Gun violence, white nationalism, and Donald …

Two mass shooters killed 29 people across America this weekend. One of them was hours away from my home, in a city where many of my dearest friends live. I know most of you signed up for this newsletter to receive quality political data journalism, but bear with me as I don’t offer up a data take on this. Instead, I can’t stop thinking about my friends and family being killed by a mass shooter. I can’t stop thinking about the parents who were shopping for school supplies as the beginning of the academic year approaches. I can’t stop thinking about young people—like me—being shot in the head while they enjoyed a drink on an otherwise normal Saturday night.

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