Mick Foley opens up on WWE legend’s controversial ‘gun control’ remark

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WWE legend Mick Foley recently reflected on Glenn Jacobs (AKA Kane)’s tweet on gun control. WWE Hall of Famer Kane has been the Mayor of Knox County, Tennessee, since winning the election in 2018. He won the election after standing from the Republican party and has expressed his desire to stand for election once again.

Mick Foley reacts to Kane’s comments

Jacobs said on his social media page after the Uvalde mass shooting tragedy that the mainstream media was painting the USA as the “land of gun violence and mass shootings” and argued that other countries have higher per capita rates of gun deaths.

Mick Foley responded to the tweet, calling it a “cold, callous tweet.”

Kane announced last year that he would be standing for re-election and vowed to make certain changes:

“Four years ago, I pledged to stay true to my conservative values as mayor. Nobody could have envisioned a pandemic and the economic shutdown that followed, but I’m proud Knox County has been able to weather the storm without a tax increase. By tightening our belt and making smart cuts, we balanced our budget while continuing to make forward-thinking investments in our community. If reelected, the public can expect four more years of leadership with conservative values top of mind,” said Kane.

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