Just an analogy. I just pulled some numbers off the internet. There are 329.7 M people in the US There are ~393M guns in the US There are ~270 M cars in the US In 2017 there were 37,133 people killed in auto accidents. Of that, 10,874 were killed by drunk drivers. In 2017 there were 17,284 murders (by all methods). Using these numbers, an American has a .0052% chance of being murderd by any means. A .011% chance of being killed by a car. A .0033% chance of being killed by a drunk driver. .014% of cars will kill someone. .004% of cars will be driven by a drunk driver who kills someone. Now even IF all of the murders were committed with firearms, .0044% of firearms will be used in a murder. Notice that the same percentage of cars driven by drunk drivers will kill someone as the number of murders by all means. In reality the number by firearms would be less. When someone is killed by a drunk driver, you don’t hear Bob was killed by John after he drank Jack Daniels and drove a Chevy. All you hear is Bob was killed by a drunk driver. Someone shoots someone, the gun is blamed as much if not more than the murder. Top that off with the fact that drunk drivers are treated as a misdemeanor. A night in jail, a fine and maybe take some classes. Stand in the middle of the road and fire a gun and they’ll lock you up. Now this is what really gets me as I know from experience as my former sister in law drove drunk and killed a guy. She only served about 2.5 yrs. If a drunk driver kills someone, they are basically treated like someone with a problem. Someone shoots someone, they throw away the key plus blame the gun. To top that off, a higher percentage of cars kill people but nobody is banning Fords. Maybe AOC will make this part of her Green New Deal.