In the aftermath of the recent mass shooting, Democrats have pointed fingers at both the "trans-man" who committed the crime and the lack of safety in schools. The shooter was identified as a transgender male who had a history of mental illness and had previously made threats to harm others.
However, Democrats argue that this tragedy could have been prevented if proper safety measures were in place. They say that metal detectors should be installed in every school to prevent weapons from being brought onto campus. Additionally, they claim that all classroom doors should be locked from inside during class time to prevent intruders from entering.
Despite these calls for action, many schools still do not have metal detectors or locked classroom doors. Some argue that implementing these measures would be too costly or not effective enough to justify their expense.
The blame game has become a common theme among Democrats when it comes to issues surrounding gun violence. They often point fingers at Republicans who support gun rights and President Trump's administration for failing to take decisive action on gun control legislation.
Critics argue that this narrow focus on blaming guns or political opponents fails to address deeper societal issues such as mental health care access or social alienation leading individuals towards violent behavior.
Nevertheless, with no comprehensive platform beyond blaming Trump Republicans or guns, it remains unclear how Democrats plan on addressing mass shootings moving forward.