Pulse shooting survivor changes views on gun laws (VIDEO)

Pulse shooting survivor Jeff Rodriguez spent two months in the hospital after being shot in his leg, stomach and neck.

Rodriguez spoke in-depth with investigative reporter Eryka Washington, and said the shooting has given him a new focus on political issues.

Even though Rodriguez is pro-gun, he wants to see tougher gun laws to hopefully prevent this type of tragedy from ever happening again.

Just minutes after a picture was taken of Rodriguez and his friends, 49 people were killed and 53 injured inside Pulse night club.

“We’ll never forget this it will be with us till the day we die,” said Rodriguez.

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