November 6, 2017
Enough with the power grabs, Paul Ryan! It's time to start taking people's guns! pic.twitter.com/6tWRdtyV8v
— Cozy Autumn Groyper (@that_groyper) November 6, 2017
At time of writing, we still do not know much about the details surrounding the shooting.
We do know about the libshit response to it, however, which has been a mix of celebration of the deaths of white people and calling for people’s guns to be taken away.
— James☝️Allsup (@realJamesAllsup) November 6, 2017
Jews and non-Jews alike are calling for gun control.
Though it is mostly Jews tbh.
The @NRA is soaked and bathed in blood. How do its adherents sleep at night?
— Joy Reid (@JoyAnnReid) November 5, 2017
In addition to offering my prayers and thoughts I also believe Congress must take action on gun violence (2/2)
— Senator Bob Casey (@SenBobCasey) November 5, 2017
The shooter turned his gun on people — kids — in a place of worship. America is in the grips of a gun violence crisis. Congress must act. https://t.co/CIJX3jM3Tq
— Senator Dick Durbin (@SenatorDurbin) November 5, 2017
Senseless gun violence has torn apart another community — this time in a house of worship. When do we say enough is enough? https://t.co/gsW1KN54xc
— Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) November 5, 2017
Thoughts & prayers are not enough, GOP. We must end this violence. We must stop these tragedies. People are dying while you wait.
— Elizabeth Warren (@SenWarren) November 5, 2017
— Reese Witherspoon (@RWitherspoon) November 5, 2017
— Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) November 5, 2017
Mass carnage in Sutherland Springs.
We can do better than this.
The idea of zero new gun safety laws isn’t just idiotic it’s murderous.
— Adam McKay (@GhostPanther) November 5, 2017
How many more have to die before we enact sane gun control laws?
— Stephen King (@StephenKing) November 5, 2017
These tragedies aren’t inevitable. Don’t let hopelessness win today. We must persist in our efforts to prevent gun violence.
— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) November 6, 2017
I’m sick & tired of “thoughts and prayers” for mass shooting victims. What we need: legislation & regulation. Start with assault-weapon ban.
— Max Boot (@MaxBoot) November 5, 2017
Enough is enough. Now is the time for commonsense gun violence prevention steps. Congressional complicity must end.
— Richard Blumenthal (@SenBlumenthal) November 5, 2017
I’m horrified by the news of this latest mass shooting. My thoughts are with all of those in Sutherland Springs. https://t.co/gCTIsAXQX6
— Sen Dianne Feinstein (@SenFeinstein) November 5, 2017
To all who lost loved ones at Sutherland Springs: the nation grieves with you. We must find moral courage to address these senseless acts.
— Sen. Al Franken (@SenFranken) November 5, 2017
Innocent people go to church on Sunday to honor their God, and while doing so, get shot in killed. What country? America. Why? Republicans.
— Chelsea Handler (@chelseahandler) November 5, 2017
— Sarah Silverman (@SarahKSilverman) November 6, 2017
They need politicians with an ounce of courage to pass common sense gun laws that the vast majority of the country agrees with
— Ike Barinholtz (@ikebarinholtz) November 5, 2017
The solution to reducing gun violence is NOT to arm more people.
— Michael Skolnik (@MichaelSkolnik) November 6, 2017
My heart breaks for victims of today’s domestic terrorism in TX. My heart also breaks that we can’t have an honest gun violence discussion.
— Mike Levin (@MikeLevinCA) November 5, 2017
Just nothing. No words. Numb. Again. May everyone affected in Texas rest in and find peace.
— josh groban (@joshgroban) November 5, 2017
Where's the next mass shooting gonna be? Any guesses? Should we try to do anything we can to prevent it? No? Ok cool. Good luck out there!
— billy eichner (@billyeichner) November 5, 2017
It’s almost like they’re using these deaths to push an agenda through against the goyim.
Interestingly, the shooter, Devin Patrick Kelley, was dishonorably discharged from the military for committing a felony.
— Omar Villafranca (@OmarVillafranca) November 5, 2017
This means he was legally barred from owning a firearm. Meaning gun control would have had no effect on his actions, as all gun control does is take away legally-owned guns.
Also interesting, though we don’t know of any connections to Islam, Sunday was the 8 year anniversary, to the day, of the Fort Hood terrorist attack.
This shooting is 8 years to the day since Nidal Hassan killed 13 people and injured at least 30 at Fort Hood, TX. No ties known – but weird coincidence
— Bret Baier (@BretBaier) November 5, 2017
And Kelley did have an ISIS beard, for sure.
Another very interesting fact: as soon as the shooter was named, Facebook cleansed his account.