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Andrew Learned May 17
Proud to announce I just received the distinction! In the Navy I used to carry an M-4 and a 9mm, I understand gun safety and why we need it. Proud to have stood with then, now, and always.
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Morgan J. Freeman May 18
You're not going to change the people who want to kill, so let's change how easy it is for them to get their hands on guns. THAT is the problem. Common sense gun laws are the solution.
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Billy Kovacs May 18
Gun violence is an epidemic in this country, and if our leaders won’t stand up then maybe we need new leaders. I’m tired of turning on the news and seeing survivors weep in the arms of their parents. Now is the time for action.
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Mic May 17
You might recognize from her incredible speech at the . caught up with her at the event in DC — besides gun control, here's what else she's using her powerful voice to help change.
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Patricia "Pat" Spearman for Congress May 18
Santa Fe High School students and families just went through one of the worst traumas of their lives. Families have lost loved ones and you stand outside with a MAGA hat and a gun on your hip! This is why we need reform, this is why we need to fight the !
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AJ+ May 18
Replying to @ajplus
It's been 56 days since the , when students walked out of classes across the U.S. to demand an end to gun violence and tougher laws on firearm sales.
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Lance Cooper May 18
It's disgusting how the president of the United States has more passion in his lies about colluding with Russia, than he does in his words about kids gunned down in schools.
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Barbara Malmet May 18
We send our kids to school to face getting slaughtered. I talked to this 11 year old at . She’s right. My generation doesn’t know what it’s like. But we know it is terribly wrong.
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March For Our Lives May 18
To the students and faculty of Santa Fe High School, we are with you.
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Matthew Cogdeill May 18
Replying to @Matthewcogdeill
📢 To Educate Crisis Actors📢 In a DUI, blame the driver In a robbing, blame the robber in a bombing, blame the bomber But in a shooting, liberals blame the guns? [ The ]
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Samit Datta, MD May 18
Maybe it’s time for a student strike. No one returns to school until meaningful gun laws are passed
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March For Our Lives May 14
3 months since the tragedy at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. We march for victims of gun violence who no longer can. Comment below why you continue to march for the safety of Americans.
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March For Our Lives SLC May 18
Today we laid on the ground outside the Utah State Capitol for 22 minutes - one minute for every school shooting in 2018. We are determined to fight for change even through the heartbreak.
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Ally Kornberger May 18
Langston Hughes wrote “Kids Who Die” in 1938. His words ring true today, 80 years later.
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March For Our Lives CLE May 18
Ten more beautiful souls taken from us today. Ten more families torn apart today. How many more have to die before something is done for gun reform? How much more blood must be spilled before we get meaningful and comprehensive policy change?
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Moe Hanuka May 12
When it comes to the Issue of preventing deaths, why are we focusing on guns? 844 overall deaths per 100,000 150 overall abortions per 100,000 12 GUN deaths per 100,000 Yet we want to ban guns???? not for our GUNS
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Dominic Lyon May 18
I thought think that now we have once again have a fatal shooting in Texas, we should have a second this year. We need to gather again, and rally together that we vote out every person bought by the NRA. RT if you agree.
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Ryan Deitsch May 12
The world we were born into was one of fear. A world where bombings & shootings punctuated Sesame Street. A world where our schools are built with so-called “Columbine Doors”. A scared world. We might’ve been born into fear, but we will not live in fear anymore.
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Matthew Cogdeill May 18
Replying to @Matthewcogdeill
📢 📢 Crisis Actors ✔️2nd Amendment is to Protect human Rights ✔️Allow People to DEFEND against ANYBODY who threatens to harm them or family INCLUDES Govt's Foreign & Domestic🇺🇸 [ The ]
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