Amanda Gorman shares hot poem about Texas shooting: ‘One nation shot’

Amanda Gorman tweeted a poem about an attack in Uvalde, Texas, where a shooter killed at least 19 students and two adults at Robb Elementary School on Tuesday (May 24).

“Schools are afraid of death. The truth is that he was educated under his desk and stooped to dodge bullets. The 23-year-old poet wrote:

“You need monsters to kill children. But to see monsters continue to kill children and do nothing is not just crazy, it is inhumane,” Gorman wrote.

“The truth is a country that has been shot.

“What if we just tried? What will happen to us if we just listen?”

18-year-old gunslinger Salvador Ramos. A student from Uvalde High School was shot and killed by police in a group shooting alone.

According to State Senator Roland Gutierrez, Ramos hinted at the attack on social media. “I suggested that children be careful,” the lawmaker told reporters.

The shooter is said to have shot the grandmother before driving to Rob Elementary School just before noon on Tuesday.

“The suspect entered the school, and as soon as they entered the school, everyone, children and teachers, started shooting,” said Christopher Olivarez of Texas Public Security Service. told the local press.

Shortly after the incident, US President Joe Biden said it was time to “turn this pain into action” and finally make meaningful changes to US gun laws.

“Why do we want to live with this carnage?” He said at the White House. “Where there is our backbone in the name of God, having the courage to deal with this problem and face the crisis [gun] lobby?”

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The school was closed after the shooting. The students there were transferred to the St Willie Delon Civic Center where they would be reunited with their parents.

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