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Former NYPD commissioner Bernard Kerik called out Democrats for talking about gun control so soon after a gunman opened fire on concertgoers in Las Vegas, killing 59 and injuring 527.

Hillary Clinton made what Kerik called a "ludicrous" statement that a silencer would have exacerbated the situation.

Meanwhile, Bernie Sanders said we need a closer eye on who gets a hold of guns, and Nancy Pelosi called for a select committee on gun violence.

"Bernie Sanders' statement is right," Kerik agreed. "Don't do that like within hours after this thing happened. Don't do that before you even know what happened and before the families have been notified."

"For God 's sakes, these people haven't even turned cold yet."

"It's just bizarre to hear these politicians, and it's strictly political."

Kerik called on leaders to unite Americans and help the victims, not politicize the shooting, especially so soon.


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