7 day tweet volume :
Steve Kerr on today's tragic shooting in Uvalde, Texas. pic.twitter.com/lsJ8RzPcmC
Governor Abbott, if you have any decency, you will immediately withdraw from this weekend’s NRA convention and urge them to hold it anywhere but Texas.
Uvalde: AR-15
Buffalo: AR-15
Boulder: AR-15
Orlando: AR-15
Parkland: AR-15
Las Vegas: AR-15
Aurora, CO: AR-15
Sandy Hook: AR-15
Waffle House: AR-15
San Bernardino: AR-15
Midland/Odessa: AR-15
Poway synagogue: AR-15
Sutherland Springs: AR-15
Tree of Life Synagogue: AR-15
My sweet mommy , I will miss you forever. 🤍🕊 pic.twitter.com/SIxKrgX6Xi
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  • Steve Kerr on today's tragic shooting in Uvalde, Texas.
    @warriors
  • My sweet mommy , I will miss you forever. 🤍🕊
    @addy_celeste
  • Live from New York City
    @dinfowars
  • You are my hero @BetoORourke. From the bottom of my heart, for my daughter Jaime and all victims of gun violence, thank you.
    @fred_guttenberg
  • 'No Way To Prevent This,' Says Only Nation Where This Regularly Happens bit.ly/3LL7T7p
    @TheOnion
  • The Onion's main page
    @EoinHiggins_
  • this is insane
    @jasminericegirl
  • I'm happy one of them made it 😭
    @emiIydiaz
  • Remembering George Floyd today 🕊 (October 14, 1973 - May 25, 2020)
    @DionneGrant
  • Amerie Jo Garza's father, a med aide, says he found out she was one of the victims when he arrived on the scene and was helping another little girl covered in blood. She told him her best friend had been shot. When he asked her name, she said his daughter's. There aren't words.
    @kaitlancollins
  • The Onion is not playing today.
    @SandraTayler
  • Meet the Congressman representing Uvalde, Texas:
    @kenrudin
  • Xavier Lopez, 10. He was a 4th grader at Robb Elementary. His family confirms he died in today’s school shooting.
    @dilloncollier
  • This photo should be on the front page of every paper in Texas tomorrow. #txlege
    @reedgalen
  • After getting booted, Beto went outside and kept going
    @BFriedmanDC
  • god this is powerful
    @keithedwards
  • "It's on you." In a striking moment, Texas gubernatorial candidate @BetoORourke interrupts Gov. Greg Abbott's press conference about the Uvalde shooting.
    @therecount