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New York City Mayor Eric Adams has come out to blame firearms for the tragedy that happened in the subway this week and called for the nation to move in on gun control.

Earlier this week several people were killed at a subway station in New York City after gunman dressed as a railway worker opened fire in a train car. This man then managed to escape the subway system and but was later apprehended by authorities.

In response to this incident, New York City Mayor Eric Adams went out and made several comments about Gun Control.

As reported in Yahoo News: 

Adams went on to say that “the problem we’re facing is a problem that is hitting our entire nation right now,” which he said merits “a national response” on the issue of gun violence.

Adams touted how the New York Police Department (NYPD) has taken nearly 1,800 guns off the streets of New York City this year.

“We’re going to continue to do our job, but there is some assistance that’s going to be needed,” said Adams, stressing the importance of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), and the necessity of making ghost guns illegal.

“There’s so many things that we could do to assist the cities across America, particularly New York City to make sure that we’re a safe place for our residents,” said Adams.

It is unclear if the assailant in the case used a so-called “Ghost Gun” in his attack but that seems to be an irrelevant detail for Democrats and Gun Grabbers who are looking to capitalized on another tragedy.

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