"It just goes to show you the magnitude of this gun violence issue," [Miami-Dade police Director Alfredo "Freddie"] Ramirez said at the news conference. "It doesn't just affect the community, it affects the law enforcement community as well."
South Florida Sun-Sentinel, 3/20/2020
WELCOME TO THE CRAZY: Fear and uncertainty about the impact of the coronavirus pandemic are motivating people to buy guns and ammunition as they seek protection from possible doomsday disintegration into lawlessness, with home invasions, looting, runs on banks, and fights over food, medicine, hospital beds and shelter across the land.
GET ME REWRITE: It goes to show you that ignoring the proliferation of guns only boost the magnitude of gun violence.