Stop showing pictures of the killer and his family, does anyone truly care about him anyway? He is dead, he is a coward and he will be judged accordingly. Stop sensationalizing him, stop giving him a moment more of your time or this nation's. We don't care about him or his past or his issues. We care about the lives that have been lost. We care about the families that are left behind to make sense of all of this and to somehow deal and cope. We care about the children and the teachers that had to bear witness to this horrific act of rage and anger. We care about the teachers that put their life before the lives of the children in their care. We care about those lives. We don't, however, care about your ratings and that you have interviewed babies for those ratings. The effects of this tragedy may not hit some of these kids for days, weeks or months. Leave them alone, they are babies and they have already been forced to grow up far beyond their years. Allow them to grieve and to heal. Have a little decency.
In case you weren't aware, the media has a very profound way of influencing society. If you want to do something, if you want to air something, do something good. Call for awareness on gun control, on mental illness and change for our society. We are so focused on preventing terrorism from the outside and we are looking past the terrorism we see every day, right here on our own soil. We are and WILL destroy ourselves from the inside out. The end of the world will come, and it won't be because of a prophecy or some divine being or natural disaster, it will be because of us. We will be the end of our own world.