Florida High School Student Tells President ‘F*cking Piece Of Sh*t’ Where He Can Shove His Fake ‘Condolences’

Normally, when someone tells Donald Trump to fuck off, it can be described as “badass” or “epic” or any number of pleasing adjectives — but in this case, it’s just too sad and can only be called “appropriate” and “deserved.”

On Wednesday, a former student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida opened fire shortly before school was dismissed. Nikolas Cruz pulled the fire alarm to lure students out of their classrooms and fired off round after round from his legally-purchased AR-15 leaving 17 people dead and the rest terrified and fleeing for their lives.

While most of us are left questioning why he was able to get a gun in the first place given his extensive history of batshit fucking craziness, NRA-backed Republicans are busy sending heaps and heaps of “thoughts and prayers” to Florida — and since the shooter’s last name is Cruz, President Stable Genius sent “prayers and condolences.”

Sarah, a student at the school who read Trump’s message, tweeted the most appropriate response she possibly could.

“I don’t want your condolences you fucking price of shit, my friends and teachers were shot. Multiple of my fellow classmates are dead. Do something instead of sending prayers. Prayers won’t fix this. But Gun control will prevent it from happening again.”

According to Trump, who signed a bill last year revoking Obama’s gun checks for people with mental illnesses (like the shooter, whom many regarded as likely to do exactly what he did) and other stupid people, this is a mental health problem. But Sarah doesn’t see it this way, nor do her classmates:

Naturally, Trump supporters jumped at the opportunity to attack a high school girl who just watched a gunman slaughter her classmates:

Even extreme-Right piece of trash Mark Dice weighed in, trashing students for ensuring that footage of what was happening inside the school made it to the public as it was happening. He deleted his shitty remark, but Sarah made sure people saw it:

Following shootings just like this (or any of countless examples in recent years), the United Kingdom and Australia took action to do that thing that conservatives say won’t ever work — gun control. Australia hasn’t had a mass shooting in 20 years and the UK has one of the lowest gun-related death rates (per 1 million people) in the world.

It’s time for our country to end our love affair with guns. “It’s not me, it’s you.”

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