KS lawmakers react to TX elementary school shooting – Wichita, Kansas

Wichita, Kansas 2022-05-24 21:11:55 –

Yuvalde, Texas (KSNW) —At least Eighteen children and one teacher killed in a shooting in Yuvarde, TexasNear San Antonio on Tuesday afternoon.

Governor Greg Abbott said an 18-year-old suspect identified as Salvador Ramos of Yuvalde had abandoned his car and entered school, firing with a pistol and perhaps a rifle, and then the corresponding policeman shot him to death.

Kansas parliamentarians expressed concern about the situation and prayed to the victims and their families.

Senator Roger Marshall, Said in a tweet” [18] A teacher and a child who died in Texas today. Our hearts and prayers are with our families in this incredibly difficult time. “

Senator Jerry Moran I went to twitter and said“Donkey and I are heartbroken. This is horrifying news and a nightmare for all parents, teachers, or communities. We, along with all Americans, lost this meaningless act of evil. We mourn the lives of our children and teachers. “

Rep. Ron Estes said In a Facebook post“The stories and images from Yuvarde, Texas are horrifying and heartbreaking. We mourn these lost lives together as a nation and pray for the healing and resurrection of this nation.”

Rep. Jake Rattaner Tweet“The news from Yuvalde, Texas is heartbreaking. Please pray with me as the victim’s family and the entire Yuvalde community navigate this horrific event. The brave law that arrived at the scene. Thanks to the bailiff and the first responder. “

Sharice Davids Post on twitter“Today, the family of Yuvalde, Texas, who lost their loved ones, is heartbroken. Most of them are young children who have left many lives. Another community is the pointless act of gun violence. Reworking on the catastrophic fallout from. When is it enough? “

President Joe Biden held a press conference to address the country on Tuesday afternoon.

“Where does our spine have the courage to confront in the name of God? [gun] “Lobby,” Biden said on Tuesday night. “It’s time to put this pain into action.”

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