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Father Of Parkland Shooting Victim Says NRA Is Not To Blame

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Father Of Parkland Shooting Victim Says NRA Is Not To Blame For Daughter’s Death

The father of a Parkland shooting victim fires back against actress Alyssa Milano, who recently claimed the National Rifle Association (NRA) was the reason his daughter was dead.

Andrew Pollack took to Twitter Monday to respond to Milano after she claimed the government was heavily influenced by the NRA.

In his tweet, Pollack claimed a number of factors were involved in his daughter’s death, including the FBI, mental health counselors and school administrators.


.@Alyssa_Milano in her speech in Parkland blamed the @NRA for the shooting that killed my daughter. She needs to learn her facts before she speaks

The FBI, Sherrif Israel, mental illness counselors, school administrators & failed diversionary programs are to blame.

Not the NRA



Since the fatal shooting Pollack has been an active advocate for school safety and claims gun control is not the real issue at hand.

“We need to come together as a country and work on what’s important and that’s protecting our children in the schools,” he urged. “That’s the only thing that matters right now — we all work together and come up with the right idea and it’s school safety, not about gun laws…that’s another fight, another battle.”

Pollack’s daughter — 18-year-old Meadow — was one of the 17 killed during the mass shooting back in February at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.

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