Democrat Walks Out, Films Selfie Video During Moment of Silence for Church Victims

On Sunday, Texas had to face with a horrific tragedy that left everyone shocked.

The tragedy took place in Sutherland Springs, a small town in Texas where 26 people were murdered and 20 were injured.

But of course, the Democrats wasted no time during the moment of silence for the victims and they shouldn’t be allowed to rule our country again!

According to our source, Conservative Tribune, the ghoulish Democrats didn’t show respect over the still-warm bodies of the victims to demand strict gun control, and it was shown as evidence that the gun laws already in effect were unable to stop this horrible shooting.

One of those Democrats who politicized the tragedy was the California Rep. Ted Lieu, who boycotted the moment of silence in the House of Representatives on Monday evening.

During the moment of silence, he walked out of the room and filmed a video which was posted on Facebook saying that he doesn’t want to join his colleagues who were there.

“I can’t do this again; I’ve been to too many moments of silences,” Lieu said in the video. “In just my short period in Congress, three of the worst mass shootings in U.S. history have occurred. I will not be silent.”

“I urge us to pass reasonable gun safety legislation, including a universal background check law supported by 80 percent of Americans, a ban on assault rifles and a ban on bump stocks,”

He also had something to say on Twitter:

“My thoughts and prayers are with the victims and families affected by the mass shooting in Sutherland Springs,”

“I agree my prior tweet could be better,” Lieu tweeted. “So here: I pray for the victims in TX. Also, screw the @NRA & can you help Dems take back the House.”

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Featured Image Source. H/T: Conservative Tribune.