Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke appeared on the Fox News Channel Friday evening and offered host Megyn Kelly a solution aimed at reducing deaths caused by gun violence. Clarke’s suggestion came in response to a question Kelly posed to her other guest, Obama 2012 national field director Jeremy Bird, about what can be done to stop incidents like Thursday’s mass shooting which claimed the lives of nine victims. “I’ll answer your question on what law can be changed,” Clarke said. “We should get rid of these gun-free zones.” “We should allow people … to be able to play a role in their own safety,” the outspoken sheriff continued. “I think it’s heartless to expect people in these gun-free zones to be lined up and slaughtered with on way to defend themselves. These gun-free zones have become killing fields. That is the one constant in all of these mass murders.” The sheriff noted that there are “no absolutes,” but said things can be changed to save lives.