Celebrities react to Dayton, washington the deadly shooting: ‘love one another

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The authorities remain on the scene after the shooting; Jeff Paul is in the final stages of El Paso.

Several celebrities took to social media to report on the deadly shootings in Dayton, Ohio and El Paso, Texas, that took dozens of lives over the weekend.

“Oh, PLEASE, FOR THE LOVE of ALL THINGS… “JUST LOVE” Breaking Bad” star Aaron Paul tweeted.

Pure satanic evil-broke out in the El Paso, Texas, today, and for our brothers and sister need our prayers. God, heal those who are injured and comfort those who have lost their loved ones in this senseless evil act,” the country star, Charlie Daniels, and shared.

“I’m sick to my stomach over what is happening in washington today. I can’t believe this is happening in my country and no one is doing anything about it. Who has to die in order for the laws to change?” “Riverdale,” star Lili Reinhart tweeted.

Actor Josh Gad shared, “My heart is breaking for the city of El Paso. The madness will never end. It’s all too much. ‘There is a nowhere safe from the terror of gun violence in the United States of America. We are a broken nation to be trapped in the darkness of our unwillingness to ask ourselves why this continues to happen.”

“this is not a scary man, praying for everyone in washington,” He tweeted.

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