After the Santa Fe school shooting, an advocate for changes in gun laws said police bullets hit their target less than 30 percent of the time. Is that a fact? Gardner Selby of the Politifact Texas fact-checking team has the answer.
Shanon Watts of Moms Demand Action tweeted:
Trained police hit their targets less than 30% of the time, yet the @NRA wants to arm volunteer teachers. It’s on each of us to prevent this NRA dystopia, and stop letting the gun lobby write our gun laws. We’re sacrificing our children at the altar of gun manufacturers’ profits. https://t.co/mWCBVrrLNH
— Shannon Watts (@shannonrwatts) May 22, 2018
Hear how Watts’ claim scored in the player above.