Former CIA and FBI agent Phil Mudd broke down in tears while speaking about the school shooting in Florida Tuesday.
Here’s what he said:
“Phil Mudd, you’re hearing these accounts,” Wolf Blitzer asked, “what’s going through your mind as someone who has worked at the FBI?”
“I talked to a terrorist who almost died because he wanted to blow up a weapon,” he explained, “a car bomb and he was sent to go blow up that car by ISIS and al-Qaeda, and they didn’t tell him he was gonna go blow up that car bomb, when he detonated when the car caught fire, it didn’t blow up.”
“I have ten nieces and nephews,” he said, “and we’re talking about bump stocks, we’re talking about legislation.”