Just 2 days ago, a Gay Liberal and a female minor in transition to whatever she is transitioning to, entered the STEM School Highlands Ranch, a charter school located in Douglas County, Colorado where they proceed to start shooting students. They were attacked and overpowered by other students but unfortunately one of them, Kendricks Castillo, became the only mortal victim.
A “memorial” service was held at the gym of the school last night. I use the quotation marks because it quickly evolved into a political Anti Gun tirade. First were Senator Michael Bennet and Representative Jason Crow, but then and displaying the colors was Laura Reeves, volunteer with Moms Demand.
These were kids to came to grieve for their fallen friend who gave his life defending them and they are forced to endure the vultures of Gun Control peddling their bloody message.
It was reported that students got upset with all the political puppetry and many walked out of the event.
Students at a vigil for the STEM School shooting in Highlands Ranch reportedly walked out of the event after Democrat politicians Jason Crow and Michael Bennet made remarks and students said the tragedy was being politicized.
Outside, students chanted: “Mental health!” pic.twitter.com/sQpTfAUWCs
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) May 9, 2019
Our enemies are vile scum.
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Good for those kids, from the start of the incident, through this.
Those kids walking out, and making statements as they did, gives me a small glimmer of hope for the future generations, and the future of this country.
It is a STEM school, not your average public indoctrination factory. These kids have the ability to think their way through a problem, and reach conclusions based on facts, not emotions.
The real interesting thing here is that the people putting on this charade did not realize this. They just assumed they had a new Parkland kids group.
Refreshing to see that some kinds are smarter than the adults trying to manipulate them.
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