Students Walk Out of School Shooting Vigil to Protest Democrat Politicians

Democrat politicians are tacky individuals with no respect for human life.

Students in Colorado walked out of a prayer vigil on Wednesday night after two Democratic politicians took the stage and exploited the tragedy to talk about gun control.

The vigil was for the victims of this week’s school shooting at STEM School Highlands Ranch.

The tacky spineless Democrats who spoke at the vigil were Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet (a presidential candidate) and Rep. Jason Crow.

Kyle Clark, an anchor with 9NEWS in Denver, Tweeted, "STEM School students walked out of a vigil tonight after @RepJasonCrow & @SenatorBennet spoke. Students said their grief was being politicized. They later returned, took the mic, and some said they didn't want to be used to promote gun control. #copolitics #9NEWS"

Over 2000 people attended the vigil in the high school gym on Wednesday night to tribute 18-yr-old Kendrick Castillo. He was shot and killed while trying to tackle one of the shooters on Tuesday.

Castillo is a hero. He, along with two other classmates, saved the lives of their classmates. Eight other people were injured in the shooting.

As the students walked out on the Democrat politicians they chanted, "mental health," according to the Denver Post.

The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence later apologized to the offended students. The group played a role in organizing the vigil.

The group said, "We are deeply sorry any part of this vigil did not provide the support, caring and sense of community we sought to foster and facilitate and which we know is so crucial to communities who suffer the trauma of gun violence."

 
 
 
 
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