pretty much everything beyond those is a pointless infringement on citizens’ rights, IMO.

    The car analogy was a poor one but it was funny 😄.

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  • Cody Obropta 2 years ago

    Consider swords.

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  • Maui Me 2 years ago

    12 Mass shooting last weekend! 12!!! We need to go back on lockdown to stop shootings.

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  • tersse b 2 years ago

    British towns and small areas, have been fighting for centuries, we found the way to stop ppl killing each other, is to have an annual competition, like chacing a cheese down a hill, or physically fighting for a ball of some sort, from one end of town to the other, maybe America could adopt practices like these. 🙂 it worked in england for over 1000 years. 🙂

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  • Kevin Lorick 2 years ago

    I am not right wing and I like guns. The problem is that anti-gun supporters are like anti-abortion people, often fanatics who have no intention of making any reasonable compromises.

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  • FRANMCOB (Fran Del Santo) 2 years ago

    So well written

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  • Robert Maxwell 2 years ago

    Ban the ability to sell bullets.

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  • Farshad's Open Letters - Zoroastrians 2 years ago

    #OnlyPhDsforelectedoffice

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  • Jane Doe 2 years ago

    Maybe we need to transport the gun violence to the small cities and rural areas across the country. If those Americans want to continue voting for republicans and caring more about the rights of gun owners and the freedom of gun owners vs the rights and freedom of everyone else, they should at least have to live w/the gun fire on the highways, in their grocery stores, their bars, their churches, schools, businesses, stray bullets into their homes, homicides every day, etc. Perhaps if they had to live among all the crime and murders, maybe they’d begin to see the reason why we need better gun laws and fewer guns in circulation.

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  • Joy Marcus 2 years ago

    Great episode Sam and team!

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  • Dennis Rankin 2 years ago

    Texas is on top of it. They’re loosening restrictions. Bright eh? Is the OK Corral in Texas?

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  • Max Doubt 2 years ago

    There are other countries who have a similar rate of gun ownership but have way fewer instances of gun violence. Why? Religion!

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  • 25daysAmonth 2 years ago

    KG? JB? TENACIOUS D!❤️

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  • Ged Mac 2 years ago

    ‘There go the people. I must follow them, for I am their leader’. (Alexandre Auguste Ledru-Rollin). Our leaders are no longer leading, they are following.

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  • Vida-Marie Adams 2 years ago

    This is where your puppet budget went 😂

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  • Gater Nisbet 2 years ago

    ARM EVERYONE. BOOM ONE THING DONE

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  • Richard D 2 years ago

    Awesome cameo by Richard Marx

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  • Brian Brewster 2 years ago

    The majority of street violence in America isn’t domestic nor school shootings. It’s drug related. Turf wars over who get to seize and hold control over a particular territory in the city. This will never end until all the guns are removed from our society – INCLUDING THE POLICE. Good luck amending our constitution to change this, though.

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  • TiberiumAusten 2 years ago

    If only there was a vaccine for gun ownership.

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  • Jordan Gladden 2 years ago

    I’m not sure why she thinks that background checks aren’t required at gun shows. She must have relied on an intern for that research. You can always buy a gun illegally out of someone’s trunk but that isn’t a gun show. These errors hurt the good arguments of her case.

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  • Albe 2 years ago

    South Carolina just added the firing squad to the list of ways the state may execute a prisoner. Mississippi, Oklahoma and Utah already allow it. If you want to take some of the glamour out of guns, televise the executions. Have the cameras zoom in on the front, back and side of the one being executed. As a Vietnam era veteran, and afterwards a first responder in fire and rescue, you see enough living human beings torn to shreds by bullets, it’s not glamorous.

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  • Betta Blue 2 years ago

    You must have forgotten about the sword wielding student at GA Tech, 2007?

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  • Amy Susan MacLaughlin 2 years ago

    I’m so grateful you’re doing this Samantha. I’m an American living in Germany where the gun laws are strict, sensible and outrageously effective as in other European countries. This subject pains me so. No one here can wrap their heads around the gun sitch at home. Overall it’ll probably come to……. if you are hungry, homeless, bankrupt…. turn in your gun for money. Maybe you’ll survive?

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  • Duncan I 2 years ago

    Wow that Fox news version of you is scary Bee! Not to mention the amount of hairspray used!

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  • Hosermandeus L 2 years ago

    “Do One Thing”…
    I don’t own a gun, simply because I’m the kinda guy who would use it, hence I do not own a gun. That confession out of the way, the 2nd Amendment is the most distorted & twisted Amendment in our Constitution – ya’ll might try reading it sometime – the Constitution & Bill o’ Whites, er, Rights that is.
    The 2nd Amendment is intended for local, private militias to be armed, trained & maintained to put a check on the Federal government (as if we have anything to fear from them beyond taking away women’s rights, subjugated non-whites, & generally pi$$ing off most of the planet).
    The REAL problem is Americans. Yea, I said it. In my neck o’ the woods, more money is poured into harassing the homeless than enforcing existing gun laws.
    That’s right police/courts, it’s YOUR job to enforce these EXISTING laws. But I can see why they don’t – if they do, than they have a high probability of being shot by some hairy-knuckle-draggin’-slope-headed-goober who’s “defendin’ his Constitutional Rights”…

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  • Ron Siewert 2 years ago

    No need for another study. The problem is allowing people to have guns. There, no need for a study. Just do it.

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  • Rick Conner 2 years ago

    She does comedy? I haven’t seen anything she has done so far that is worthy of a chuckle.

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  • Keith Perrenoud 2 years ago

    It’s funny how you keep comparing gun rights to the rights of driving a car. So sense the death rate of people who died in car accidents is double the amount of people who are killed from guns then maybe we should start banning cars.

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  • Orion Red 2 years ago

    At least add the training requirements. Then make it a thing to ticket people for violating safety laws.

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  • Orion Red 2 years ago

    The GOOD Wendy’s. Geez, who writes this stuff? That was like a jab out of nowhere.

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  • Barry Pettit 2 years ago

    1,000% Tax on Ammo.

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  • Barry Pettit 2 years ago

    Cops oppose Red Flag disarms cops.

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  • Chelsey Fifer 2 years ago

    Wish I could l like this twice

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  • Sage Mode 2 years ago

    Watching this today and there was a mass shooting in San Jose and looks like 8 people were killed. Second Amendment is outdated and the only people that benefit are the companies making guns.

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  • MayneEvent Gamer 2 years ago

    Not one single fact presented. Sam is just here to twist things so gullible sheeple will cry foul to convince Congress to do….something, even if it infringes on law abiding citizens rights.

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  • Debra M 2 years ago

    This aired 6 days ago – in those 6 days how many more shootings has the US had? Yesterday or today (I’ve lost count) 6 people dead in San Jose, and I read today about a 3-year-old shooting his 2-year-old sister in Tampa. The more we hear about these events, the more numb we become – this terrifies me.

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  • Jerry Lynch 2 years ago

    I am as liberal as anyone, but talking about guns ONLY as human killing machines is counterproductive to those of us who hunt. This message needs to be changed in order to keep right wingers who hunt from thinking we want to take away their sporting guns.

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  • Rex Positor 2 years ago

    Repeal the second amendment.

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  • Faust Brown 2 years ago

    I’m engaging with this content. Thank you for the great video.

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  • ybor20 2 years ago

    Meanwhile it is much safer for Americans to be in Vietnam than to be at home…

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  • Stephen Lang 2 years ago

    Here is the easiest way to get gun control in a hurry. I didn’t think of this, but it would work. Create a program, public or private, that gives away guns to low income minorities. You would never see afraid old white politicians do anything as fast as they would enact gun control after this started happening. Just looked at what happened in the 1960’s in California when the Black Panthers showed up at the state house with rifles.

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  • Rick Stevens 2 years ago

    Sam know dems are doomed because they won’t do one thing for the people of this country…people see through Democratic lip service….. btw 8 innocent people killed today in San Jose …

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  • Daniel 2 years ago

    Police shouldn’t have weapons

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  • Demigod1 01 2 years ago

    Canada is second among gun ownership? We need tighter border measures/control 😒

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  • Ugunna Ehtdat 2 years ago

    Please study the demographic most effected by gun violence so the left can then pretend there isn’t a gun problem.

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  • Darren Benson 2 years ago

    Well, I don’t think nothing will ever change.

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  • Albert Wedworth 2 years ago

    Thank you.

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  • Ancient Mysteries & Modern Innovations 2 years ago

    Hopefully criminals will follow the law

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  • Ancient Mysteries & Modern Innovations 2 years ago

    States with fewer guns and strict gun laws have fewer gun-related murders, like cali and Colorado, right

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  • Neil Stephenson 2 years ago

    Richard Marx is the arbiter of Cool.

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  • Mark T. 2 years ago

    The best country in the world! Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

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  • michael shanahan 2 years ago

    I believe in gun control. Us Trump voters with guns who obey the law are in control. Deport all illegals and libtards.

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  • michael shanahan 2 years ago

    I believe in gun control. Its my gun and I control it.

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  • Vanessa Camargo 2 years ago

    Shall not be infringed.

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  • Mark Lawson 2 years ago

    One thing about guns… it’s not about guns, rather respect for life. Used to be able to get any gun through the mail and so much less killing. Violence is cultural, stop bombing, stop military sales, defund the army, the police. Respecting life is not banning people, rather education that there is no afterlife….this is it folks. Schwarzkopf said he never killed anyone in the middle east, just moved them to meet their maker. Wrong. Wilson

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  • Staghorn The Druid 2 years ago

    ok the safetybelt fashion is hot fire tho…

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  • Ron Jochum 2 years ago

    This is just a biased opinion and not based on total facts. Chicago and New York have the toughest gun laws but still have the most killings and shootings. Better results by educating others on what to look for in others. Look at all this “gangsta rap” garbage where these rappers talk about killing and the content is presented in anger and glorifying killing others. Most guns are “Black Market” on the streets. Why not target those people? Going after the honest citizens remind me of how the Socialists took over a country and one of the things was to take away their self protection. Be smart and use a little common sense. Look at the facts.

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  • bhig3 2 years ago

    Any firearms ban should also include law enforcement.

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  • Saoirse Donnelly 2 years ago

    My cousin is a teacher at the school that had the most recent school mass shooting in CA. He barricaded the door with his students. He insists he’s fine but his students were in therapy.

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  • Rod Anderson 2 years ago

    I’m a WHITE 76 year old male Army veteran raised in the “South” and living in Texas. I LOVE THE PINK GUN IDEA — where ALL guns have to be completely PINK. If police see ANY gun (including police guns) that is NOT completely pink, they must confiscate it immediately. NO RETURNS. All such guns must be rendered inoperable within a week and destroyed within a month. Also — it should be illegal to sell ANY gun that is not pink, even if it is used for display purposes (in museums?) only or is a “toy gun” of any type. I OWN SEVERAL GUNS and use them in shooting competitions. I would be 1st in line to have my guns given a pink coating made of some appropriate substance. OWNING GUNS SHOULD NOT BE CONSIDERED “COOL”. I think this idea might help change the current “macho” image of gun ownership 🤔👍👍

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  • Viktor Pavlovich Nogin 2 years ago

    I wonder how many empirical studies were cited in this video.

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  • edith bunker 2 years ago

    I think, for the first time, I’ve become a Richard Marx fan, lol.

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  • jon collings 2 years ago

    Here in the UK we have had only one incident in the past 10 years where more than one person was killed in a shooting .

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  • Ida Coetzee 2 years ago

    One thing that can be done is for congress to enforce the second amendment- ie a “Well regulated militia” – regulate away law makers!

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  • eric mayle 2 years ago

    If the NRA had theme music: All we need is guns, da da da da da, All we need is guns, guns. Guns are all we need.

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  • Allan Koivu 2 years ago

    The bigger the gun the smaller the……

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  • SnowTiger45 2 years ago

    You should have kept the van. You could have legally used it to mow down peaceful demonstrators, now in a couple States !
    Now you can mow them down and not get prosecuted for it. Welcome to the US of A. It’s a Nut House.

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  • Michael Lee 2 years ago

    Our wonderful Texas republicans are passing a bill making carrying handguns without a permit legal here. Oh and they passed bills making it perfectly legal for anyone to carry a sword in public and few years ago. lol

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  • Colin White 2 years ago

    Absolutely brilliant and watched by how many lawmakers? Good guys keep shouting

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  • Alex Fischer 2 years ago

    “Do ONE thing about gun control.” But that’s actually not true. ONE thing might be a universal background check, or making it harder to buy a silencer, or literally anything else. What your country needs is real action. Once you get to the point where you treat guns to be as dangerous as cars – everyone needs a licence and every single one is clearly registered and traceable – you might start to see some change. But ONE thing? Don’t applaud your politicians for that.

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  • Butt Hurtz 2 years ago

    Black powder rifles only. That’s what they had when the constitution was drawn up. That’s the guns the founding fathers were talking about.

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  • susan sellars 2 years ago

    Because of the Republican Party!

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  • Everett Davis 2 years ago

    Can I ask… why the heck did Fox name the show “Gutfeld?”

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  • Dic Flair 2 years ago

    Hey if you cant make it in comedy just sell yourself to a political party. They’ll keep you around as one of their “funny” and “hip” means of conncecting with the young people.

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  • Kevin Shepard 2 years ago

    Is it odd that EVERY time the Democrats are in charge or have an anti-gun bill they want passed……. The Shootings start ? Just a Coincidence, I DON’T THINK SO !

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  • Farmer Dave 2 years ago

    Extreme square shoulders ! **LOL**

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  • Enterprise1701J 2 years ago

    The “hellscape”…I mean, the US is mired with some unique corruption, but you guys are uniquely placed to end it…

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  • Enterprise1701J 2 years ago

    The suit and investigation against the NRA is the first thing the US needs to do for gun control. The US needs to utterly shatter the NRA lobby, *replace it with a new sane association*, then implement the most popular and sensible regulations.

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  • Buddy Cooper 2 years ago

    Sam does a great job.

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  • Last Gasp Productions 2 years ago

    I’m old enough to remember when the 2nd was considered obsolete. Gun manufacturers were losing money. Teamed up with NRA. Good old American advertising. And there you have it.

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  • outbacktrek 2 years ago

    oneThing… start with ammoControl (Y) trace the users rightNow !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • Blaire Sovereign 2 years ago

    The reason nothing gets done about this is because too many gun owners in America do not view gun violence as a problem that needs to be fixed. They view it as just a biproduct of normalcy, a thing that happens, the price we all have to pay for their specific, f-cked up interpretation of their favorite amendment. If you try to do anything they falsely accuse you of wanting to ban all guns.

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  • favabeans22 2 years ago

    Seeing the horrible aftermath and sheltering in place during the Boulder Colorado massacre since I go to that store has been more than eye opening. I have always been pro gun reform, but never thought it would happen to the grocery store I went to. It is still closed and I have only been able to go to the memorial one time to pay my respects for my fallen neighbors. I just honestly don’t know what will change. They always argue that a good guy with a gun will stop a bad guy with one. Well, Colorado is an open carry state – and not a single civilian stopped the gunman, and he actually killed one of the first responders/officers. We need to do SOMETHING.

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  • Kabuki Jo 2 years ago

    This is peak commedy …..

    not

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  • Mauricio Villegas 2 years ago

    Greeting from Costa Rica and like everybody else in the World, we don’t understand why USA can’t solve this problem…

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  • Gerry Adams 2 years ago

    All guns must be made hot pink.

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  • Ghost Most 2 years ago

    Why do you hate Asian’s?

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  • Charles Bronson 2 years ago

    I am a Texan and no, not a Republican. I own guns. More than i should and definitely don’t need an AR style rifle. I’m responsible and know i wont ever go crazy. I would happily give up most of my guns if it meant some real regulation. I would still want to have my handgun for home defense. But we definitely need waiting periods and to remove gun show loop holes. But here is the problem. People mostly Republican politicians make a lot of money selling a product promoted by fear. Real or imagined fear. The lobbyists will do what it takes to keep selling ammo and guns and accessories to fragile white privileged republicans. I got a few guns because i liked going to the range and shooting. But i don’t care much to do it anymore. So really only want one or two. A rifle for the range or hunting and a handgun for home defense. But if they made a federal and state law to limit them I would not be opposed. There are a lot of untrained, fragile people who buy guns because they think its the old west and it will protect them from everything

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  • pw10a2sal 2 years ago

    I love your new phones. Who made those ? LOL

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  • Richard Marty 2 years ago

    My guns are for shooting pigs, bears, and delicious doves /pigeons. People no. Shooting People is bad.

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  • C ER 2 years ago

    I really enjoy being lectured by elites who live in gated communities about what they want to do with my personal property, particularly those who have no understanding of firearms or their capabilities. EatMyEntireAss.

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  • Bean Nathrach 2 years ago

    There is one effective action: tell incumbents you won’t vote for them without new laws and then don’t vote for them. No credit for voting but not passing. No credit for passing unrelated laws. No credit for thoughts and prayers. No credit for speeches. New gun control laws or take a hike. Be a single issue voter. It won’t take more than two one term legislators before we get laws that work.

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