Mourners will visit the memorial to the victims of the shootings on Tuesday at an elementary school in Town Square, Yuvarde, on May 26, 2022, in Yuvalde, Texas.
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President Joe Biden tried to comfort his family on Sunday in the town of Uvalde, Texas. Federal officials have been shot at one of the country’s deadliest schools in a decade after announcing that law enforcement agencies would consider slow response.
Fury is a Yuvalde law enforcement decision to allow shooters to stay in the classroom for nearly an hour while police officers wait in the hallway and the children in the room seek help from the panicked 911. Overturned.
The President and First Lady Jill Biden wiped their tears when they visited the Robb Elementary School monument. There, a shooter killed 19 students and two teachers and placed a white rose on the school sign.
In the Catholic Church of the Sacred Heart of Yuvarde, the entire congregation was filled when Bydens attended the Mass. Bidens meet with the victim’s family, survivors, and first responders.
According to police, gunman 18-year-old Salvador Ramos entered school on Tuesday with an AR-15 semi-automatic rifle after killing his grandmother first.
Official reports of how police responded to the shooting were violently overturned. The U.S. Department of Justice said on Sunday that it would consider responding to local law enforcement agencies at the request of Uvalde Mayor Don McLaughlin.
Julian Moreno, a former minister of Primera Grecia Bautista and the great-grandfather of the murdered girl, said the police made a big mistake, but “they have to live by making the mistake of just waiting, so they I’m sorry for that. “
The Yuvalde shootings once again put gun control on the country’s top priority a few months before the November midterm elections. Proponents of the stronger gun law claim that the latest bloodshed is a turning point.
Democratic Biden has repeatedly called for major reforms in U.S. gun law, but can convince Republicans that mass shootings could be stopped and stricter regulations could stop the genocide. There wasn’t.
The visit to Texas is Biden’s third presidential trip to the shooting scene, New York earlier this month after gunners killed 10 blacks in a grocery store attack on Saturday afternoon. I visited Buffalo.
Biden was accompanied by Republican Governor Greg Abbott and other local civil servants on Sunday against the new gun restrictions.
“I need help, Governor Abbott,” some of the crowd shouted when Biden arrived at school. Others shouted, “Embarrassing, Abbott.”
White House aides and close allies can step into specific policy proposals or take enforcement measures against firearms to avoid confusing Biden’s delicate negotiations in the split Senate. It states that the sex is low.
Senate Democrats also dialed down rhetoric as negotiations continued during this week’s Memorial Day vacation.
“We have to be realistic about what we can achieve,” Senate Judiciary Chairman Dick Durbin told CNN’s “State of the Union” program on Sunday. Durbin’s fellow Democrats have narrow control over the 50-50 split Senate, but most bills require 60 votes to pass.
Vice President Kamala Harris called for a ban on assault-style rifles during his trip to Buffalo on Saturday, calling such firearms a “weapon of war.”
Key Republicans such as Texas U.S. Senator Ted Cruz, former President Donald Trump, and Abbott have rejected requests for new gun control measures and instead invested in mental health care or strengthened school security. I made a suggestion.
Ramos, a high school dropout, had no criminal record or history of mental illness, but posted a threatening message on social media.