WWE Hall of Famer Glenn “Kane” Jacobs recently took to Twitter to comment on the ongoing debate of gun control following a series of mass shootings in America, including Uvalde, Texas and Buffalo, New York.
Both Sean “X-Pac” Waltman and Lance Storm have chimed in to disagree with Kane’s take on the subject matter.
Kane, who is the Republican mayor of Knox County, Tennessee, took to Twitter and expressed his opposition to the idea of increased gun control legislation. He wrote,
“Every violent death is a tragedy. That said, the mainstream media would have you believe that America is the land of gun violence and mass shootings when, in fact, as Hannah D. Cox points out, our per capita rates of gun deaths are actually much lower than many other countries.”
As we reported earlier here on eWn, Waltman responded with,
“Breaks my heart reading this s**t from you. Wtf man?!”
Storm also chimed in with the following,
“So you’re saying all of these deaths, including the 19 kids in Uvalde are at an acceptable rate of tragedy, and nothing needs to be done?”
Breaks my heart reading this shit from you. Wtf man?! https://t.co/Az5T4Y9EMy
— Sean Waltman (@TheRealXPac) June 8, 2022
So you’re saying all of these deaths, including the 19 kids in Uvalde are at an acceptable rate or tragedy, and nothing needs to be done? https://t.co/CfuarfrtW0
— Lance Storm (@LanceStorm) June 8, 2022