Listen: President Trump, Brian Mudd And Officer discussed on Mark Levin
"There's nobody that deserves respect more than you people that I can tell you. President Trump today at the project safe neighborhoods national conference talking to law enforcement about law enforcement. And in case, you didn't know because the rest of the untold story, we've already lost more police officers in the line of duty this year. And we did last year. In fact, overall police deaths are up five percent year over year. How about murdering a police officer's right? Murdering a fourteen percent year every year. We have eighty eight widow. So far this year. We have over a hundred children that have lost a parent. That's the real story. That's not told about law enforcement. The God bless you. You put on a badge leave your families and go do what you do to keep us safe every day. We need you now more than ever which by the way. Please please go out of your way where you can thank our law enforcement folks, and their families think about their families. Most folks, I know there are law enforcement. They're driven by it not fearful day to day. You know, the it's the missions the calling. It's the families back home the word the most. So remember to support them, certainly as well as your media will sit there and just paint the negative stories and fan the flames things like black lives matter. What have you now? The Brady Bill twenty-five years later. The Brady law. It's hard to believe it's been twenty five years. But nevertheless, it has and I shared in an expert from an article from real clear life talking about it. And the headline itself as the Brady law turns twenty-five guns or killing more Americans than ever y. By the way, you may tweet at me at Brian Mudd radio Brian Mudd in for Mark Levin tonight. Continuing with a piece from this article after we determined that average at three hundred and forty two people are shot each day in this country ninety six of those shootings resulting in death. Chris Brown who is the co president of the Brady campaign said the gun homicide rate has dropped precipitously since the enactment of the Brady law while other forms of gun violence like suicide have risen said the Brady law was enacted in an attempt to ensure dangerous. People did not have easy access to guns, and it's had a real impact looking at the data on homicide rate, citing these numbers since the passage in one thousand nine three more than three hundred million guns have been sold. The three million sales. Did not go through that would have had it not become law. And yet what have we seen? We've seen an increase in."