There's a conga line of creeps rushing to dance of the graves of the Las Vegas dead.
The Left is a united, monolithic, collectivist block of unfeeling ghouls who parrot talking points one after another and never, ever let a crisis go to waste. Just like the soulless Hillary Clinton, Democratic lawmakers are out in force politicizing the at least 58 people killed and more than 500 injured in Las Vegas to advance a gun-control agenda.
The Las Vegas shooting attack is the deadliest act of mass murder in the United States since 9/11. And predictably, less than one day after the attack, Democrats are marching out on social media one by one to turn this tragedy into political capital.
To my colleagues: your cowardice to act cannot be whitewashed by thoughts and prayers.— Chris Murphy (@ChrisMurphyCT) October 2, 2017
None of this ends unless we do something to stop it.
According to NBC news, Sen. Chris Murphy, D-Conn., is demanding that Congress “get off its ass and do something.”
"This must stop," Murphy said Monday. "It is positively infuriating that my colleagues in Congress are so afraid of the gun industry that they pretend there aren't public policy responses to this epidemic."
No, this is positively infuriating: Rep. Seth Moulton, D-Mass., declared that he would not participate in the House of Representatives’ moment of silence for the victims of the shooting attack.
As after #Orlando, I will NOT be joining my colleagues in a moment of silence on the House Floor that just becomes an excuse for inaction.— Seth Moulton (@sethmoulton) October 2, 2017
Now is not a moment for silence; it's a time for action.— Seth Moulton (@sethmoulton) October 2, 2017
People are still in surgery and dying, and this clown is making a show of it. And he’s far from the last clown.
Elizabeth Warren's "heartsickness" lasted about a minute and a half pic.twitter.com/xeg0Be48VC— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) October 2, 2017
More from the U.S. socialist-in-chief:
There have been more mass shootings than days this year. It is long, long overdue for Congress to take action on gun safety.— Bernie Sanders (@BernieSanders) October 2, 2017
We must do everything we can to stop guns from falling into the hands of people who shouldn't have them and save innocent lives.— Bernie Sanders (@BernieSanders) October 2, 2017
ENOUGH IS ENOUGH. Americans are tired of living in fear that their community will be the next victim of a mass shooting. #LasVegasShooting— Ed Markey (@SenMarkey) October 2, 2017
Let’s close the close the gun show loophole.— Ed Markey (@SenMarkey) October 2, 2017
By the way, Steven Crowder proved the “gun show loophole” is a myth way back in January 2016. But the Democrats’ feelings don’t care about the facts.
While we pray for the victims of this horrific attack and their families, it is not sufficient to just offer thoughts and prayers.— Senator Bob Casey (@SenBobCasey) October 2, 2017
The nation’s security continues to be at risk because Congress refuses to take real, meaningful action to curb gun violence.— Senator Bob Casey (@SenBobCasey) October 2, 2017
Congress should take up and vote on legislation to ban military-style weapons...— Senator Bob Casey (@SenBobCasey) October 2, 2017
What is a “military-style weapon?” Was a “military-style wapon” used by the shooter? We don’t know? Who cares!? Push the agenda!
...limit the size and capacity of magazines, which contribute to deadly mass shootings, and put in place universal background checks.— Senator Bob Casey (@SenBobCasey) October 2, 2017
If Congress continues to fail its most basic obligation to keep America safe, then these mass shootings will continue to occur.— Senator Bob Casey (@SenBobCasey) October 2, 2017
As we unite to grieve for the lives lost in Las Vegas, let us also unite to stop the terrible toll of gun violence in our country.— Chris Van Hollen (@ChrisVanHollen) October 2, 2017
We are not powerless against such evil. We must take common sense, widely supported, steps to reduce such violence, agony and grievous loss.— Cory Booker (@CoryBooker) October 2, 2017
We suffer these horrific events repeatedly and do nothing to stop them. We must do better.— Senator Tim Kaine (@timkaine) October 2, 2017
We must act. Automatic weapons aren't needed to hunt deer or ducks; they're meant to kill people – and they do far too often in this country pic.twitter.com/5OLHEC2tbW— Senator Ben Cardin (@SenatorCardin) October 2, 2017
Now, it’s not just lawmakers calling for more gun control after this atrocity, but also speculative 2020 Democratic presidential candidates.
How long do we let gun violence tear families apart? Enough. Congress & the WH should act now to save lives. There's no excuse for inaction.— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) October 2, 2017