Ten people are reportedly dead after this morning’s horrific shooting at Santa Fe High School in Texas:
UPDATE: At least 10 are dead in the Santa Fe, Texas, school shooting, law enforcement sources tell CBS News; 2 other students, 1 school resource officer and 1 law enforcement officer have been injured https://t.co/oqRZUFvJK4 pic.twitter.com/lApv68xJLO
— CBS News (@CBSNews) May 18, 2018
But Shannon Watts is far from the only ghoulish lefty lacing up her grave-dancing shoes at this news. MSNBC contributor, Resistance thought leader, and grifter extraordinaire Scott Dworkin is right there with her:
Always on schedule. ? https://t.co/h1S0fAsOBn
— Chad Felix Greene (@chadfelixg) May 18, 2018
Kids were murdered in a shooting at Santa Fe High School today. But don’t worry, the Republican Congress will send their thoughts and prayers. They won’t actually do anything to prevent it from happening again. But thankfully we have their thoughts and prayers. Pathetic traitors.
— Scott Dworkin (@funder) May 18, 2018
Who’s pathetic, Scott?
Prayers are not a policy or a cure all and never were. We pray for the souls of the departed. We did it at wakes and funerals. My sister died of cancer and I prayed. I did not blame politicians or doctors for not coming up with a policy that cures cancer.
— Tim O'Brien (@Timobns) May 18, 2018
It’s almost as if gun grabbers like Scott Dworkin care more about pushing their agenda than they do about the dead.
What about all those years that the Dems were in the majority? Many of them still are there. Are they traitors too?
— Ruth S (@RooteeJ) May 18, 2018
Dworkin won’t answer. Because for people like him, gun violence is merely a means to a political end.
Kids were murdered in a shooting at Santa Fe High School today. But don’t worry, Scott Dworkin will send his tweets. He won’t actually do anything to prevent it from happening again. But thankfully we have his tweets. Hero. pic.twitter.com/EI3zpoeq0J
— Justin Holcomb (@JustinLHolcomb) May 18, 2018
Just curious but what did you do to prevent it? Or what will you do to prevent the next one? I promise you raging on twitter won't do anything.
— David Nathanael Ryan (@DavidNathanaelx) May 18, 2018
Parting evergreen question:
Why aren’t they ever mad at the shooter?
— Donna Is Busy (@Donna__Bee) May 18, 2018