On the National Rifle Association (NRA) site, no notice was made of the shootings, with just the message of, “During National Shooting Sports Month, we commend the appreciated convention of recreational and game shooting exercises. Shooting sports unite individuals and impart comradery among a huge segment of its kindred fans.” which contained a message supporting the gathering from President Donald Trump.
Following the terrible demonstrations of savagery in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, presidential applicant, previous Obama Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and Mayor of San Antonio, Texas, Julián Castro discharged an announcement with his response, refering to the need to change firearm laws in America and end racial domination:
“My heart is with the individuals of El Paso and Dayton as they adapt to the household fear monger assaults in their networks. I share in the huge sadness all Americans feel today. These appalling occasions are a token of our administration’s inability to carry out its most essential obligation: to secure us,
“We could have acted to secure these unfortunate casualties through good judgment firearm change. It’s not very late to sanction widespread historical verifications, warning laws, a point of confinement on high limit magazines, and a recharged ambush weapons boycott to ensure others. These activities have been slowed down by the Trump organization and government officials who are purchased and sold by the corporate firearm campaign. Congress must act now.