After Two Mass Shootings In 24 Hours, Tim Cook Weighs In On US Gun Violence

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After Two Mass Shootings In 24 Hours, Tim Cook Weighs In On US Gun Violence

After Two Mass Shootings In 24 Hours, Tim Cook Weighs In On US Gun Violence

Apple CEO Tim Cook has publicly commented on the two shootings in Texas and Ohio on Saturday.

According to Business Insider, that's where 29 people were killed in less than 24 hours.

Cook alluded that the US government's efforts so far to control gun violence have been ineffective and non-existent.

The definition of insanity is doing the same thing and expecting different results.

The suspected shooter in El Paso was arrested.


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