Exotic Hook mom tears into Our elected representatives after Las Vegas massacre

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Sandy Hook mom tears into Congress after Las Vegas massacre

The mother of one of the children slain in the Sandy Hook school capturing tore into Congress following Weekend night’s mass shooting in Vegas.

Nelba Márquez-Greene â€? whose 6-year-old daughter, Ana Grace, was slain in the 2012 school shooting within Newtown, Conn. â€? tweeted the girl frustration over the U. S. government’s inability to take action on gun assault.

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“I don’t know what to say besides this is on every congressperson who said in ’13: There is simply nothing we could do,” Márquez-Greene wrote in a single of 18 tweets early Mon.

Twenty-six people � including 20 kids � were killed at Exotic Hook Elementary School in Newtown on Dec. 14, 2012. Within the weeks that followed, President Barack Obama pressed Congress to sanction stricter gun laws, but the hard work failed.

At least 58 people were killed and more than 489 others were injured on Weekend night when a gunman opened open fire from 32nd floor hotel room looking over a country music concert about what officials say is the deadliest bulk shooting in modern U. Ersus. history.

Márquez-Greene scoffed at those who held responsible the shooting on the media and it is coverage of political divisions uncovered by President Trump’s administration.

The shooter in Las Vegas was recognized as 64-year-old Stephen Paddock, a whitened male from Mesquite, Nev., law enforcement said. Officials believe he slain himself before a SWAT group breached his hotel room.

“Did you know u have congress people who rather than talk about gun legislation implied that we hadn’t prayed hard enough?” Márquez-Greene wrote. “There is no such thing as being in the wrong place at the wrong time when a 6 y.o. gets shot. There are only cowardly congresspeople.”

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