You’re not alone, Trevor.
The rest of the world has watched on as America reacts to more deadly mass shootings with the usual rhetoric.
Thoughts, prayers, condolences, outrage, but, ultimately, yet more inaction where it really matters.
The shooter in Dayton, Ohio, who took nine lives over the weekend, spent a great deal of his life talking about murder and rape, yet there was nothing to stop him legally purchasing an assault-style rifle.
In fact, it’s often harder to purchase products like Sudafed, fireworks and health insurance than it is to snap up a lethal weapon.
For a graphic illustration of America’s problem, you may have seen this tweet doing the rounds
Whilst it does require additional context (more here), it really does drive home the point.
In a segment from his show on Monday night, Trevor Noah grappled with how to process the El Paso and Dayton tragedies, and why America seems so reluctant to tackle this issue head-on:
Too long didn’t watch?
One American party is indebted to the NRA, and they’ve campaigned so hard on the Second Amendment rights that they’re too far gone to walk anything back.
If you have a little extra time, you can watch Seth Myers run through the usual political responses below:
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