Artist Uses Cute And Awful Cats To Brilliantly Explain The Gun Control Debate

The gun control debate has gotten pretty heated over the years.

And that is to be expected as there were 18 school shootings in the USA in this year alone. However, most Americans have pretty varying opinions on strict gun laws.

As some would like stricter gun laws focusing only on semi-automatic rifles while some have different solutions. Whatever your thoughts on this matter, you have to admit that we have to change something sooner than later.

And that is where the amazing artist Alex Clark comes in. I know the subject of gun control is quite serious and tricky. He, however, explained it seamlessly with cats.

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People want more strict gun control laws.

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And for very good reason since there have been 18 school shootings in America in this year.

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Most people are also criticizing Donald Trump for suggesting that we arm teachers with more guns.

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That is probably the reason Alex made this video “Guns Explained With Cats.”

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He compares the ‘good’ cats with the ‘awful’ cats.

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As you may already know, a gun is only as bad as it’s owner after all.

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And then he goes on to say not everyone should have a ‘cheetah’ as a pet as not everyone knows how to take care of it.

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So if we just try to ‘eliminate’ the awful cats, there will be fewer injuries. Sounds pretty simple, right?

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Because rather than banning all cats, why not ban the ones that are awful or stop the crazy people from buying them?

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Following is the full video.

And people were mostly impressed with the short and concise video.

So it should be changed by now.

Very true, Lives are more important than money.

But who cares about them, right?

However, there were some people who didn’t agree with his point of view.

And thought that he didn’t do the serious matter any justice.

What about you? Where on the spectrum of gun laws do you fall? Do you agree with the points Alex Clark made in the video? Comment on below and let us know.

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