‘F*****G ENOUGH’: Chris Evans joins LeBron and Obama in outrage at Uvalde school massacre

'Like when is enough man!!! These are kids and we keep putting them in harms way at school', LeBron James expressed in his tweet


                            ‘F*****G ENOUGH’: Chris Evans joins LeBron and Obama in outrage at Uvalde school massacre
Celebrities react to the Texas elementary school shooting carried out by 18-year-old gunman Salvador Ramos, killing 18 children (Getty Images)
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America was faced with a tragedy with the recent Uvalde, Texas elementary school shooting with many taking to Twitter to express their grief. The elementary school shooting was carried out by an 18-year-old gunman, Salvador Ramos, who killed 18 children and 3 adults at Robb Elementary School on Tuesday, May 24. This incident further amplifies the troubling youth as it took place merely 10 days after the Buffalo shooting. The incident has ticked off many celebrities and politicians such as Chris Evans, LeBron James, Barack Obama, and more.

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The incident has shaken the entire United States including celebrities and politicians who voiced their support for the grieving families. The number of casualties is expected to go higher, counting 18 as of now. The shooter, Salvador, was also killed by the two responding officers who were shot but their injuries were not that serious. Governor Greg Abbot revealed that the shooting started around noon. It is believed that the gunman abandoned his vehicle and entered the school with a handgun, and might have also carried a rifle. The rest of the details remain ambiguous

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It is also said that Salvador, the 18-year-old-gunman, reportedly shot his grandmother before he left for school. The Internet is grieving and extending its support to the suffering families. The governor further added, "I have no further information about the connection between those two shootings." While the motives of the shooting remain unclear, the situation is pretty upsetting. Check out the image of the shooter below.

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Celebrities tweet about the Texas mass shooting

LeBron James tweeted with a heavy heart, "My thoughts and prayers goes out to the families of love ones loss & injured at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, TX! Like when is enough enough man!!! These are kids and we keep putting them in harms way at school. Like seriously "AT SCHOOL" where it's suppose to be the safest!" Following the frustration, Chris Evans tweeted, "F*****G ENOUGH!!!!"

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Well-known politicians like Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton also extended their hearts out to the families who lost their loved ones. Obama tweeted, "May God bless the memory of the victims, and in the words of Scripture, heal the brokenhearted and bind up their wounds." Hilly Clinton backed up the same sentiments advising the use of legislators to stop gun violence, "Thoughts and prayers are not enough. After years of nothing else, we are becoming a nation of anguished screams. We simply need legislators willing to stop the scourge of gun violence in America that is murdering our children."

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President Joe Biden addressed the nation after returning to The White House after a five-day Asia trip. Biden tweeted, "As a nation we must ask: When in God’s name will we stand up to the gun lobby? When in God’s name will we do what needs to be done? I’m sick and tired of it. We have to act." He posted another tweet saying, " Tonight, there are parents who will never see their child again. Parents who will never be the same. To lose a child is to have a piece of your soul ripped away forever. I ask the nation to pray for them — to give them strength in the darkness."

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