In the wake of the Las Vegas mass murder, President Trump is saying that “we’ll be talking about gun laws as time goes by.”

For all you fellow Second Amendment fans out there, I don’t think this signals anything to panic about.

I’m sure we will “be talking about gun laws as time goes by.” We are constantly talking about gun laws. Talk, talk, talk, talk, talk!

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News for liberal weenies who demand this talk: WE ALREADY HAVE A TON OF GUN LAWS!!!! And nutjobs are going to violate those laws to do what nutjobs do. There are no new laws that can be written to change anything. Nutjobs are still going to violate laws!

Nutjob Paddock violated many laws to gain his fifteen minutes of fame, especially The National Firearms Act of 1934 and the Gun Control Act of 1968. Had there been a National Firearms Act of 2017, completely banning all firearms of any kind, he would have ignored that one too.

More gun laws, especially the liberal wet dream of banning all firearms is as logical as banning all automobiles because 37,000 people die in automobile accidents annually. By the way, more people die in auto accidents every year than from being killed by guns, including suicides, which account for most gun deaths.

From The Washington Times

President Trump said Tuesday that his administration will weigh new gun laws in the wake of the Las Vegas massacre, as he praised police for the “miracle” of their quick response to the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history.

“We have a tragedy,” Mr. Trump told reporters at the White House. “We’ll be talking about gun laws as time goes by.”

Asked about legislation on gun silencers, Mr. Trump replied, “We’ll talk about that later.”

Mr. Trump has consistently spoken out for Second Amendment rights as a candidate.

The president emphasized “the incredible job” done by Las Vegas police in the attack by a lone gunman that claimed at least 59 lives at an outdoor concert.

“How quickly the police department was able to get in was really very much of a miracle,” Mr. Trump said. “They’ve done an amazing job.”

He called the gunman, 64-year-old Stephen Paddock, “a sick man, a demented man.” Paddock killed himself in his hotel room as police closed in.

He had “a lot of problems, I guess,” Mr. Trump said. “We’re looking into him very, very seriously. But we’re dealing with a very very sick individual.”

Mr. Trump will visit Las Vegas on Wednesday to meet with families of victims, first responders and police.