According to President Trump on October 31, 2017, November has been proclaimed as National Native American Month. In the proclaimed statements of Trumps Administration, Native Americans have influenced every stage of America’s development. They helped early European settlers survive and thrive in a new land. They contributed democratic ideas to our constitutional Framers. And, for more than 200 years, they have bravely answered the call to defend our Nation, serving with distinction in every branch of the United States Armed Forces. The Nation is grateful for the service and sacrifice of all American Indians and Alaska Natives.
This statement by President Trump during a National Heritage Birthright defends what the proclaimed statements are committed to do, yet there has been several mass shootings within rural communities documented. Innocent children and their parents have recently experienced mass shooters with Assault weapons in connection with a non voiced aggression using a universal language to strip children of their heritage and traditions.
Again another one, Rancho Tehama Reserve of What We Know has been inflicted with a gunman who went on a Rampage to kill. Today, two children have been killed and two adults along with the gunman.
During a news conference above, countless lives were saved by the quick thinking of school officials to put the school on lockdown as soon as they heard the gunshots. Video coverage from the school revealed a shooter going towards the school and shooting towards the windows when the suspect could not gain access.
Reports stated that when the suspect could not get into the locked school, the suspect wound up leaving and began chasing another car, shooting at it, when officers came up on him.