Survivors of the Parkland, Fla., shooting expressed outrage and called out Florida politicians and the National Rifle Association after a mass shooting at a video game tournament in Jacksonville on Sunday, The Hill reports.
Parkland students who became activists against gun violence, including David Hogg and Delaney Tarr, were among those who reacted to Sunday’s shooting.
According to the Jacksonville Police Department, the incident resulted to “multiple fatalities” after a gunman opened fire at a “Madden NFL 19” tournament at the GLHF Game Bar in downtown Jacksonville.
“How many mass shootings in your state will it take for you to do something?” Hogg tweeted as he tagged US Sen. Marco Rubio.
If you see any outlet report the name of the shooter or show their face immediately call them and demand they edit the name and face out and if they refuse simply unsubscribe and unfollow. #NoNotoriety
— David Hogg (@davidhogg111) August 26, 2018
“There’s nothing I hate more than having to use the hashtag #AnotherFLShooting, but people need to realize that THIS KEEPS HAPPENING,” wrote Tarr, a survivor of the Valentine’s Day massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Feb. 14, 2018.
— Delaney Tarr (@delaneytarr) August 26, 2018
Fred Guttenberg, whose daughter was among 17 people killed by former student Nikolas Cruz wrote: “To NRA, gun lobby, manufacturers and everyone else, enough of your moronic twisting of the 2nd amendment,” Guttenberg tweeted. “We have a right to public safety. Enough of your BS.”
Here is video of what the latest mass shooting, happening now, sounds like. Warning, it is disturbing. To NRA, gun lobby, manufacturers and everyone else, enough of your moronic twisting of the 2nd amendment. We have a right to public safety. Enough of your BS. https://t.co/7JtP9psp79
— Fred Guttenberg (@fred_guttenberg) August 26, 2018
Watch the video below: