Democrat Vice President Kamala Harris has called for an “assault weapons” ban.
Harris made the demands on Saturday after the funeral service for the oldest of ten people killed by a mass shooter in Buffalo, New York earlier this month.
The vice president joined mounting calls from the Left to push through anti-Second Amendment gun-control laws.
“There’s a through-line to what happened here in Texas, in Atlanta, in Orlando, what happened at the synagogues,” Harris said during the funeral, according to Mediaite.
“This is a moment that requires all good people who are loving people to just say we will not stand for this.
“Enough is enough,” she blasted.
“Everybody’s got to stand up and agree that this should not be happening in our country,” Harris later added after the service.
“We are not sitting around, waiting to figure out what the solution looks like,” she continued.
“We know what works on this,” Harris told the press.
“It includes — let’s have an assault weapons ban.”
Harris and second gentleman Douglas Emhoff attended the memorial service for Ruth Whitfield at Mt. Olive Baptist Church along with radical activist Rev. Al Sharpton.
86-year-old Whitfield was killed in the massacre at Tops Friendly Market on May 14.
“I cannot even begin to express our collective pain as a nation for what you are feeling in such an extreme way, to not only lose someone that you love, but through an act of extreme violence and hate,” Harris said during the service.
“And I do believe that our nation right now is experiencing an epidemic of hate.”
Whitfield’s funeral and Harris’s comments come just days after another mass shooter killed 19 children and two adults in Uvalde, Texas.