Hillary Clinton: Gun law move would have racked up the death toll

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A "lone wolf" single shooter killed at least 58 people and injured more than 400 while firing from the window of a Las Vegas casino hotel into a crowd of thousands attending an outdoor concert.

"Do you think she thinks a silencer would make a rifle silent?"

The former first lady also addressed the limitations of "thoughts and prayers", encouraging her followers to take a stand against the NRA in order to prevent future violent acts - regardless of political views or previous stances. "We can and must put politics aside, stand up to the NRA, and work together to try to stop this from happening again".

Hillary Clinton, Paul Ryan, President Donald Trump and more prominent politicians are speaking out after a gunman killed at least 58 people and injured 515 others at a Las Vegas music festival on Sunday night, in the deadliest mass shooting in USA history. However, audio from the scene and witness accounts indicate the guns were automatic.

The casualties in the attack exceeded those of the Pulse nightclub tragedy in Florida more than a year ago.

Obama, who led the nation through multiple such attacks, including the one at Sandy Hook Elementary School in CT, mourned "another senseless tragedy".

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"Nowhere but America do horrific large-scale mass shootings happen with this degree of regularity", Sen.

Swalwell continued to argue that Congress should be able to find some preventative measure that would help keep weapons out of would-be criminal hands.

Murphy added "It's time for Congress to get off its a*s and do something".

Carlson dismissed the notion, calling all politicization of the tragedy as a "soliloquy created to make the rest of us angry and fearful".

It's so important to impose gun control regulations, especially regarding mental health. "I am more than frustrated, I am furious". The bill would now go to a floor vote, and would need to pass the Senate, but no such vote has been scheduled in the House.

The battle over gun restrictions has, meanwhile, played out in a more substantive fashion on the state level - and at the courts.

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