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The ‘Unimaginable Pain’ I’m Seeing in Uvalde, Texas

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Sara reports from Uvalde, Texas, where 19 students and two teachers were murdered at an elementary school on Tuesday. She shares the anguish she has seen and heard from parents who lost their children and the guilt from those whose children survived. This is a very personal episode, as Sara addresses this horror from her perspective as a mother and pleads with people to take action when someone they love appears to be unravelling.

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  1. Michael

    May 28, 2022 at 10:26 pm

    My heart goes out to all those who have lost their loved ones. It will be an open wound for a very long time. However, politicizing the event is as painful as the event, itself! Grieve, honor the loss, always remember but do not allow the likes of Biden and his gun-grabbing goons take over the narrative! The perpetrator was obviously mentally ill and that should be enough to realize it was his mental illness that gave rise to this and, as a nation, we need to do better to help these people before they go off the deep end!

  2. Richard Rigg

    May 29, 2022 at 5:56 pm

    Uvalde Police were TRAINED for this very scenario and did NOTHING!!!
    visit thread reader for the story! SHOCKING yet not surprising!
    https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1530357140191186944.html

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Sean Spicer: Trump is the ‘Big Dog’ in the 2024 GOP Primary

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Former Trump White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer tells Sara that President Trump will be the strong favorite in the GOP race for president if he decides to run again – but he says several other candidates will also run, including two or three who served in the Trump administration. Spicer also surveys the Democrats and offers a surprising prediction for their nominee if Biden does not run again.

Sean and Sara also discuss the odd feeling in the U.S. over the Independence Day holiday that many people in this country want no part of celebrating the United States anymore and they have a pretty good idea how we got to this point. In contrast, Sara details why she unabashedly loves this country.

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