Gun control advocates rush Blackburn

Leftists swooped in on GOP Sen. Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee after lawmakers issued a statement responding to the deadly school shooting that occurred Monday at a Nashville Christian school.

The gunman who killed three children and three adults at Covenant School was fatally shot by police.

“Chuck and I are heartbroken to hear about the shooting at the Covenant School in Nashville,” Blackburn said tweeted. “My office is in contact with federal, state and local officials and we stand ready to help. Thank you to the first responders working on site. Please join us in prayer for those affected.”

California Gov. Gavin Newsom responded to Blackburn’s post by urging the senator to approve “sound gun laws.”

“They have received $1,306,130 in donations from the NRA. You voted against the latest bipartisan arms package in June. If you’re that ‘ready to help’ — start doing your job and enacting sensible gun laws that will help prevent tragedies like the one happening today,” Newsom tweeted.

Democratic Rep. Jimmy Gomez of California claimed Blackburn doesn’t care about doing anything to protect children. tweet“0. That’s how much f— you give when it comes to actually doing something to protect our children.”

Gun control activist David Hogg, who was a student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. when a mass shooting occurred there in 2018, suggested that Blackburn and others facilitated school shootings.

“Let me rewrite that for you. Chuck and I are heartbroken to hear about the shooting at Covenant School in Nashville, made possible by NRA puppets like me who are willing to leave kids alone[***]slaughtered as long as the NRA keeps giving me millions,” Hogg answered to Blackburn’s post.

Blackburn is vocation for more security in schools to protect the students.

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