Sandy Hook Elementary School's Senator's Tweet Goes Viral on the California Shooting
A Connecticut Senator who represented Newtown, during the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, tweeted a message on Wednesday about the mass shooting in San Bernardino that is going viral.
Connecticut Senator Chris Murphy was the representative in 2012 when 20 children and six staffers were killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
Your "thoughts" should be about steps to take to stop this carnage. Your "prayers" should be for forgiveness if you do nothing - again.— Chris Murphy (@ChrisMurphyCT) December 2, 2015
Murphy’s tweet has been retweeted 3,600 times and favorite 3,100 times as of 7:30 PM.