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Drake, Fire, and Friends: Students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in south Florida are just beginning to process the horrific shooting that killed at least 17 of their peers and faculty. Jonathan Drake/Reuters And as the case with every major mass shooting in recent US history, the online conversations about it steered to the usual sources of debate. Conservative commentator Tomi Lahren asked "the Left to "let the families grieve for even 24 hours before they push their anti-gun and anti- gunowner" agendas Tomi Lahren @TomiLahren Can the Left let the families grieve for even 24 hours before they push their anti-gun and anti-gunowner agenda? My goodness This isn't about a gun it's about another lunatic #FloridaShooting 10:29 PM - Feb 14, 2018 46.8K 73.3K people are talking about this However, some who lived through the tragedy not only allowed themselves and others to speak out about these issues they were ready to talk. Teens who identified themselves as Marjory Stoneman Douglas High students are taking to social media to express their anger and frustration over issues they believe are not being politicized enough. kyra @longlivekcx A gun has killed 17 of my fellow classmates. A gun has traumatized my friends. My entire school, traumatized from this tragedy. This could have been prevented. Please stfu tomi twitter.com/tomilahren/sta... 12:48 AM - Feb 15, 2018 487K 164K people are talking about this nikki @nikta04 it is actually about guns u witch from hell twitter.com/tomilahren/sta.. 8:02 AM - Feb 15, 2018 18.5K 93,372 people are talking about this Carly Novell, a 17-year-old senior, told BuzzFeed News she spent hours hiding in a closet in school as gunshots were fired around her and her classmates. Still, when she saw Lahren's tweet, a fire ignited in her. "She's not the one who gets to decide whether or not we get to talk about it, Carly said. carly @car_nove I was hiding in a closet for 2 hours. It was about guns. You weren't there, you don't know how it felt. Guns give these disgusting people the ability to kill other human beings. This IS about guns and this is about all the people who had their life abruptly ended because of guns. twitter.com/tomilahren/sta... 8:00 AM - Feb 15, 2018 O774K 314K people are talking about this "Igot home around 5, I think. I think I saw Tomi [Lahrenjs tweet and replied right when I saw it," Carly explained. "I was just thinking about how I was literally involved in the shooting and I was talking about gun control... I just don't understand why we at mourn and use our voice to speok out at the same time. h's) lle> KY I j)r l ee x kẩli ch itg าได้ lac le wese s r jį k) li gjuin @terrű re)l iie llet ije i could have prevented the attack at her school. And she started speaking out about it immediately on social media, "because we know that if something is changed we can prevent it from happening to anyone else," she told BuzzFeed News. lex @recklex an 18 year old kid, who literally everyone knew was troubled, was allowed to have multiple fucking guns but yeah let's just send out prayers cause that always seems to do so fucking much 5:57 PM - Feb 14, 2018 3,002 968 people are talking about this buzzfeed: “I just don’t understand why we can’t mourn and use our voice to speak out at the same time.” Students Who Lived Through The Florida Shooting Are Angry And They Want You To Know