Numerous members of Wisconsin’s congressional delegation took to Twitter to share their thoughts about the deadly shootings at Molson Coors on Wednesday.
As of 4:40 p.m., the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel had reported seven people had died including the suspected shooter, but Milwaukee Police did not confirm that number as of that time.
Full coverage links:
– Multiple people dead including suspect at Molson Coors
– Photo gallery
– Audio: Dispatch call
– Wisconsin Congress members comment about Molson Coors incident on social media
– Presidential candidates chime in about Molson Coors mass shooting
From Wisconsin Democratic Senator Tammy Baldwin:
Gun violence has taken too many lives in Milwaukee and the mass shooting today is heartbreaking.— Sen. Tammy Baldwin (@SenatorBaldwin) February 26, 2020
I want to thank the first responders who ran into harm’s way and saved lives. My office is standing by to help the #MKE community in the wake of this tragedy.
From Wisconsin Republican Senator Ron Johnson:
Monitoring this frightening situation at an iconic Milwaukee brewery. Prayers go out to everyone affected. https://t.co/9drbZcffGi— Senator Ron Johnson (@SenRonJohnson) February 26, 2020
From Democratic Congresswoman Gwen Moore, who represents Milwaukee:
The Milwaukee Police Department is investigating the scene, which is still active.— Rep. Gwen Moore (@RepGwenMoore) February 26, 2020
My heart is with the victims, I am praying for everyone impacted by this tragedy. https://t.co/a2YAIoulLU
Speaker Nancy Pelosi also chimed in:
We are closely following developments surrounding the shooting in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Our prayers are with the families who have lost loved ones and the first responders protecting the community. Congress has a duty to them all to take real action to #EndGunViolence.— Nancy Pelosi (@SpeakerPelosi) February 26, 2020