Called Out

Florida high school student to Trump: ‘I don’t want your condolences, you f*cking piece of sh*t’

A student at the Florida high school where 17 people were shot dead doesn’t have time for President Trump’s prayers and condolences.

A Twitter user identifying herself as a student at the Florida high school which was the scene of yesterday’s deadly shooting where 17 people were killed by gunman Nikolas Cruz, lashed out at President Trump on Twitter after he responded to news of the shooting.

Responding to Trump’s offer of “prayers and condolences” to the shooting’s victims, Twitter user @chaddiedabaddie, who is apparently a 16-year-old student at the high school where the shooting took place, called on Trump to take action on gun violence rather than the usual sentiments of sympathy that emanate from public figures in response to tragedies.

“I don’t want your condolences you fucking price (sic) of shit, my friends and teachers were shot,” she tweeted. “Multiple of my fellow classmates are dead. Do something instead of sending prayers. Prayers won’t fix this. But Gun control will prevent it from happening again.”

Since the tweet was posted, @chaddiedabaddie’s Twitter account has been set to private. Nevertheless, her sentiment was echoed by others who responded to the President.

In another tweet this Thursday, Trump seemed to assign a portion of the blame to the shooter’s classmates, saying they “knew he was a big problem.”

“So many signs that the Florida shooter was mentally disturbed, even expelled from school for bad and erratic behavior,” Trump tweeted Thursday morning. “Neighbors and classmates knew he was a big problem. Must always report such instances to authorities, again and again!”

It’s not known whether @chaddiedabaddie’s tweet was deleted or if it’s simply no longer visible due to her privacy settings.

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