This Teenage Florida Shooting Survivor's Passionate Anti-Gun Speech Is Going Viral


Teachers and students are joining together after a school shooting that killed 17 to protest against guns nationwide. The caller was concerned Cruz could attack a school. He carried out the rampage armed with a legally obtained AR-15 rifle which he wielded with expertise gained as a graduate of "gun education" courses sponsored by the National Rifle Association. "There's barely any time for them to save their skins, and if they don't turn around right now and state their open support for this movement, they're going to be left behind because you're either with us or you're against us at this point". "What the ultimate disposition of that building is, we don't have any definitive answer".

"That was so modest, I would have told it much differently", Trump to the officer. Speakers included students and teachers from Marjory Stonemason Douglas. Police investigating possible terrorism.

"Kids shouldn't have to walk by and even look at that building".

"If the president wants to come up to me and tell me to my face that it was a bad tragedy, and how it should never have happened, and maintain telling us how nothing is going to be done about it, I'm going to happily ask him how much money he received from the National Rifle Association", Gonzalez said, sparking cheers and applause. The school system's announcement did not say when classes would resume.

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U.S. authorities have come under mounting scrutiny for failing to act on a series of warning signs.

The FBI said Friday that someone who knew Cruz called an agency tip line on January 5 and left information about Cruz's "gun ownership, desire to kill people, erratic behavior, and disturbing social media posts, as well as the potential of him conducting a school shooting".

Glenis Rosario carries balloons to the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Feb. 18, 2018 in Parkland, Fla. "And I'm very hopeful that this is the time that we see this nation's leadership united to solve a problem that could've prevented atrocities", said Scott. "It was heart-wrenching".

An official GoFundMe campaign has been created by the Broward Education Foundation.

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19-year-old Nikolas Cruz is facing 17 counts of murder in the Wednesday afternoon shooting. The parents frantically calling their children's cellphones, hearing their panicked calls go straight to voice mail, slowly coming to understand that they would never hug their child again.

"The killer has his constitutional rights - has decided not to speak. Since he was in middle school, it was no surprise to anyone who knew him to hear that he was the shooter", Ms Gonzalez said, just one day after the Federal Bureau of Investigation admitted it failed to act on a tip off about Mr Cruz.

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- President Donald Trump will hold a listening session with high school students this week following the deadly school shooting in Florida.

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The anguished mother of a girl slain with 16 other people by a gunman at a Florida high school took to national television on Thursday to angrily demand that U.S. President Donald Trump "do something" to protect school children from gun violence. But instead of being directed by politicians, many who have offered "thoughts and prayers" but no policy solutions, the high school students who survived have used their social media to lead the conversation. "We will come at them and do whatever it takes to change the way our state runs and the nation [operates]".