Wallace: ‘Nothing Has Given Me More Hope’ From School Shootings In 25 Years Than Parkland Kids

Julia Nista General Assignment Reporter
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MSNBC host Nicolle Wallace said Friday “nothing has given her more hope” in resolving the issue of school shootings in 25 years than the Parkland kids.


“Tell me — take me through how a day like today might retraumatize these brave and these beautiful, really inspirational –” Wallace said about “a new generation of gun activists.”

“To me, the Parkland students gave me hope that I haven’t had for the last 25 years around this issue,” Wallace continued.

Several students from the Parkland, Fla. shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School have become outspoken advocates for gun control. Kyle Kashuv, another survivor of the Parkland shooting, has emerged as a vocal defender of gun rights.

A shooting occurred Friday at a Santa Fe, Texas high school that left at least 10 dead and 10 wounded. (RELATED: Gov. Abbott: ‘No Warning Signs’ Before Santa Fe Shooting)

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