i am sick to my stomach hearing about what is going on in florida 😭 praying deeply for everyone affected. my heart is broken
— madison beer (@madisonbeer) February 14, 2018
Hailey Baldwin, Anna Paquin, Gloria Estefan and more celebs shared their petitions and distress for the casualties of the Feb. 14 shooting at Majory Stoneman Douglas High School in different tweets and it’s really tragic. After shooter Nikolas Cruz purportedly slaughtered 17 individuals and harmed scores progressively, numerous are communicating their failure about another shooting. “Sending all my adoration and supplications to the families influenced in Florida. More lives lost because of weapon brutality.. I don’t see how this is as yet occurring after all the shocking tragedies we’ve seen! My heart is in pieces today.,” Hailey’s tweet perused. “#PrayersforFlorida My heart breaks for every one of those influenced by this catastrophe,” Anna posted.
Gloria utilized the online networking outlet to discuss her affection for Florida and how vexed she is that the general population there have been by and by hit by disaster. “What’s more, on this day that we ought to commend love, my dearest Florida is indeed ambushed by firearm brutality. Once more silly wretchedness is dispensed on the friends and family of blameless casualties whose exclusive dread ought to have been not having the capacity to complete their homework.🙏🏻What now?,” she tweeted. Ellen DeGeneres additionally tweeted about the terrible occurrence with a passionate post that read, “No words, no activities, no laws are sufficient until the point when we end this pandemic of school shootings in our nation. My heart is with the understudies and guardians of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.”
— Anna Paquin (@AnnaPaquin) February 14, 2018
Different celebs that stood up about the shooting included Madison Beer, George Takei, Josh Gad, Gabrielle Union and that’s just the beginning. The Florida shooting was the eighteenth school shooting of 2018, as indicated by Everytown for Gun Safety and every one has kept on raising the two sides of disputable weapon laws.
19th school shooting of a year less than two months long. This one on my home town in my home state. How many kids need to die? How many more fu*#ing times do we need to hear “now’s not the time to discuss this?” Dozens more? Hundreds more? Thousands? Will it ever matter? https://t.co/YP7pt5iZ98
— Josh Gad (@joshgad) February 14, 2018
We send mending musings to every one of those influenced by the shooting at Majory Stoneman Douglas High School.
It is clear now more than ever that something must be done to stop these violent and horrific acts–my heart goes out to all those affected by this senseless tragedy. https://t.co/C99tWeWEpr
— George Takei (@GeorgeTakei) February 14, 2018