Ivanka Trump tweets about Jacksonville mass shooting, and people are calling her out

Tanya Edwards

President Trump’s daughter and special adviser to the president, Ivanka Trump, shared a short message about the tragic shooting in Jacksonville, Fla., today.

Ivanka Trump (Photo: Getty Images)

The shooting occurred during an esports tournament in which gamers competed by playing “Madden NFL 2019.” Based on video from the incident, the players were broadcasting their performances on Twitch, a live-streaming platform, when the gunshots began.

The “Madden” tournament was being held at the GLHF Game Bar next to Chicago Pizza. The Jacksonville Landing, which is located along the St. Johns River, is home to restaurants, stores, and live entertainment.

She tweeted a simple message, writing that “our hearts are with Jacksonville and all those affected.”


The Twitter mob wasted no time in calling out Ivanka and her father’s perceived inaction on gun reform.





Others just straight up said she doesn’t care about the shooting.




 

And others made pointed requests for policy change and gun control.



 

The first daughter gets zero breaks from Twitter and has been called out repeatedly. She was called out on breastfeeding policy, for her clothing line closing shop, and for thanking her dad for ending a family separation policy he started.

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