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Stars react to Uvalde, Texas, school shooting

Wonderwall Logo By Wonderwall.com Editors of Wonderwall | Slide 1 of 45: In something that has become all too familiar, a school shooting occurred on May 24, 2022, this time in Uvalde, Texas. By the end of the night, 19 elementary school students and two adults at Robb Elementary School were dead. The suspect in the massacre was also killed. NPR reported that it was the 27th school shooting this year. Social media sounded off on the heels of the tragedy -- the deadliest shooting at a U.S. grade school since the 2012 attack at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut -- and many voices came from those in the entertainment world... "I cannot even fathom the pain the families in Uvalde are feeling. To me, this isn't about political sides, personal freedoms, or beliefs. We, as human beings, need to realize that we have a disease that needs recognition, treatment, and a cure. I'm not intelligent enough to know what that cure is, but I am intelligent enough as most people are that we must have unbiased dialogue and action about what / how to work toward a solution," Tim McGraw tweeted. "Divisive rhetoric has done zero to help this problem – it's only made it worse. For one minute, let's set aside our idealistic views and concentrate on the kind of world we want our children to grow up in. This sort of tragedy has become far too common, far too acceptable. This shouldn't have been acceptable 20 years ago, 4 years ago, or one week ago. This SHOULD NOT be accepted. This is not normal."Keep reading to see how others are reacting to the elementary school shooting in Uvalde, Texas.  

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In something that has become all too familiar, a school shooting occurred on May 24, 2022, this time in Uvalde, Texas. By the end of the night, 19 elementary school students and two adults at Robb Elementary School were dead. The suspect in the massacre was also killed. NPR reported that it was the 27th school shooting this year. Social media sounded off on the heels of the tragedy -- the deadliest shooting at a U.S. grade school since the 2012 attack at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut -- and many voices came from those in the entertainment world... "I cannot even fathom the pain the families in Uvalde are feeling. To me, this isn't about political sides, personal freedoms, or beliefs. We, as human beings, need to realize that we have a disease that needs recognition, treatment, and a cure. I'm not intelligent enough to know what that cure is, but I am intelligent enough as most people are that we must have unbiased dialogue and action about what / how to work toward a solution," Tim McGraw tweeted. "Divisive rhetoric has done zero to help this problem – it's only made it worse. For one minute, let's set aside our idealistic views and concentrate on the kind of world we want our children to grow up in. This sort of tragedy has become far too common, far too acceptable. This shouldn't have been acceptable 20 years ago, 4 years ago, or one week ago. This SHOULD NOT be accepted. This is not normal."

Keep reading to see how others are reacting to the elementary school shooting in Uvalde, Texas.  

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