Artists shocked after shooting Texas

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Actors and musicians react on Twitter shocked at the news of the shooting in Texas. At a high school in Santa Fe were at least ten people killed when a gunman opened fire. Ten others were injured.

Alyssa Milano said on may 5 during #NoRA (No Rifle Association), one of the many protests during the annual NRA conference

“My prayers and thoughts go out to the students, school and families of those affected by the incident in the Santa Fe High School” tweets actor William Shatner.”All of my love goes out to the students and families in Santa Fe, Texas. We can do better than this. We have to be better than this,” said talkshowhost Ellen DeGeneres.

Actress Mia Farrow from her concern about the large number of shootings at schools: “More children are shot and killed: at Least eight people were killed during Santa Fe High School shooting. This is the third school shooting in eight days, and the 22nd of this year.”

’How much?’

Actress Alyssa Milano is evil about the mighty wapenlobbyclub NRA. “And what do you think? The NRA is such a tragedy to get even more weapons to sell. If you are a politician who is too cowardly to say no to the money and the requirements of the NRA, we will make it our mission to make your way to vote – Republican or Democrat.”

In a following tweet she adds: “And the most important, I say to the community of Santa Fe and the parents who send their children tonight, not at home; there are no words. Only pain. I promise that each stage and each voice I use to stop this madness. I’m on your side. ”

“How much? My god, help us!”, is the cry for help of singer and actress colleague Bette Midler. Singer Fergie writes: “the battle of these horrific events. Santa Fe, Texas, we support you.”

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