Angry Americans call out gun violence, politicians

Fed-up Individuals lambasted the nation’s gun-violence disaster Monday after a shooter opened fireplace at a Fourth of July parade exterior of Chicago, killing at the least six and wounding 24. 

“I grew up in Highland Park and this parade is a spotlight of the yr for thus many households,” actress Rachel Brosnahan wrote on Twitter Monday in response to the taking pictures within the rich suburb. 

“I’m sick to my abdomen each time information like this comes out, however I don’t want the pit in your abdomen as you name your loved ones and associates to ensure everyone seems to be okay on anybody. No phrases.” 

It’s unclear how the taking pictures began or if the gunman has been apprehended. 

New York Occasions bestselling writer Melanie Benjamin wrote a tweet blaming the NRA and Republican politicians for the violence. 

“Mass taking pictures at a 4th of July parade in Highland Park, a really prosperous suburb 25 miles north of Chicago. Thanks, N-fuc***g-R-A, Mitch McConnell & all the opposite politicians in that terrorist group’s pocket,” wrote Benjamin, who penned “Mistress of the Ritz” amongst different tomes. 

Melanie Benjamin
Melanie Benjamin shared her ideas on the ugly occasion.
Rachel Brosnahan @RachelBros
Rachel Brosnahan is acquainted with Highland Park.
Sean Casten @SeanCasten
Sean Casten shares his frustration over the taking pictures.
Police rush to analyze the scene.
Folding chairs are left after gunfire erupted at a Fourth of July parade
Parade goers evacuate the world, leaving their belongings behind.

Congressman Sean Casten (D-IL) tweeted, “Not once more.” 

“I’m so sick of a US Senate that retains watching individuals get shot and retains concluding that the factor we have to defend greater than anything at this second is the filibuster,” Casten wrote

“Half-assed platitudes in lieu of motion are killing individuals.”

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