Laura Ingraham hosted Evan Todd, Columbine survivor.
Todd said he was in the library where most of the shooting took place and where he was shot and classmates were murdered. It was a life changing experience for him as he was 15 during the incident. He became more into the issues as Columbine was exploited in the media and advocacy groups.
Todd said he's seen the pushes that take place after such terrible shooting incidents. He wrote a letter disagreeing with President Obama's gun violence push. He believes schools should have armed security and people should be able to have guns to protect themselves. He feels background checks have limited value and that it will lead to infringement on good citizens.
Todd says it's a myth that victims of violent crime are not monolithic in their opinions on gun violence and that it is the criminals and sick individuals that are the problem. He said often policies are hastily written without thought.