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Beginning this Sunday, ABC News will begin airing its series, “One Nation Under Fire.” The week-long program, hosted by ABC News chief justice correspondent, Pierre Thomas will, according to Variety, use “the Gun Violence Archive, an independent research group that tracks incidents from more than 7,500  law enforcement, media, government and commercial sources daily, for help in finding activity across the week.”

Armed American News readers will recall Lee Williams’ extensive report on the Gun Violence Archive.

In addition, Variety reports that “ABC News journalists are working to build a narrative (emphasis added) of how gun violence flares across the country in a given week. The intention is to track victims and circumstances and help viewers understand the demographics of people affected by and involved in incidents, as well as uncover solutions that might help reduce gun violence.”

While ABC News is busy creating its “narrative” and providing viewers “solutions,” Armed American News will be paying careful attention to the network and reporting on any misleading and biased reporting.