Warren Burger became Chief Justice of the U. S. Supreme Court under the first presidential term of Richard Nixon, who was, up until that time, the most conservative president in U. S. history. Chief Justice Burger retired in 1986, and in 1991 he weighed in on the Second Amendment and how the firearms lobby has used it "to perpetrate the biggest fraud on the American people" that he had seen in his lifetime.
Another conservative Associate Justice, nominated to the bench by Nixon and nominated to the Supreme Court by Gerald Ford, believed that Second Amendment needs to be amended or repealed. He believed that policy regarding firearms should be a legislative decision.
It is way past time to stop the marching for background checks and "red flag" laws and to commit to the abolition of the Second Amendment. Until that happens, American public schools (not the private ones where the wealthy send their kids) will continue to serve as slaughterhouses for mass murderers.