VIDEO: Steve Kerr’s fury: “Enough is enough! When are we going to do something ?!”

VIDEO: Steve Kerr’s fury: “Enough is enough! When are we going to do something ?!”

The Warriors coach refused to speak about the game and on the brink of tears asked that something be done against carrying weapons.

Steve Kerrcoach ng Golden Stateappeared in front of the press before the game in between Mavericks and Warriorswho was obviously shocked by the violence that had taken place in Texas and, on the brink of tears, could not hide his feelings and anger. He left a powerful message and his tragic family history was the reason for his refusal to take up arms.

He immediately sat up, uncomfortable, containing his anger: “I’m not going to talk about basketball today (…). No basketball question matters”started.

“Since we left training this morning, 14 children (the death toll rose to 18) and a teacher have been killed 400 miles from here (644 kilometers). Buffalo grocery store, Asian churchgoers killed in Southern California, and now have we children killed at school. When are we going to do something ?! “, shout. She had to stop a few times in her story, her voice cracking and trying to find words that could describe how she was feeling.

“I’m tired, too tired to show up here to offer condolences to the bereaved families. I’m so tired. Excuse me, I’m sorry. I’m tired of the minutes of silence. Stop. His speech was powerful, but they could not show what went through his body.

Steve Kerr criticized U.S. senators for refusing to face the law HR8 suggesting to strengthen the background check before getting the gun.

“There are 50 senators (Republicans) who refuse to vote on HR8. There is a reason why they not vote: to keep their power”said the Dubs coach. “I’m asking you, Mitch McConnell (Republican Senate Leader), and all of you senators who refuse to do anything about violence, school shooting and supermarket shooting. I’m going to ask you: Will you prioritize your own desire for in power? of the lives of our children, seniors and parishioners? Because that is what it seems, “and asked everyone to think of their own” son, grandson, mother, father, brother or sister. ” “How would you feel if this happened to you today?”he asked himself.

fifty we are hostage by senators in washington. Do you realize that 90% of Americans, regardless of their political party, want a universal background (to buy guns)? ” Kerr said, referring to a 2021 study that found that 84% of Americans (including 77% of Republicans) agree that gun purchases should be subject to rigorous background checks.

“We’re being held hostage by 50 senators in Washington who refuse to put (the bill) up for a vote, despite what the Americans want. They won’t vote for it because they want to keep their own power. Nakakaawa naman! I’m enough “he shouted and left the press room furious.

Malcolm Kerr

Malcolm Kerr, American University of Beirut (Photo: Bettmann Archive/Getty Images)

The tragic death of his father and the hatred of weapons

Steve Kerr he is a basketball player University of Arizona when a call woke him up on January 18, 1984. “I got a phone call in the middle of the night from a family friend. My phone rang in my bedroom at 3 o’clock in the morning so I knew something had happened.”. His father Malcolm was assassinated at the American University of Beirutin Lebanon, where he was a professor and president of the entity.

the terrorist group Hezbollah awarded the author of the professor’s crime Malcolm Kerr, killed by two bullet wounds to the head inside the campus of the American University of Beirut.

The Dubs coach was born there, in Beirut, on one of Kerr’s stays in that country they loved. His father was an expert in Middle Eastern studies. His grandparents Elsa Reckman and Stanley Kerr, Malcolm’s parents, met in the city of Marash where they rescued Armenian women and orphaned children from the Armenian Genocide.

Source: Tycsports

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