Hillary Clinton is proposing strict new gun control measures in response to the mass shooting at an Oregon college, which left nine people dead. 

Clinton proposed expanded background checks, and suggested that if elected she would use executive powers to achieve her goals.

Her proposals also include a repeal of legislation shielding gun manufacturers, distributors and dealers from most liability following a shooting. 

At one point during her campaign stop in New Hampshire yesterday, Clinton became choked up when she introduced the mother of a child who died at Sandy Hook Elementary School.

Laura Ingraham reacted on "Fox and Friends" this morning, saying she's still waiting to hear ideas from the left on laws that would stop these attacks without violating the Second Amendment.

"We have a Constitution. We have a Second Amendment. If Hillary has an idea for how to stop a lone wolf who had no psychiatric institutionalization, then let me see that legislation and let me see how that's gonna pass constitutional muster. That's what I'm interested in," said Ingraham.

She said it makes people feel better to propose new gun laws after a tragedy, but "in reality it has very little effect on the types of crimes we've seen over the past three or four years."

Watch her analysis above.