Here’s what others are saying:
Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wisconsin
In a statement, Johnson continued: “Acts of violence like this shake our communities to their core. We all deserve to feel safe at home, at work, and in our community. We are grateful to the first responders and law enforcement personnel who responded to this tragic incident. We appreciate their brave work and dedication to our community.”
Anheuser-Busch, a primary competitor of Morson Coors
We were saddened to learn of the violence that occurred at the Molson Coors headquarters in Milwaukee today. We stand with our friends and industry colleagues, and extend our sincere condolences to everyone touched by this tragic situation.
— Anheuser-Busch (@AnheuserBusch) February 26, 2020
Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett
Rep. Mark Pocan of Wisconsin’s Second District
Martin Luther King III
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi
Performer Clay Aiken
After Columbine in 1999, I remember thinking nothing could ever be worse. News covered the story 24/7 for at least a week. No other news could compare.
Today, yet ANOTHER mass shooting in #Milwaukee and we’ve become so desensitized to it that the news doesn’t even blink. 😔
— Clay Aiken (@clayaiken) February 26, 2020
Democratic Presidential Candidate Elizabeth Warren
Democratic Presidential Candidate Pete Buttigieg
While details are still emerging in Milwaukee, this much is clear: We mourn another devastating tragedy. My heart goes out to all who lost loved ones. May we find the strength and will to act against gun violence, and never accept the unacceptable.
— Pete Buttigieg (@PeteButtigieg) February 26, 2020
Democratic Presidential Candidate Amy Klobuchar
Gov. Tony Evers
Governor Evers: calls for short moment of silence before his thoughts. “What happens in Milwaukee is felt across the state “
— Ted Perry (@Fox6TedPerry) February 27, 2020
Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes
Another avoidable uniquely American tragedy. It’s not normal, we should never accept it, and we should never relent when “leaders” offer hollow thoughts and prayers but choose inaction.
— Mandela Barnes (@TheOtherMandela) February 27, 2020