Months before four people were gunned down at a Tennessee Waffle House, authorities had seized the weapons of the shooter Travis Reinking of Morton, Illinois. Reinking, who tried to cross a security barrier to meet President Trump, had his firearm license, known as a FOID card, revoked and guns removed from his ownership. Law enforcement gave the guns, including the AR-15 rifle used in the Waffle House shooting, to his father, who then gave them back to his son. Morning Shift catches you up on the latest in this fast-developing story and examines how FOID card laws work in Illinois. Guests are Chicago Tribune reporter Elvia Malagon, Northern Illinois University professor Kirk Miller, and Nashville Public Radio reporter Julieta Martinelli.