Country star Eric Church blames the NRA, gun lobbyists for Las Vegas shooting

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Not a good pose Mr. Church…not a good nor responsible pose at all.

But he’s a “Second Amendment guy.”

Yeah, riiiiiiiiight. A real “Second Amendment guy” would know the basic rules of firearm safety.

From USA Today: In a new, wide-ranging interview with Rolling StoneEric Church is speaking out about the Las Vegas mass shooting at the Route 91 country music festival, which left 58 people dead and hundreds wounded.

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Published Wednesday, Church called out gun lobbyists, specifically the NRA, for enabling the October massacre by having “more of a problem than the solution” when it comes to gun violence.

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“There are some things we can’t stop,” he said. “Like the disgruntled kid who takes his dad’s shotgun and walks into a high school. But we could have stopped the guy in Vegas.

Although he described himself as a “Second Amendment guy,” Church still took issue with “the lobbyists,”  pointing out that “the biggest (group) in the gun world is the NRA.”

“I don’t care who you are — you shouldn’t have that kind of power over elected officials.” he continued. “To me, it’s cut and dried: The gun-show (loophole) would not exist if it weren’t for the NRA, so at this point in time, if I was an NRA member, I would think I had more of a problem than the solution. I would question myself real hard about what I wanted to be in the next three, four, five years.”

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Beyond his views on gun control, Church also opened up for the first time about a near-death experience that left him and his family rattled.

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