Internet reacts to Orlando nightclub massacre
The worst shooting in U.S. history has radiated with millions across the nation as people mourn the death of 50 people and the injury of several others at an LGBT nightclub in Orlando, Florida.
Organizations, politicians, individuals and celebrities expressed their deepest condolences on social media as FBI agents investigate the crime President Barack Obama has called ‘an act of terrorism and an act of hate.’
At TX Governor's Mansion we added the Florida flag in the center to show support for Orlando victims @FLGovScott pic.twitter.com/qlSoerThFB— Greg Abbott (@GregAbbott_TX) June 12, 2016
I am gay and I am not afraid. Love conquers all. #PrayforOrlando— Ricky Martin (@ricky_martin) June 12, 2016
Praying for the victims of Orlando shooting...having lived in Florida, it hit specially hard.— Renu Khator (@UHpres) June 12, 2016
"This is a time to stand together and resolve to do everything we can to defend our communities and country." —Hillary on the attack in FL— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) June 12, 2016
— The White House (@WhiteHouse) June 12, 2016
I'm gutted over the news in Orlando- the tears will not stop. My thoughts are w my gay brothers and sisters and their families.— Lance Bass (@LanceBass) June 12, 2016
It's a traumatizing & emotional time for a many people. I dream of the world reflecting on what we can do to change this violence. #Orlando— Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) June 12, 2016
It is past time for us as a country to come together against hatred toward any person(s) based on group affiliation-enough is enough, st— Sylvester Turner (@SylvesterTurner) June 12, 2016
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