Gorka: ‘Black Africans’ are murdering each other ‘by the bushel’

Greg Nash

Former White House aide Sebastian Gorka said Monday that “black African gun crime” is “our big issue” in the United States.

During an interview on a Sinclair-owned television station, Gorka said the biggest issue the U.S. has is “not mass shootings,” which he called an anomaly.

{mosads}”You do not make legislation out of outliers,” he said.

“Our big issue is black African gun crime against black Africans. It is a tragedy,” he said.

Gorka then referenced gun crime in Chicago. 

“Go to Chicago. Go to — the city’s run by Democrats for 40 years,” he said.

“Black young men are murdering each other by the bushel. This is a social issue,” Gorka said.

Gorka called for people to let the police do their jobs and “rebuild those societies.”

“Legislation will not save lives,” he said.

His comments come after the Las Vegas shooting, which marked the deadliest shooting in modern U.S. history, renewed calls for gun control.

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