A survivor of the Parkland, Florida, high school shooting said on Friday that she was “very concerned” about Brett Kavanaugh’s views on guns and the assault weapons ban, as she implored senators to consider voting against the U.S. Supreme Court nominee.

Aalayah Eastmond, a witness for the Democratic minority in the Senate Judiciary Committee, urged senators at Friday’s confirmation hearings for Kavanaugh to weigh the nominee’s record on the Second Amendment, after delivering an emotional recounting of the Parkland shooting, which brought Sen. Cory Booker, D-New Jersey, to tears.

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