Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) on Monday called for a “conversation about how to stop gun violence” following the deadly mass shooting in Las Vegas, Nevada, adding that “thoughts & prayers are NOT enough.”
“Tragedies like Las Vegas have happened too many times. We need to have the conversation about how to stop gun violence. We need it NOW,” Warren wrote in a tweet storm.
I’m heartsick for the victims of last night’s massacre in Las Vegas & their loved ones.
— Elizabeth Warren (@SenWarren) October 2, 2017
“I’m heartsick for the victims of last night’s massacre in Las Vegas & their loved ones,” Warren wrote.
“I’m heartsick for people in Nevada & across the country who woke up to this news & are worried that their family & friends are ok.”
The Hill added:
Lawmakers Monday morning issued statements mourning the victims and praying for those affected. Warren, however, said thoughts and prayers “are not enough.”
“Thoughts & prayers are NOT enough. Not when more moms & dads will bury kids this week, & more sons & daughters will grow up without parents,” she said.