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Michael Bennet Jul 20
Today, as we mark 7 years since the Aurora theater shooting, we remember the 12 innocent victims of this senseless tragedy. They will never be forgotten, nor will the acts of heroism and the resilience shown by so many in the community. We must .
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Brandon Wolf Jun 12
I remember vividly. Cold sink water. Deafening gunshots. Tangy smell of blood & smoke. Our last hug. June 12. 3 years. The message is the same. Don’t honor them with thoughts & prayers. Or hollow words. Or “we can’t fix it”. They deserve more. .
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March For Our Lives Jun 12
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(((Rep. Nadler))) Jun 12
Today, we mark 3 years since the tragic mass shooting at Orlando's Pulse Nightclub, where LGBTQ, Latinx people were targeted for who they are. The House has passed HR8 (universal background checks) and HR5 (Equality Act) - and we need these bills to be law.
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Nancy Pelosi Jun 12
Three years ago, an act of brutality & hate stole 49 beautiful souls at Nightclub. We will never forget the darkness of that night – but neither will we forget our commitment to .
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Elizabeth Warren Jun 12
When 49 people were murdered at Pulse three years ago, it was an attack on our LGBTQ+ and Latinx communities. Today I’m remembering the victims and their loved ones, and I promise to by continuing to fight for .
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Brandon Wolf Jun 12
Wake up. Brush my teeth. Face the day. .
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tyler oakley Jun 12
it’s been three years since the pulse nightclub shooting. 49 lives were taken, many more were injured, & the city of orlando was changed forever. it was a direct attack against the LGBTQ+ & Latinx community. today, i hope we continue to .
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Matt Bomer Jun 12
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Nancy Pelosi Jun 12
Replying to @SpeakerPelosi
It’s time for the Senate to follow suit by holding a vote on these commonsense measures to prevent gun violence.
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God Jun 12
Far too many people have been senselessly killed by gun violence. Thoughts and prayers do nothing. Please do something.
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Chasten Buttigieg Jun 12
It’s been three years. We will continue to offer up our prayers and our thoughts to the victims and their loved ones, but it’s simply not enough. I want a country where my community isn’t massacred, where we can dance and exist in peace. I want action.
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Tom Udall Jun 12
Three years ago today, the tragedy at nightclub demonstrated how badly our nation needs to reform its gun laws. But 1,095 days and many more deaths from gun violence later, little has changed. Congress must . We cannot wait.
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Sen. Jeanne Shaheen Jun 12
3 years ago, 49 were murdered & 53 were injured in a heinous, homophobic attack at nightclub. Today we recommit to by standing proudly w/our LGBTQ+ community to stamp out hate, demand full equality under the law & say unequivocally: Love always wins.
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Andrea Russett Jun 12
3 years ago today 49 innocent lives were taken. I stand with Orlando in remembering the 49 victims of Pulse. Today and every day, we and by working to end bigotry and hate. ❤️
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Indivisible Guide Jun 12
3 years ago today, 49 people were murdered at Pulse Nightclub, in an attack on the LGBTQA and Latinx communities. Today and every day we and keep them, their friends, families and community in our hearts.
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Kevin McHale Jun 12
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Keri Cascio Mar 5
RIP Amber Clark, the first posthumous LJ Mover & Shaker. She was a rising star in disability rights in libraries before she was gunned down in a library parking lot by a banned patron.
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Jay Inslee Jun 12
Today, the LGBTQ+ and Latinx communities are in my heart. Three years after , we remember the 49 people taken too soon and . Every day, but especially today, we must recommit ourselves to ending gun violence in America.
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Mari Copeny May 31
Will this finally be the mass shooting to get congress to act or will they just send more thoughts and prayers.
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