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Days before the school shooting, a gunman’s Instagram account shared images of weapons.

Just three days before the Robb Elementary School tragedy, a photo of two AR15-style guns appeared on an Instagram account linked to the alleged Uvalde gunman.
Under the pseudonym “salv8dor_,” the photo was shared as a tale. Officers responding to the school incident shot and killed alleged gunman Salvador Ramos, according to multiple classmates.

Ramos’ TikTok page only contains one video – a clip from the smartphone game Subway Surfers. “Kids be afraid irl” or in real life, according to his bio beneath his profile photo.

President Biden addressed the nation from the White House on Tuesday, opening his remarks by saying, “I had hoped, when I became President, I would not have to do this, again.”

He called today’s mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, “another massacre” in the US.

“Beautiful, innocent, second, third, fourth graders. And how many scores of little children who witness what happened, see their friends die, as if they’re on a battlefield for God’s sake,” Biden said.

The President said, “To lose a child is like having a piece of your soul ripped away.” He said the feeling is “suffocating.”

The President called on the nation to pray for the victims and “stand up to the gun lobby” in the wake of today’s events.

“So tonight, I ask the nation to pray for them, to give the parents and siblings the strength in the darkness they feel now. As a nation, we have to ask when in God’s name are we going to stand up to the gun lobby? When in God’s name will we do what we all know in our gut needs to be done?”

The Mexican government is providing consular assistance in the wake of the deadly school shooting in Uvalde, which is located roughly 50 miles from the US-Mexico border.

In a statement from Mexico’s Secretary of Foreign Relations, the government “condemns this act of violence that has cost children’s lives and devastated families in a predominantly Hispanic town.”

“The Mexican consulate in Eagle Pass is in contact with the police in order to identify any Mexican victims,” the statement said.

“In addition, the consulate in Eagle Pass and the Mexican Consulate General in San Antonio are in contact with the hospitals where the injured were transported to see if any Mexican citizens are among them.”

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