On Wednesday afternoon as the Senate rejected a compromise plan to expand gun background checks, "Piers Morgan Live" welcomed Carlee Soto who voiced her opinion on the decision.
Soto, whose older sister Victoria perished as part of the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School on December 14, 2012 expressed her disappointment with the vote, saying she was "disgusted and so disappointed in our Senate."
"If they were to lose a loved one to a horrific tragedy like we did, they would feel the same way and I don't wish upon anyone but if they had to bury their loved ones they would feel the same way I do," said Soto.
"This isn't all about the Second Amendment," she continued. "No one is trying to take away your guns."
"It's just a background check. A simple background check."
Watch the clip, and listen to the interview, as Soto gives her reaction to what Sarah Palin calling the vote today a "victory for the Second Amendment."
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