- Mel Robbins: Gun instructor's death raises absurd question: Should kids fire Uzis?
- She says of course not! If kids learn about guns, should be in controlled safe environment
- Robbins: What parent would put such a gun in a kid's hands and how could gun range allow it?
- She says giving kids under 18 access to a submachine gun should be illegal
Mel Robbins is a CNN commentator and legal analyst. She is the founder of Inspire52.com, a news and entertainment site for women, and author of "Stop Saying You're Fine," about managing change. She speaks on leadership around the world and in 2014 was named outstanding news talk radio host by the Gracie Awards. Follow her on Twitter @melrobbins. The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely those of the author.
(CNN)A 9-year-old girl accidentally killed a shooting instructor with an Uzi on Monday, authorities in Arizona said, and now the world is asking itself an absolutely absurd question: Should a fourth-grader be legally allowed to shoot an Uzi? The only answer to that question is: Hell fricking NO -- it should be against the law.