American Tragedy

Submitted by ub on Wed, 02/14/2018 - 19:39

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 02/16/2018 - 00:44


A new St. Valentine’s Day massacre. Another high school, another mass shooting, another grieving community. At least 17 students, teachers, and staff were killed Wednesday afternoon, and more than a dozen wounded, when a young, heavily-armed gunman opened fire at a high school in Broward County, Florida. A student’s text to a mom: “If I don’t make it, I love you.” A beloved coach stepped into the line of fire. A “troubled” suspect expelled from the school. It’s the 18th school shooting this year alone. More: From Rubio, Scott, thoughts, prayers, and NRA-infused hypocrisy.

A Valentines Day Massacre with yet another school shooting that caused 17 fatalities and mass murders for the 18 time this year. When will carnage the president referred to in his inaugural ever stop? Two tweets but no other comments from @POTUS?

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Why the same so-called leaders who offer sympathy and condolences are the ones receiving cold cash from the national rifle association?… … Contact #Congress and #TheWhitehouse They work for the US. #VOTE #USA

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