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Rep. Pete Sessions: America's rampant gun violence due to American promotion of 'diversity'

3.9.15

Rep. Pete Sessions: America's rampant gun violence due to American promotion of 'diversity': [dailykos.com] On the Chris Salcedo Show last week, the radio host asked Rep. Pete Sessions (R-TX) to weigh in on the horrific shooting on live TV of two journalists in Virginia. After acknowledging that widespread gun violence is a daily occurrence in the United States, Sessions zeroed in on what he viewed as the real cause.

“It has a lot to do with distrust of people. Chris, I have been in lots of societies, we could say like Japan, where they have a homogeneous society, where people are more alike,” Sessions said. He went on to discuss “this thought process that we have to have diversity in America.”


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