Just nothing. No words. Numb. Again. May everyone affected in Texas rest in and find peace.— josh groban (@joshgroban) November 5, 2017
Prayers are what the victims were doing. If you respond to these attacks with prayers but no action, you are protecting the next murderer.— josh groban (@joshgroban) November 5, 2017
“If you respond to these attacks with prayers but no action, you are protecting the next murderer,” wrote Josh Groban in a tweet Sunday, November 5 responding to the deadly shooting in Sutherland Springs.
Groban's tweet is just one of many musicians and artists lending their support and offering condolences for the Texas community.
The church shooting happened barely a month after a gunman opened fire at the Route 91 Harvest Festival in Vegas killing nearly people.
sending all our love to those in Texas affected by yet another senseless and heartbreaking shooting.— Imagine Dragons (@Imaginedragons) November 5, 2017
If you’re good hearted and trying your hand at apathy today because it sucks to hurt again, 1. Me too. 2. It’s not working for me either.— John Mayer (@JohnMayer) November 5, 2017
IM SO SORRY 4 PPL OF— Cher (@cher) November 6, 2017
SUTHERLAND SPRINGS💔.Ppl Must🙏🏻.I Lived in Burleson Tx.,It was tiny town 2,Dirt Roads,Ice House Was Hangout,KINDEST PPL😥
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