Reps. Adam Kinzinger and Chris Jacobs go against GOP stance by suggesting stricter gun laws are now necessary to prevent school shootings.
Three arrests have been made for shooting threats in the country since the tragic mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas.
There is a role in the wake of a horrific event like Uvalde for thoughts, prayers and targeted solutions.
The GOP lawmaker on Sunday criticized the policy because it tries to "enforce the law before the law has been broken."
The teenage gunman who killed 19 students and two teachers at Robb Elementary School was once seen "beating a little dog senseless," the student said.
Michael Steele said Sunday that the Republican Party "has become integrated into the business of guns and gun ownership."
"Our children are under constant attack in this community. We need help," one resident shouted at the Republican governor on Sunday.
"A majority of Americans...are in favor of stricter gun laws," journalist Sandra Smith told the GOP lawmaker, who is a strong Second Amendment supporter.
The ads, touting "the easiest way to get your suppressor," drew immediate condemnation from school officials on Friday.
Cameron Sears, 23, was charged with threats of death of injury to persons and school property.
The GOP lawmaker, who backs gun rights, said Sunday he's "open" to a ban or certification for AR-15s.
"We had people potentially die while law enforcement was on scene," John Cohen said Sunday about the mass shooting that killed 21 people this week.
Several children who survived the massacre are experiencing severe physical and emotional trauma after watching their friends and teachers die.
"I wanted to send my children to school and not wonder if they wouldn't come home that afternoon," the screenwriter wrote for an Australian paper Sunday.
John Cornyn (R-TX) said the "second guessing" over the response to the shooting at Robb Elementary School was "destructive, distracting, and unfair."
Students were "sacrificed" while police "were sitting behind a wall," said Jesse Rodriguez, who lost his 10-year-old daughter.
A clip of the former president dancing onstage at a NRA conference on Friday has been viewed over 2.7 million times on Twitter.
Congressman Chris Jacobs said Friday that "visualizing what those parents are going through" changed his stance on gun control after 19 students were killed.
The mass shooter asked his cousin a week before Tuesday's deadly shooting what time students were dismissed for lunch.
O'Rourke has harshly criticized Governor Greg Abbott following the killing of 21 people at an elementary school.
Peter Arredondo was elected to the Uvalde City Council just three weeks before the mass shooting, after running on a platform of communication and outreach.
Justin Holland, who is in the Texas House of Representatives, said the former president "lost all control a long time ago."
The Republican senator was confronted in a restaurant by a board member of a group known as Indivisible Houston.
The training session at Uvalde High School involved topics like "unified response" and "stop the killing."
The Republican appeared to criticize the French Revolution and its "radical mob mentality."
The Texas Democratic Party urged action on assault weapons, saying: "Not one more child. Not one more teacher."
More teachers in Texas are considering leaving the profession following the stress from the tragedy.
Police have been labeled "cowards" for their response to the mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas, this week.
Former acting ICE director Tom Homan said that alleged Uvalde shooter Salvador Ramos being "contained" to a classroom full of children was "a good thing."
"It's intentionally vague so a potential shooter doesn't know who they have to defend against," one person argued.