WATCH: Father of Parkland Shooting Victim Napalms the Left's Narrative: 'Guns Didn't Kills My Daughter, Democratic Policies Did'

Andrew Pollack, father of Parkland shooting victim Meadow Pollack, appeared on "No Interruption" on Fox Nation with host Tomi Lahren.

Since the Parkland shooting happened, Pollack has became a big-time advocate for school safety. He wrote a book about what he found out about the events that led to his massacre. The book was written after he conducted his own investigation into it.

"I wanted to look into it, I wanted to honor my daughter to see what happened, and how it could happen that I put my daughter in a school, in a nice neighboorhood, and then I'm never going to see her again," Pollack said. "I wanted to know the facts. I didn't just listen to mainstream media, I didn't jump on that bandwagon -- and I found out that there was a multitude of failures and policies that lead up to my daughter getting murdered, that the mainstream media didn't want to cover."

In his book, Why Meadow Died: The People and Policies That Created The Parkland Shooter and Endanger America's Students, Pollack talks about gun control and why he places the blame on Democratic policies for the murder of his daughter. He gives tips to parents to make sure their children are safe.

Pollack believes that gun control is not the answer when it comes to preventing school shootings. He used the Parkland shooter for example. Pollack said that even though the Parkland shooter had a violent record, he had not been arrested so he was still able to obtain a weapon legally.

While appearing on Fox & Friends on Monday, Pollack said that banning guns is not the answer. In fact, he suggested that people take a look at the "underlying causes for these shootings."

"They're not addressing mental health...or arresting these people when they make threats...those are the real issues," Pollack explained.

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It must be very difficult for this gentleman to come on TV and discuss the murder of his daughter. But Mr. Pollack does it anyway, because this is something he believes in.