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Biden provokes as 18-year-old boy shoots 19 children, two teachers to death at Texas school  



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An angry President Joe Biden of the United States was provoked into rejecting the US gun lobby after am 18-year-old teenager shot over 19 pupils and two teachers to death at an elementary school in Texas on Tuesday. The US President declared commitment to end recurring mass shootings in the country.

Biden had declared after the attack in Uvalde, a small community about an hour from the Mexican border, which was said to be  the deadliest US school shooting in years and the latest in a spree of bloody gun violence across America: “it’s time to turn this pain into action for every parent, for every citizen of this country.

“It’s time for those who obstruct or delay or block common-sense gun laws — we need to let you know that we will not forget.

“As a nation, we have to ask when in God’s name are we going to stand up to the gun lobby? When in God’s name will we do what we all know in our gut needs to be done?”

The Governor Greg Abbott of Texas, at a news conference, identified the murderer as Salvador Ramos, an 18-year-old local resident, and a US citizen. Governor Abbott remarked: “He shot and killed, horrifically and incomprehensibly.”

Texas Department of Public Safety officials was said to have disclosed that killer teenager is believed to have shot his grandmother before heading to Robb Elementary School around noon where he abandoned his vehicle and entered with a handgun and a rifle, wearing body armor.

Lieutenant Chris Olivarez of the Department of Public Safety was cited to have said,  “Right now, there’s 19 children that were killed by this evil gunman, as well as two teachers from this school.”

Several other children were said to be injured in the school attack at the school. The school has over  500 pupils, mostly Hispanic and economically disadvantaged students.

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