Shooting Survivor Calls for Gun Control on Fox News

A shooting survivor made a passionate plea for gun control during a live segment on Fox News. The woman, who survived the Highland Park Fourth of July parade shooting with her son, was in Nashville on vacation when she saw the news that another mass shooting had taken place. She couldn't believe it.

"How is this still happening?" she asked the host of the show. "We need to do something about this."

The host tried to steer the conversation back to the topic at hand, but the survivor wasn't having it. She continued to make her case for stricter gun laws and background checks.

"I don't want anyone else to have to go through what I went through," she said. "It's time for us to take action."

The woman's emotional appeal struck a chord with viewers watching at home, many of whom took to social media to voice their support.

This is not the first time that survivors of gun violence have spoken out in favor of tighter restrictions on firearms. In fact, there has been a growing movement in recent years advocating for common-sense reforms like universal background checks and assault weapons bans.

Despite these efforts, however, progress has been slow going due largely to opposition from powerful lobbying groups like the National Rifle Association (NRA).

But as more and more people are affected by gun violence - whether directly or indirectly - it seems likely that public pressure will continue to mount until change is finally achieved.

As one survivor put it: "Enough is enough."