Florida Student: State Lawmakers Who Refuse to Act on Guns 'Won't Get Re-Elected'
Florida students are marching in the state capital of Tallahassee, demanding lawmakers take action on gun control measures following last week's school shooting.
One of the students, David Hogg, joined Harris Faulkner on "Outnumbered Overtime," explaining that he respects NRA members and law-abiding gun owners and does not want to infringe on anyone's Second Amendment rights.
He said he feels the American people are not being represented due to the "oligarchy" and corruption in Washington, D.C.
Hogg, whose father worked for the FBI, said "mistakes" were made and the shooting should not have happened. He said President Trump "is responsible for the FBI" and should not blame others.
The students are scheduled to go back to school on Tuesday, but Hogg said he's not sure if he'll go back unless state lawmakers take action. He said it was disappointing to see the Florida House of Delegates reject a motion to begin debate on a bill to ban the sale of AR-15 rifles.
"It's OK because they won't get re-elected," he said, arguing there is nothing more "non-partisan" than trying to save the lives of children.
Watch the interview above.