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ABC’s ‘The View’ Features Live Performance of Gun Control Song Urging People to Say ‘Enough’

ABC View featured a live rendition of a gun control song that urged viewers to oppose gun violence by saying “enough is enough”.

The song “Your Child, My Child” was performed by Natasha Bedingfield and MILCK, and began by focusing on how a high-profile shooting often leads to a focus on other weapons.

The song then suggests that Americans “move and… forget” once the emotion of such an incident has passed.

In the bridge, the song asks what needs to happen to make things better; to ensure that a high-profile shooting never happens again. The singers then launch into a chorus of “enough”.

In the last part of the song, the lyrics say: “When enough of us stand up, when enough of us shout, when enough of us say no, when enough of us say enough.” »

He continues: “When more of us get angry, when every one of us breaks down, when we all scream, when enough of us say… enough. »

The song doesn’t mention a single gun control that could stop the kind of high-profile shootings that happen from time to time in America, nor does it talk about specific shooters, like the 28-year-old transgender who attacked a Christian school in Nashville, killing. six.

The song highlighted by The View also failed to mention how effectively armed teachers and staff have prevented school shootings in states where teachers and staff are allowed to be armed.

Breitbart News reported that on Friday, President Biden will announce the creation of a Gun Violence Prevention Leadership Office. The Washington Post noted that the new office is expected to coordinate between “the White House, the Community Justice Action Fund and Everytown for Gun Safety.”

AWR Hawkins is an award-winning Second Amendment columnist for Breitbart News and the writer/curator of Down Range with AWR Hawkins, a weekly newsletter focused on all things Second Amendment, also for Breitbart News. He is a political analyst for Armed American Radio and an ambassador for Turning Point USA. He was a visiting scholar at the Russell Kirk Center for Cultural Renewal in 2010, a speaker at the 2023 Western Conservative Summit, and a Ph.D. in military history, with emphasis on the Vietnam War (Brown Water Navy), the United States Navy since its inception, the Civil War, and modern Europe. Follow him on Instagram: @awr_hawkins. You can sign up for Down Range at Contact him directly at


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