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How many more?


How many more? Gun violence deaths in the United States as of April 27, 2023.


Tragically, this video, created just 10 days ago, already contains outdated numbers. The national, nonprofit Gun Violence Archive's definition of a mass shooting is four or more people shot in one incident at one location, not counting the perpetrator(s). From April 28 to May 7, 25 more mass shootings occurred in the United States, resulting in 52 more deaths (not including the shooters).


Update, 05.09.23:


The deadliest shooting between April 28 and May 7 occurred in Allen, Texas on May 6, where eight people were slaughtered by a neo-Nazi/white nationalist sympathizer with an AR-15 style assault weapon.


James Cho, age 3, and both of his parents, Cindy and Kyu Cho. William Cho, age 6, survived and is now an orphan.

Daniela Mendoza, age 8 and Sofia Mendoza, age 11. Their mother, Ida Mendoza, tried to shield them and is still hospitalized with gunshot wounds. Ida and her husband are now childless.

Christian LaCour, age 23

Aishwarya Thatikonda, age 26

Elio Cumana-Rivas, age 32


This is the America MAGA-Republicans have created. How many more people must die? Vote for Democrats to pass meaningful, common-sense gun safety legislation and STOP the carnage.

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