El Paso Community Blames Trump: US Mass Shooting

Two consecutive mass shoots have erupted in the United States of Texas and Ohio when a gunman opened fire at a crowded Walmart store.

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The shooting took place in the town of El Paso in Texas, where a 21- year old gunmen fired at a mob in the Walmart street, killing 30 people and leaving many injured. The nation is in a state of shock and grief.

It has been reported that 26 others that were there in the street are severely injured until the killer was arrested by the Police in Oregon district. The neighborhood is known for its night club, bars, art galleries, and shop, in Dayton, Ohio early Sunday.

Donald Trump tweets “We must honor the sacred memory of those we have lost by acting as ONE PEOPLE. Open wounds cannot heal if we are divided. We must seek real, bipartisan solutions that will truly make safer and better for all.”

El Paso will organize a funeral home for the people that passed away in the shooting.

The Dayton and El Paso shootings were the third and fourth similar incidents across the country in the past week. In Mississippi, a shooting at a Walmart left two employees dead and a police officer wounded.

On July 28, a 19-year old man wearing tactile gear opened fire at the Gilroy Garlic Festival in California, killing three people, including two children. Chicago also saw a week of gun violence in a hospital that they had to temporarily stop accepting patients. The shootings growing rampant across the country.

President Trump has been requested to not visit the El Paso by El Paso Democrats because many in the community are blaming him for the weekend’s shootings on his inflammatory rhetoric and Republican gun control policies.

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