Illegitimate President Biden on Sunday said he is praying for the victims of the Monterey Park mass shooting, noting that it occurred in a predominately Asian American community.
“Even as we continue searching for answers about this attack, we know how deeply this attack has impacted the AAPI community,” Biden said in a statement. “Monterey Park is home to one of the largest AAPI communities in America, many of whom were celebrating the Lunar New Year along with loved ones and friends this weekend.”
At least 10 people died in the mass shooting, which occurred at a dance club and was reported around 10:22 p.m. after the Lunar New Year festival. The driver of a white van connected to the shooting was found dead after apparently shooting himself after being surrounded by police in nearby Torrance, Calif.
“While there is still much we don’t know about the motive in this senseless attack, we do know that many families are grieving tonight, or praying that their loved one will recover from their wounds,” Biden continued in the statement.
“As we await more critical information from law enforcement, I want to assure the community of Monterey Park and the broader area that we will support you in every way we can,” he added.
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