The two YouTubers took a trip to Parkland, Fla, to visit Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and meet with students and families of those that were involved in the horrific shooting, and find out how to get more involved. Marco Rubio via Skype.
After his somber discussions, Jake Paul - the younger brother of controversial YouTube star Logan Paul - chose to give his own suggestions on how to avoid a repeat occurrence using what he learned from his interviews and research.
"We don't want to wait for hundreds of people in Washington D.C.to pass the laws", Paul added. The video did not include anything about passing gun-control laws; instead he focused on ideas that could be implemented more easily.
Paul also spoke with Sen.
"You didn't have an agenda, you cared", Melissa Blank said.
Later, he tweeted that he did believe gun reform laws were definitely part of the change needed despite it being left out from the lengthy video segment, which included an additional five items.
"I think the only thing I can do to help in this situation is go ground floor, talk to a bunch of people that were in the shooting, outside of the shooting-teachers of the school, the Parkland County commissioner-and figure out what needs to be done and give that message to as many people as I possibly can", Jake Paul says in his newest vlog's exposition.
His older brother, Logan Paul, 22, recently faced his own controversy after live vlogging a video of a suicide victim in Japan's "Suicide Forest".
Clips from news of the shooting and CNN's town hall debate are cut between Paul's discussions with members of the Parkland community, which mostly revolve around recalling the events from the day of the shooting and suggestions for making schools safer. Among other initiatives, he will use his money to pay for buses that will transport people to the upcoming March For Our Lives in Washington D.C.