bostonglobe.com – Congressman Seth Moulton, an Iraq War veteran, is making sure his stance on gun control is known.
In a criticism of Congress not passing gun control legislation, the former Marine said Monday night he would no longer attend moments of silence for shooting victims.
“The tradition is to send ‘thoughts and prayers’ first, then perhaps demand policy change later,” Moulton tweeted. “I’m done with that.”
On Tuesday, Moulton tweeted a photo of himself clad in a Marine uniform and Boston Red Sox cap, hoisting an assault rifle at chest-level.
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