Contests former Rep. Katie Hill tweet support to her former school Saugus High after mass shooting

Former Congressman Katie Hill in California went to the Santa Clarita school where a shooter opened fire and over her & # 39; heartache & # 39; spoke about the tragedy.

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Hill, who recently resigned as a congresswoman who represented California, regularly published updates on social media when she revealed the latest shooting close to home.

She claimed in one chatter: & # 39; My god, active shooter in my high school. So far 7 injured. Not sure if the suspect was caught. Pray for everyone … we have so many campaign trainees and volunteers who go there. & # 39;

Former Congressman Katie Hill in California went to the Santa Clarita school where a shooter opened fire and over her & # 39; heartache & # 39; spoke about the tragedy

Former Congressman Katie Hill in California went to the Santa Clarita school where a shooter opened fire and over her & # 39; heartache & # 39; spoke about the tragedy

Embattled Hill tweeted support from its former school Saugus High Thursday

Embattled Hill tweeted support from its former school Saugus High Thursday

Embattled Hill tweeted support from its former school Saugus High Thursday

One woman was killed and at least four others were injured in a shooting at a high school north of Los Angeles on Thursday, triggering a police hunt for a student who was found injured and detained
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One woman was killed and at least four others were injured in a shooting at a high school north of Los Angeles on Thursday, triggering a police hunt for a student who was found injured and detained

One woman was killed and at least four others were injured in a shooting at a high school north of Los Angeles on Thursday, triggering a police hunt for a student who was found injured and detained

She later said that all schools were closed and the last thing she heard was that & # 39; a suspect was on her way to her primary school nearby.

Hill went back after earlier this month after having a three-sided affair with a young campaign worker on Wednesday, just when the House Ethics Committee announced it would investigate her.

In a letter to her voters from California, Hill, 32, said she knew the "throuple" relationship was inappropriate.

& # 39; But I allowed it, despite my better judgment & # 39 ;, she wrote. & # 39; I apologize for that. & # 39;

She said that the affair in which Kenny Heslep, her nine-year-old husband, was also involved, & # 39; during the last tumultuous years of my marriage of abuse. & # 39;

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One woman was killed and at least four others were injured in a shooting at a high school north of Los Angeles on Thursday, triggering a police hunt for a student who was found injured and detained.

Police and ambulances swarmed the area around the Saugus High School in Santa Clarita, 40 miles north of Los Angeles, after the early-morning shooting children run out of the area in panic.

Meanwhile, Democrat Bernie Sanders claimed that the latest tragedy called for an urgent need for better legislation on arms security.

He also took a swipe at Republican Senator Mitch McConnell for refusing & # 39; security measures & # 39; to take & # 39; at the same time & # 39; the shooting happened.

The presidential candidate for 2020 claimed: & # 39; this must end. Children in America should not live in fear of their life at school or anywhere else. We have a moral obligation to say: the lives of children are more important than the profit of weapon manufacturers.

Police and ambulances swarmed the area around the Saugus High School in Santa Clarita, 40 miles north of Los Angeles, after the early morning shoot panic children run away from the area
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Police and ambulances swarmed the area around the Saugus High School in Santa Clarita, 40 miles north of Los Angeles, after the early morning shoot panic children run away from the area

Police and ambulances swarmed the area around the Saugus High School in Santa Clarita, 40 miles north of Los Angeles, after the early morning shoot panic children run away from the area

Meanwhile, Democrat Bernie Sanders claimed that the latest tragedy called for an urgent need for better legislation on arms security.

Meanwhile, Democrat Bernie Sanders claimed that the latest tragedy called for an urgent need for better legislation on arms security.

Meanwhile, Democrat Bernie Sanders claimed that the latest tragedy called for an urgent need for better legislation on arms security.

Sanders also took a swipe at Republican Senator Mitch McConnell for refusing & # 39; security measures & # 39; to take & # 39; at the same time & # 39; the shooting took place

Sanders also took a swipe at Republican Senator Mitch McConnell for refusing & # 39; security measures & # 39; to take & # 39; at the same time & # 39; the shooting took place

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Sanders also took a swipe at Republican Senator Mitch McConnell for refusing & # 39; security measures & # 39; to take & # 39; at the same time & # 39; the shooting took place

& # 39; We must pass common sense security legislation. & # 39;

Meanwhile, Senator Elizabeth Warren, Massachusetts, informed D-Mass that she is & # 39; heartless for the victims of this horrific shooting and their families. & # 39;

& # 39; We shouldn't live like that. Students should not live in fear when they go to school. We must act now to put an end to the gun violence.

2020 California presidential candidate and senator Kamala Harris also claimed:

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"Heartache and praying for Santa Clarita. I am very grateful to the first responders who are in this active situation.

"If you are in the area, listen to the police. Our children and communities are being terrorized. We cannot accept this. & # 39;

2020 California presidential candidate and senator Kamala Harris claimed that she was deeply saddened by the latest shooting at school

2020 California presidential candidate and senator Kamala Harris claimed that she was deeply saddened by the latest shooting at school

2020 California presidential candidate and senator Kamala Harris claimed that she was deeply saddened by the latest shooting at school

Massachusetts Senator said she was shocked at the last shooting and said lawmakers should now act to put an end to gun violence

Massachusetts Senator said she was shocked at the last shooting and said lawmakers should now act to put an end to gun violence

Massachusetts Senator said she was shocked at the last shooting and said lawmakers should now act to put an end to gun violence

Senator Dianne Feinstein urged the public to comply with emergency messages and said she was monitoring the current situation.

California House Representative Katie Porter said that her heart broke for families and students affected by the shooting and called for measures to control violence against weapons.

In a tweet she said: "My heart breaks for our neighbors in Santa Clarita and our children, who have to grow up in a world where they cannot go to school without fear. This one. Must. End. It is time for our senate and our president to say #EnoughIsEnough. They can start by adopting H.R.8 in the law.

Democrat congressman Tim Ryan, who represents Ohio, reacted shockingly to the last shooting incident at school.

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In a Tweet he claimed: "My heart breaks for Saugus High School and the Santa Clarita community. How many still?. & # 39;

Mitch McConnell? Our children cannot live like this. The Senate must #DoSomething, we must take action against gun violence.

Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend, Indiana, wrote that it's time to hold the NRA and our Washington leaders accountable.

& # 39; We don't have all the details of the horrible events in Santa Clarita yet. But we do know that children in America today are afraid of going to school.

& # 39; Parents and teachers are terrified. And that is impossible. It's time to hold the NRA and our leaders in Washington accountable.

Kentucky Republican governor, Matt Bevin wrote on Facebook after the shooting
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Kentucky Republican governor, Matt Bevin wrote on Facebook after the shooting

Kentucky Republican governor, Matt Bevin wrote on Facebook after the shooting

House President Nancy Pelosi said: "What is needed for Republicans to stop blocking efforts for #EndGunViolence?"

She confirmed that officials & # 39; meticulously updated the school shootings in Santa Clarita & # 39; followed.

Republican Senator Lindsey Graham said he wants to do something about this & # 39 ;, ABC news reports that he & # 39; two or three weeks ago & # 39; talked to Donald Trump about the laws of the red flag, which allows the police to seize weapons from violent people.

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When asked why there has been no progress in recent months on arms legislation in the Senate, Graham said: & I think we are waiting for the White House. & # 39;

Kentucky Republican governor Matt Bevin said on Facebook: “The hearts of Kentuckians are broken today for the students, teachers, staff, and families of those at the Saugus High School in Santa Clarita, California.

& # 39; For those who know the power of prayer, please pray for peace beyond our understanding & # 39 ;.

But Democratic presidential candidate and daddy of two Andrew Yang argued & the time for action is long gone – we have to do more than mourn & # 39 ;. He wrote: & # 39; Our children deserve better. We must fight rifle violence and shootings at every level, from firearms laws down to the bottom. & # 39;

Senator Amy Klobuchar called it & # 39; another sad example of why students across the country live in fear of violence by weapons & # 39 ;. She tweeted: & We all stand with CA victims and neighbors, students and teachers, and law enforcement as they try to track down suspects and stop shooting more people. & # 39;

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Fellow Democratic candidate Julian Castro said: & We cannot accept this as normal. We must act on behalf of our children. & # 39;

The signal reported that a student was shot in the trunk and treated by a teacher in a classroom.

Fred Guttenberg, whose daughter Jaime died in the Parkland shooting in 2018, tweeted

Fred Guttenberg, whose daughter Jaime died in the Parkland shooting in 2018, tweeted

Fred Guttenberg, whose daughter Jaime died in the Parkland shooting in 2018, tweeted

One of the victims was found injured in the school choir room.

White House spokesperson Judd Deere says President Donald Trump is following the school shooting reports.

Deere says in a statement that those in the area are encouraged to follow the advice of local law enforcement officers and counselors.

Fred Guttenberg, whose daughter Jaime died in the shooting at Parkland in 2018, wrote: & Dear parents, please go home today and hug your children and tell them that you love them. If you do this, imagine that this is the last time you will ever see them alive again.

& # 39; Then ask that @senatemajldr open the senate so that we can give your children a chance to live. & # 39;

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