Sunday, October 06, 2019
DEMOCRATIC PARTY 2020 PREZ CONTENDERS REACT TO KCK TEQUILA BAR MASSACRE!!! GUN CONTROL DEBATE COMING SOON TO KANSAS?!?!
Again, a horrific early morning KCK slaughter has resonated across the nation and sparked renewed debate about gun control from top ranking leaders.
To wit . ..
WILL ANOTHER DEADLY MASS SHOOTING IN KANSAS SPARK RENEWED PUSH TOWARD GREATER GUN CONTROL?!?!
Perspective and proof:
Democratic presidential candidates and other leaders respond to deadly KCK shooting
Check the social media run down . . .
Former Veep Joe Biden:
"Jill and I are devastated to hear about last night’s shooting in Kansas City. No one should ever have to fear that they, or their loved ones, may not return home due to senseless violence.
"We must come together as a country to put an end to these tragedies once and for all."
Sen. Kamala Harris:
"Americans continue to be shot and killed, while Mitch McConnell refuses to bring a gun safety vote to the floor."
"I visited Kansas City in August—and everyone I met was warm, generous, and welcoming. My heart is with all who are impacted by this tragedy. Together, communities like ours, which have been victims of gun violence, will lead the way in ending this epidemic."
U.S. Senator Jerry Moran (R-Kan.) tweeted “praying for the victims and their families following last night’s senseless act of violence in Kansas City.”
U.S. Senator Pat Roberts (R-Kan.) tweeted “Franki and I are saddened by the senseless shooting that took place in Kansas City early this morning. Our prayers are with the victims and their loved ones. Thank you to the first responders and law enforcement who continue to investigate this shooting.”
Representative Sharice Davids (D- Kan.) tweeted “my heart breaks for everyone impacted by the senseless shooting that took place in Kansas City early this morning. Our office will continue to monitor the situation and we thank the law enforcement and first responders who are investigating this tragedy.”
Kansas Governor Kelly (D) "My thoughts are with the victims and their families and friends after a mass shooting early this morning in a Kansas City, Kan., bar tragically left four people dead and five more wounded. We are closely monitoring the situation with the help of local law enforcement."
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