Santorum: Kids Should Take CPR Classes Instead of Lobbying for Gun Laws


Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum suggested Sunday that students concerned with gun violence should learn how to perform CPR, rather than “looking to someone else to solve their problem.” Santorum appeared on CNN’s State of the Union one day after the massive March For Our Lives protests, in which more than a million Americans throughout the country turned out in support of gun reform. During the panel segment, Santorum appeared frustrated by the political pressure being applied by the activist survivors of the Parkland shooting. He suggested that they weren’t doing enough to personally improve their situation, rather than looking to lawmakers for help.


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