United States high school shooting survivors blast Trump


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TEEN SURVIVORS OF THE FLORIDA MASSACRE ARE MARCHING ON WASHINGTON for gun reform. “This is about us begging for our lives”, said Cameron Kasky, a junior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. [HuffPost]

Sarcastic comment on the Florida bloodbath: The Florida school shooting proves we need to arm every child over the age of six months for their own protection. Americans’ insistence about their right to guns is tied in with their Christian belief system. As we all know, when Jesus was asked what he would do if someone slapped him on his right cheek, he responded: ‘Load my A15 semi-automatic rifle and fire at random strangers in a shopping centre in Nazareth’: here.

NRA defends grant to Parkland shooting suspect’s rifle team, lashes out at critics: here.

THE FLORIDA SHOOTING SUSPECT WAS REPORTEDLY ABLE TO BUY 10 GUNS IN THE LAST YEAR And passed a background check immediately. At the funeral of a teacher who died protecting his students, his fiancee revealed he told her what to say in case he died in a school shooting. The New York Post and Anderson Cooper both slammed Trump for golfing this weekend amid funerals for the Florida school shooting victims. And a White House official called the shooting a “reprieve” from the onslaught of bad coverage for the Trump administration. [HuffPost]

HUFFPOST OPINION: ‘I HAVE WRITTEN THE SAME STORY ON MASS SHOOTINGS A DOZEN TIMES’ “The men who commit mass-casualty atrocities are almost unfailingly abusers, empowered by easily accessible firearms that lend them the exhilarating feeling of control that they so desperately desire.” [HuffPost]

SOME CONSERVATIVES HAVE TRIED TO DISCREDIT OUTSPOKEN FLORIDA SHOOTING SURVIVORS Saying they’re being used as tools in a left-wing conspiracy or biased because they’re related to FBI agents. This aide to a Florida GOP lawmaker was fired after calling them “actors.” [HuffPost]

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  1. https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/white-house-gun-law-protest_us_5a8b0642e4b05c2bcacdfb39
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    > High School Students Lead Protest Against Gun Violence In Front Of White House
    > Several student-led demonstrations also erupted across Florida on Presidents Day.
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    > WASHINGTON ― Dozens of students gathered in front of the White House on Monday to demand changes to gun laws , just days after a mass shooting at a Florida high school left 17 people dead.
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    > The demonstration was organized by Teens For Gun Reform , an organization created by students in the Washington, D.C., area in the wake of Wednesday’s shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.
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    > Protesters participated in what they said would be a three-minute lie-in, which began around 12:30 p.m. on Presidents Day. They lay down in front of the White House “in representation of the victims of school shootings,” according to a post on the group’s Facebook page.
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    > “By doing this, we will make a statement on the atrocities which have been committed due to the lack of gun control, and send a powerful message to our government that they must take action now,” the group wrote on Facebook.
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    > Following the lie-in, protesters continued to hold signs in support of stricter guns laws and shouted phrases including “Shame on you” and “Disarm hate” toward the White House. The group also chanted “No more deaths,” “Am I next?” and “Hey, hey, NRA, how many kids have you killed today?”
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    > Elodie Camus, a 15-year-old student at the British International School of Washington, D.C., participated in the White House protest Monday with her mother.
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    > U.S. gun laws “have put so many people in danger over the years in this country and there needs to be reform,” Camus told HuffPost, adding that she no longer feels “safe at all” at school.
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    > “Something needs to be changed so not as many people are harmed,” she said.

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    > Elodie Camus, protesting with her friend, doesn’t feel as safe in school anymore
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    > — Doha Madani (@DohaMadani) 10:01 AM – Feb 19, 2018
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    > Last week’s massacre at the South Florida high school, in which a 19-year-old former student opened fire using an assault-style rifle, sparked protests and calls to action from students nationwide.
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    > A group of students who survived the Parkland shooting have been outspoken in their criticism of President Donald Trump and lawmakers who receive financial contributions from gun lobbying groups such as the National Rifle Association. On Sunday, the students announced plans for a march on Washington on March 24 to demand congressional action on gun violence.
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    > Felicia Garber, whose two daughters survived the Parkland shooting, was in D.C.. with her family when she heard about Monday’s protest and decided to attend the demonstration.
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    > “We felt it was important to be present and thank the people who felt it was worth coming out here on this cold, dreary, rainy holiday to help let whoever is in this beautiful White House know that we will not take this any longer,” Garber told HuffPost.
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    > “These legislators need to step up for our children and not just for these lobbyists,” she continued. ”[Parkland] kids are smart, educated, savvy … and they are outraged. These are young adults who are ready and unforgiving, and I can only hope this is the beginning of the change they can create for our country.”
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    > Several other student-led protests against gun violence erupted across Florida on Monday. Students staged a walk out at Olympic Heights Community High School in West Boca Raton, while parents joined their kids in front of American Heritage School in Plantation just 30 miles to the south.
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    > Another student-led protest in response to the Stoneman Douglas High massacre. This one is happening now outside American Heritage School. The kids, joined by some parents, are demanding more gun control. @nbc6 — Ari Odzer (@ariodzernbc6) 7:45 AM – Feb 19, 2018
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    > Student protest in front of Hollywood, FL City Hall: “What Do We Want? Gun Control!” #ParklandShooting — Audra Burch (@abscribe) 7:40 AM – Feb 19, 2018 <https://twitter.com/abscribe/status/965612030437847041

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