Donald Trump Tweets About The Wrong Mass Shooting
Fake sympathy and pointless tweets. Repeat.
Yesterday, sad news broke about a mass shooting that claimed the lives of multiple people in a rural area of Northern, Cali called Tehama. In an update on details about the shooting, five people were killed after a gunman sprayed an elementary school with bullets, ten more were injured. The LA Times reports the killing spree started with the unnamed gunman by his own property. There, he killed a man and a female neighbor he had an ongoing feud with. Authorities are unsure why he chose to extend his victims to those killed at the nearby school. The gunman was eventually killed in a shoot out with police.
Moving along, Donald Trump tweeted about a tragedy last night, seemingly sympathetic BUT it reads like the POTUS didn’t know which shooting he was talking about. He wrote:
May God be with the people of Sutherland Springs, Texas. The FBI and Law Enforcement has arrived.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 15, 2017
The Sutherland Springs incident is the same mass shooting that took place at a church last week. The tweet has since been deleted.
High key, sad.