Sheriff Richard Mack Calls for a Televised Round Table Discussion with the Outspoken Survivors of the Parkland Massacre Before the “March for Our Lives.”


Peoria, AZ, February 19, 2018 || – Sheriff Richard Mack, former Graham County Sheriff, Founder and President of the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association (CSPOA), NRA Hall of Fame member and current high school teacher at the Heritage Academy is calling for a one hour uninterrupted, unedited, live, televised round table discussion with the outspoken survivors of the Parkland Massacre to discuss the school shooting and real measures that can be taken to minimize future loss of lives.

“We all mourn for the tragic loss of life and have a shared responsibility, as parents, citizens and leaders in the community to respectfully and thoughtfully address our children’s safety at schools.” Sheriff Richard Mack said.

Cameron Kasky, an 11th-grade survivor and leader of the March for Our Lives rally said “This isn’t about the GOP,” Kasky said. “This isn’t about the Democrats. This is about the adults. We feel neglected and at this point, you’re either with us or against us.” Sheriff Richard Mack agrees.

“It is time we have an adult conversation with these young men and women about the reality of the world and the role guns play in our society.” Sheriff Richard Mack said. “Now is the time for the nation to come together to listen to one another out and discuss real measures that will keep our children safe in school.”

Mack continues “Should Cameron Kasky and his outspoken classmates accept the invitation, I call on all of the major broadcasters (CNN, MSNBC, FOXNEWS, NBC, CBS, ABC, OANN, and others) to air this historic roundtable discussion live and in primetime.”

Sheriff Mack is best known for successfully challenging the Brady Bill, a gun control scheme requiring local law enforcement to perform background checks on prospective gun purchasers. He maintained that the Federal Government had no authority to command local officials, and became the first sheriff in American history to sue the Federal Government (under the Clinton administration) and win at the US Supreme Court. The case was based on the Tenth Amendment, states rights and local sovereignty.

Sheriff Mack is running for Congress in the 8th Congressional District of Arizona.

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