Rep. Issa Rips Congress' Reaction to TX Shooting: They 'Overreact' and Do 'Nothing at All'
Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) ripped the congressional reaction to Friday's deadly shooting at a high school in Texas.
At least 10 people were killed and another 10 were wounded in the shooting at Santa Fe High School.
Issa said that the alleged shooter, Dimitrios Pagourtzis, used his father's legally owned firearms.
On "Cavuto Live," he also called on Congress to legislate a solution to bump stocks. He added, though, that the situation is a long way away from the control Democrats want after tragedies.
"Congress does two things extremely well: nothing at all and overreact," Issa said.
Issa called for a "strict standard" regarding mental stability in order to obtain a firearm.
He added that social media shouldn't lead an investigation into an alleged shooter.
"The fact is that we have had one after another tragedy in which there were clear signs that somebody wasn't stable," he said.
Issa said that, in numerous cases, schools and officials did not act on stopping alleged shooters when they potentially could have.
Watch the full segment above.