The numbers from the weekend's shootings are in, and it's not good. In fact, it was the deadliest week of mass shooting gun violence this year with at least 82 people wounded or killed, according to USA Today. The shootings in which four or more people were killed or injured occurred in Philadelphia; Chattanooga, Tennessee; Saginaw, Michigan; Omaha, Nebraska; and other cities. The shootings occurred where people should have felt safe, like graduation parties, a nightclub, a popular entertainment district, and a strip mall. Hopefully, lawmakers won't let us down and will actually come up with a viable solution, but we must also take action and vote! Uncle Steve said, "I don't even know what to say at times. How many times can you say this is unacceptable, something has to be done?" The crew agreed that talking about gun violence and sending condolences out to the families of the victims is starting to be a new norm. Carla chimed in and said, "Where is the action to stop this from happening again?" It all goes back to who we put in power. Unc made a great point, "It's amazing how you discover the true feelings of the people who reside in this country. These people keep having constituents who vote for them."