Speaking on ‘America Now’ Monday night, host Buck Sexton weighed-in on the devastating mass shooting that took place in Las Vegas Sunday, saying there isn’t much law enforcement “can say or do” to stop this “level of evil” from occurring.
“An absolutely horrific scene from Las Vegas, what some are calling now the Mandalay Massacre, from the Mandalay Bay Casino, where somebody decided that they would go on a mass murder spree for reasons that no one could even begin to fathom so far,” said Buck.
“We have absolutely no idea why this evil psychopath killed 58 people, injured over 500, and the death toll may in fact rise,” Sexton said. “I’m speechless when I see and hear the accounts of some of the survivors of this, what they went through is just horrific beyond words, it’s appalling. Now we’re forced to look at this and ask questions about how and why and what could have been done to stop it.”
“Why did a deranged maniac, who was a retired accountant, Stephen Paddock, 64 years-old. He was a known gambler, a retired accountant, a guy who lived in Mesquite, and was just somebody that never got up on police radar. Had no criminal history. What could bring an individual like this to do something so terrible?” he asked.
“We have no real answers right now. We have no sense why anyone would do such a thing; open fire on a country music festival, killed so many people, ruined so many lives, there’s no discussion to be had that feels in any way that it’s putting pieces back together,” said Buck.
“There’s not much we could say we could do to stop this in the future. This level of evil has always existed,” he added.
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