Wednesday, May 8, 2019

Colorado school shooting 6th grader said: " least half the kids in my class broke into tears when it started happening."

Just when I thought Republicans won, and finally got the country desensitized enough to accept the inevitable next school shooting, this story and interview happened. 

Must Watch: Note the 6th graders reactions, something that should hopefully open a few peoples eyes. And remember that an 18 year old threw himself in front of a bullet to stop the shooter. It's heart wrenching stuff Republicans everywhere don't care about in the least. Phony freedom and guns, that's what counts. Thank the conservative activist Supreme Court for reredfining the 2nd Amendment:
Nate Holley, a 6th grader at STEM School Highlands Ranch on Wednesday spoke with CNN’s Brooke Baldwin about the moment two shooters opened fire at his school, describing how he kept his hand on a metal baseball bat because he “was going to go down fighting.”

In the heart-wrenching interview, Holley and his father Steve Holley, spoke about Tuesday’s shooting in Douglas County, Colorado, which claimed the life of 18-year-old Kendrick Castillo — who lunged at one of the gunman as other students fled to safety — and injured eight others.
Nate Holley said this...
"It was incredibly scary during it, and at least half the kids in my class broke into tears when it started happening." 
That was not something I was expecting to hear...what is wrong with our country?

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