So much for a solemn moment of silence in the House chamber to remember the victims of the mass shooting in Orlando early Sunday morning. A moment was apparently all they got before House Democrats began demanding gun control legislation, shouting in unison, “Where’s the bill?”

Several Democrats, including Rep. Katherine Clark (D-Mass.), have let it be known they’re done with moments of silence.

Rep. Seth Moulton (D-Mass.) says that he walked out of the moment of silence and will never observe another for victims of a mass shooting.

That’s Rep. Jim Himes (D-Conn.), who asserted on the House floor that the House of Representatives itself was “complicit in the weekly bloodshed.”

Himes also made a passing reference to the “madman with the military-grade weapon,” for what it’s worth. The panel also would have accepted “Islamic terrorist with a handgun.”