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11 killed in 2 mass shootings in 1 week…Thanksgiving is very sad

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November 24 is the annual Thanksgiving Day, which should be a day for relatives and friends to gather together and express gratitude to each other; However, a week before the holiday, two shootings rocked the nation and killed more than ten people. This warm festival casts a shadow, making people feel a little sad and mixed in their hearts while celebrating the festival.

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On the 19th at 11:56 p.m., 22-year-old Aldrich (Anderson Lee Aldrich) opened fire at the Club Q gay nightclub in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and was subdued by other nightclub customers until 0:20 a.m. on the 20th. taken. resulting in five deaths and 25 injuries, followed by the 22ndVirginiaAndre Bing, a shift manager at a Walmart in Chesapeake, opened fire in the employee break room, killing six co-workers before ultimately taking his own life.

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BidenOn Thanksgiving, the president called Club Q owners Nick Grjeka and Matthew Haynes to express his condolences and thank them for their contributions to the local Colorado community.

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Thanksgiving was designated as a national holiday during the Civil War, so President Lincoln declared the last Thursday in November as a day to “be thankful and seek healing”; The origins of the festival can be traced back to 1620 at Plymouth Rock, Massachusetts ( Plymouth Rock) landing Puritans and AmericanativeThe Wampanoag (Wampanoag) celebrated the autumn harvest together; However, for the tribals, the day was “Massacre Day”. In 1636, a large number of tribals were massacred. The chief of the Massasoit Indian tribe, who also showed a helping hand to the people.

After Thanksgiving is Black Friday, after Christmas, gas buying can be used as an indicator of the US economy.

There were 5 deaths and 25 injuries in a shooting at the Club Q gay nightclub in Colorado Springs (Colorado Springs) on the evening of the 19th, which also overshadowed Thanksgiving this year. The photo shows the Colorado State Capitol bent in half in mourning. (Reuters)


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