State Sen. Bill Jackson might just want to thank Demetrius Andrew Mack for taking him off the hook for earlier comments he made in opposition of gun control.
During a discussion of a mental health bill touted as doing more to prevent mass shootings than gun control, the Appling Republican said that more murders were committed last year with hammers than shotguns.
Though the 25-year-old Mack did not kill his victim, according to police he did use a hammer to attack a man and his 2012 Chevy Malibu.
Jackson also warned of the danger of frying pans, but so far no one has admitted to being hit by one of those. You Might Also Like:
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