Republican Senator Rick Scott of Florida has called for the death penalty for those who shoot guns at schools.
“We should consider an automatic death sentence for gunmen in schools,” Scott wrote on Twitter. Giving life imprisonment to insane monsters who break into our schools to kill innocent children and educators is not enough.
“This is terrible and must stop,” Senator Scott wrote, asking for prayers for all those facing the unthinkable attack in Nashville.
“Aren’t you tired of making this news?”
On the other hand, during the press conference about the attack, a woman who gave her name as Ashbey Beasley and said she was a veteran of the mass shooting, stood in front of the cameras and asked, “Aren’t you tired of making these news?” she reacted.
Stating that he is from Highland Park, Illinois, and was in Tennessee to visit a relative with his son, Beasley said, “My son and I survived the July 4 shooting last summer.”
Stating that he has met with more than 130 members of Congress in the capital since the attack in Highland Park, Beasley said, “How can this still be? How can our children still die and we fail to protect them?” used the phrases.
Pointing out that gun violence is the biggest cause of death of children and young people, Beasley said, “These mass shootings will continue until our lawmakers step up and pass the gun safety law. Aren’t you tired of this?” said.
Last year, 7 people were killed and 30 injured in a gun attack in Highland Park, Illinois, during the July 4th Independence Day celebrations.
It was shared that 22-year-old suspect Robert E. Crimo, who was caught fleeing in his vehicle after the attack on the same day, worked for weeks to plan the attack and fired more than 70 shots with his semi-automatic weapon.