In this 2017 file photo, Republican Ralph Norman speaks to supporters at a campaign party in Rock Hill, S.C., after winning South Carolina's 5th Congressional District. Norman pulled out his own loaded handgun during a meeting with constituents on Friday to make a point that guns are dangerous only in the hands of criminals.
In this 2017 file photo, Republican Ralph Norman speaks to supporters at a campaign party in Rock Hill, S.C., after winning South Carolina's 5th Congressional District. Norman pulled out his own loaded handgun during a meeting with constituents on Friday to make a point that guns are dangerous only in the hands of criminals. Chuck Burton AP
In this 2017 file photo, Republican Ralph Norman speaks to supporters at a campaign party in Rock Hill, S.C., after winning South Carolina's 5th Congressional District. Norman pulled out his own loaded handgun during a meeting with constituents on Friday to make a point that guns are dangerous only in the hands of criminals. Chuck Burton AP

Social media pounces on SC congressman who pulled out loaded gun at public event

April 07, 2018 11:02 AM