H/T WGME On Your Side CBS 13.

The ghouls in the gun control crowd delight in dancing on the graves of shooting victims to promote their agenda.

PORTLAND (WGME) — Incidents like the death of a 5-year-old in Scarborough tend to illicit a strong reaction on both sides of the gun control issue.

Both those for and against gun control say this is a tragic loss.

Bill Harwood, the president of the Maine Gun Safety Coalition, and Bill Harmon, a former military police officer who’s dedicated many hours to teaching gun safety, spoke to CBS 13.

Because so little is known about what occurred Monday night, both men talked about the issue generally.

They have disagreements on gun laws and adding new ones, but what they both agree on is that this is an issue of education.

“It does motivate us to keep working to try and educate and alert people and inform people of the dangers of guns in our society,” Harwood said. “We continue to see this too often in the state of Maine.”

“If we really want to do something, we need to start in school,” Harmon said. “We need to teach kids guns are like any, you know like a power tool, a chain saw is very deadly if it’s not used properly and safely, teach kids that firearms aren’t toys.”

Both spoke to the fact that they don’t know the exact circumstances surrounding this tragedy.

They also highlighted the importance of education, saying children need to be taught how dangerous a gun can be when used incorrectly.