Democratic party’s fundraising off of mass shootings in El Paso, Dayton

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The Democratic National Committee is fundraising off on the weekend tragic mass shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, seeks to prevent donations for the fight in order “to save that weapons, violence and life.”

The DNC sent an E-Mail to supporters on Monday signed former Rep. Gabby Giffords, the promotion of donors to “split” a donation of $10 to $200 between the DNC and Giffords’ PAC.


“Friend,” the E-Mail begins. “We can’t afford to wait another day or for another massacre to happen in our country, for the legislator to address these problems. However, the defenders of the status quo—the gun manufacturing lobby, and every single politician who is paid to defend you—will tell you that these terrible acts of violence are beyond our control.”

The Democratic National Committee sent an E-Mail fundraising in the Wake of the mass shootings in Texas and Ohio at the weekend.

Giffords added: “I say to you today, this could not be further from the truth.”

“…If the Congress—specifically Mitch McConnell and the Republicans in the Senate of the United States—failure to take action, then we need to act to replace them. Because we are the act, shootings such as these threaten even more lives and rip to even more communities.”

Giffords, D-Ariz., an assassination attempt in 2011, survived outside Tucson, Ariz., Supermarket where they meet with their constituents. Giffords suffered a significant brain injury. Since the recovery, Giffords far the most outspoken gun-control has become one of the country-supporters and started Giffords PAC”, which is focused on the prevention of armed violence.

The question about the E-Mail, DNC Communications Director Xochitl Hinojosa said: “Our goal is to gun violence once and for all. The way to do this is through the support of organizations such as the Giffords PAC and by the choice of the Democrats up and down the Tickets, the day-to-day the reforms we need to protect our families and our children happen. This is the only way to change that.”

On Sunday Afternoon, 2020 Democratic Presidential Candidate Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., an E-Mail fundraising sent citing the shooting, with the subject line: “No more thoughts and prayers.”

Your E-Mail, however, was geared more toward raising money for other gun violence prevention groups, including Giffords’ organization. “No more thoughts and prayers. We need action,” Harris ” via E-Mail said. “When you’re with me, split a contribution to the Giffords, the Brady campaign to prevent gun violence, and Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America”.

Conservative outlets and experts criticized Harris’ E-Mail, but her campaign spokesman hit.

“This is disgusting. The right-wing disinformation machine is in full attack Kamala-mode. She is fundraising FOR the GUN-VIOLENCE-PREVENTION GROUPS. Damn, she’s just tweeted to go to help Fund the fight against gun violence in the Wake of this horrific mass shootings,” Harris spokesman Ian Sams.

The E-Mails come as Democrats fiercely President Trump’s criticized executions in response to the mass.

Trump, on Monday morning, addressed the nation from the White house are calling for reforms in mental health law and the passage of the so-called “red flag “laws” take weapons from those as a public danger. Trump also clear the white supremacy, in response to reports denounced the fact that the shooter at the El Paso wrote a racist Manifesto.

“In one voice, our people, she must condemn racism, intolerance and white supremacy” Trump said on Monday. “This dark ideologies must be defeated. Hatred has no place in America.”

The President does not call explicit changes to the gun laws outside of the red flag laws, despite tweeted early Monday morning, about the possibility of the link of the background-check legislation to immigration reform. However, he said that he is open and willing to listen to ideas ” that actually works.”


Under his list of proposals, the trump called for changes, to identify the mental health laws “better, mentally disturbed people commit acts of violence,” adding, “we make sure that these people are not only the treatment, but, if necessary, the involuntary confinement.”

But Democrats blasted the President for focusing more on the mental health and violent video games as the weapons, and trembled in his statement that “Mental illness and hatred, pulls the trigger, not the gun.”

Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., a presidential candidate, tweeted that this was Trump’s “dodge to avoid the truth: there are mental diseases&hatred all over the world, but the United States stands alone w/the high rate of armed violence.”

The shooting, coming in quick succession over the weekend, shocked a nation, the shootings seen a concentration of mass in the last two decades, unprecedented in the Western world.

On Saturday, gunman, the, Trump, described on Monday as an “evil man”, killed 22 people and injured 24 others after he opened fire at a Walmart in El Paso, Texas.


In Dayton, Ohio, 24-year-old Connor Betts opened fire outside a bar around 1 a.m. on Sunday, killing his adult sister and eight others. The police say he was fatally shot by officers within 30 seconds, and was wearing a mask, bullet-proof vest and earplugs, and had at least 100 rounds. He was injured more than two dozen people.

Fox News’ Paul Steinhauser contributed to this report.

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