17 comfirmed dead by Sheriff in Florida school shooting. 19 year old arrested. But once the horror fades, nothing will change in the US gun debate. Everything has changed for 17 families.
— Bill Neely (@BillNeelyNBC) February 14, 2018
– At least 17 dead in South Florida high school shooting
– 19-year-old suspect taken into custody off campus
– The suspect had "countless magazines" and was believed to have an AR-15 rifle, sheriff says pic.twitter.com/ePDiC1XeKE
— ABC News (@ABC) February 15, 2018
Today's shooting at a high school in #Parkland, Florida is the 18th school shooting so far this year, according to gun control advocacy organization Everytown For Gun Safety.
It's February 14th. pic.twitter.com/kwaIc1ad2p
— BJ Lutz (@bjlutz) February 14, 2018
President Trump offered "prayers and condolences" to the families of Florida school shooting victims https://t.co/nfo3zQSgO6
— TIME (@TIME) February 14, 2018
Donald Trump had more words to say about the bright future of a wife beater than the victims of the mass shooting in Florida.
— Devin Duke (@sirDukeDevin) February 15, 2018
Fuck you and the NRA cash in which you and your political party wallow. https://t.co/q12r3r4M03
— David Simon (@AoDespair) February 14, 2018
— Craig Pittman (@craigtimes) February 14, 2018
— Slate (@Slate) February 15, 2018
After the Parkland shooting, 3 of the 8 deadliest mass shootings in modern U.S. history have come in the last 5 months.
— Adam Goldman (@adamgoldmanNYT) February 15, 2018
Obama. 43. Clinton. 41. Reagan. Carter… They would all address the nation in a moment like this. @realdonaldtrump is headed to the private quarters at the White House.
— George Little (@georgelittledc) February 14, 2018
Trump wants a military parade in his honor but can’t be bothered to speak to the nation on a horrific day like today.
— Ned Price (@nedprice) February 15, 2018
Lid at the White House. Trump will not speak to the nation this evening
— Andrew Beatty (@AndrewBeatty) February 14, 2018
So strange. Normally amid a big story like the Florida shooting this place is packed. TV folks doing stand ups. Aides briefing. As in so many other instances, this administration stands apart. pic.twitter.com/dgt6FUwIsN
— Andrew Beatty (@AndrewBeatty) February 15, 2018
— James Melville (@JamesMelville) February 15, 2018
— The Telegraph (@Telegraph) February 14, 2018
— Bloomberg (@business) February 14, 2018
Video: Jacob Zuma – from hero to disgrace https://t.co/PCALERbLNj
— Financial Times (@FT) February 14, 2018
NORN IRON FUCKS ITSELF AGAIN
Desperately disappointing news from Stormont. People in N. Ireland deserve to know why talks have foundered – and how accountable, progressive govt. is now to be delivered for them. https://t.co/CF4sV7uk2O
— Owen Smith (@OwenSmith_MP) February 14, 2018
DUP leader Arlene Foster has announced that there is "no prospect" of a
return to devolved government at Stormont
— RTÉ News (@rtenews) February 14, 2018
— BBC News (UK) (@BBCNews) February 14, 2018
The fact that the DUP have abandoned devolved government in NI because of their inability to accept an Irish Language Act will further convince nationalists that a shared future isn’t possible in NI. Once again DUP’s behaviour will strengthen Nationalism.
— Danny Donnelly (@DannyDonnelly1) February 14, 2018
I very much regret the statement from the DUP. Power sharing and working together are the only way forward for Northern Ireland. The Tanaiste and the Secretary of State are in close contact and we will continue to confer with the British Government about the next steps.
— Leo Varadkar (@campaignforleo) February 14, 2018
DUP's 6 negotiators, 10 Officers dared not show DUPSF 'accord' I am told to MLAs due to weekend unionist reaction over freestanding ILA.
— Eamonn Mallie (@EamonnMallie) February 14, 2018
"It would further advantage the Irish language over and above where we stand at the moment" – DUP MP Gregory Campbells tells @EvanHD why he opposes an Irish Language act #newsnight pic.twitter.com/nPF71HkolB
— BBC Newsnight (@BBCNewsnight) February 14, 2018
BATSHIT BREXIT BRITAIN
Boris Johnson gave a 4,600 word national address on #Brexit today. He didn't mention Ireland, or Northern Ireland, once. He did talk of stag parties in ancient cities and eye-popping activities by British citizens in Thailand. Insulting, reckless behaviour.
— Stephen Donnelly (@DonnellyStephen) February 14, 2018
The gags were lame, the delivery was ramshackle but worst of all he did little to allay any fears. If anything this rambling performance must surely have the country asking: “Why does this man have any power whatsoever?” https://t.co/1OxLDzvYYK
— The New European (@TheNewEuropean) February 14, 2018
Waffly, bumbling, empty speech. With 13 months to go we need practical answers & details from Govt, not just Boris Johnson bluster. Confirms my view – why on earth is anyone still taking this man seriously?
— Yvette Cooper (@YvetteCooperMP) February 14, 2018
That moment when Leavers discover they knew they were voting for more globalisation. pic.twitter.com/Ki2JRW6vKh
— Facts Central (@Hayleeee1848) February 15, 2018