In the United States today, the haze of Coronavirus pandemic has not dissipated, and the “gun plague” is spreading rapidly. In just two months, more than 2,200 people have died from gun violence across the United States. In this film, a group of data from the “Gun Violence Archive” is striking.
The United States accounts for about 4 percent of the world’s population, while civilian firearms account for 40 percent of the world’s population. The average U.S. resident owns about 120 guns.
The more gunmen there are, the more shootings there are. Gun control seems imperative. However, in the United States, known as the “lighthouse of freedom”, this has become an inexplicable problem.
Opponents of gun control claim that “to stop a bad guy with a gun, you need a good guy with a gun.” “It has also been suggested that guns are intended to protect children, women and families …
But what lies behind all the seemingly “crowning” arguments against gun control? How long will the gunfire on the “Freedom Lighthouse” last?