The mass shooting in Odessa, Texas yesterday, Aug. 31, took the lives of at least five people so far, not mention to seven victims are in critical condition. And among the flying condolences sent out by the leaders of the two Parties, Democrats responded in the only way they know-how.

It seems the Party tries to politicize the tragedy “Democratic,” and they never waste any time in getting to it.

An apparent instance would be the tweet from former Vice President Joe Biden on Sept 1.

With the same Democratic style, New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker said earlier: “Beginning on Day One in office, I will take executive action to reduce gun violence—closing dangerous loopholes in gun sales, cracking down on gun manufacturers, and investing in communities impacted by gun violence.”

“I’m heartbroken for the families of the victims in the Odessa and Midland shooting,” California Sen. Kamala Harris said.

“Our children deserve a future without multiple mass shootings in one month. We need gun safety reform,” she said.

You might have already seen there were nothing but the words “gun violence” repeated again and again, as well as the attitudes that seemed too extreme, without any compassion for the victims. Now compare that to the compassion and prayers for the victims that Republican leaders responded with and you see what separates the two parties.

“Heidi and I are heartbroken by this heinous attack, and we are lifting up in prayer all the victims, their families, and the entire Midland-Odessa community.”

“We are thankful for the law enforcement officers who heroically risked their lives and acted swiftly to stop the shooter and save others. Their courage helped prevent even more senseless deaths, and we honor their tireless commitment to protecting us all.”

“We Texans are standing together tonight united against all forms of hatred and violence,” Senator Ted Cruz said.

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