Joy Reid slams Cruz NRA speech: Do Texans want to send their kids to schools that look like prisons?

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As the people of Uvalde continue to mourn the deaths of the 19 children and two teachers who perished in a mass shooting there mere days ago, the National Rifle Association is holding an apparent praise and worship session for the AR-15 and other weapons of death in the face of local and national outrage. Joy Reid and her panel discuss.

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