The number of mass shooting incidents in the US grows every year.
During his tenure, President Obama addressed the nation on the subject of gun violence 25 times - on average every 112 days. At this rate, there is a high probability that the next President will need to hold a mass shooting speech within his first year in office.
“The Speech No One Wants to Hear”, gives a glimpse into what he would likely say if and when this tragic event occurs.
In June 2016, after the Orlando shooting, the senate voted on four proposals which could have help lower the number of gun violence incidents in our country.
All four proposals were rejected, including one designed to expand background check for prospective gun buyers - a sentiment supported by 93% of American citizens.
We aim to inform people that in order to change our gun violence prevention laws we should focus on the senate representatives - regardless of which Presidential candidate is elected.