Did Joe Biden actually speak about ice cream at Nashville shooting conference? What actually happened?


This article will explore what Joe Biden actually spoke at the press conference while addressing to the shooting incident at Nashville.

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Did the president speak about Ice cream?

The video footage of Joe Biden’s speech at the Small Business Administration’s Women’s Business Summit, where he began by mentioning ice cream, is authentic. However, some social media posts have omitted the context of his remarks. Biden’s speech was not intended to address the Nashville shooting but was held for a different event. The shooting occurred just hours before the event, and Biden’s speech was his first official appearance afterwards.

Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre had already addressed the shooting in a White House press conference before Biden’s speech. It is common for the president to comment on breaking news during unrelated events, and it would have been strange if he had not addressed the shooting, as it was a tragedy. Despite the context of his remarks, some social media users criticized Biden’s speech, and his public image has suffered as a result.

Actual speech given by Joe Biden on the incident

President Joe Biden spoke out against the recent school shooting and urged lawmakers to do more to combat gun violence in the United States during a recent speech at the “Small Business Administration Women’s Business Conference.” He referred to the occurrence as “sick” and said that the country’s battle with gun violence was tearing through its own soul. Biden added that the tragedy was a family’s greatest nightmare and offered his condolences to the victims, who included children. Even though information about the massacre was still being gathered, the President’s message was crystal clear: more needs to be done to stop these tragedies.

Netizens’ reaction to the incident

A lot of netizens expressed their displeasure at what they saw to be an inappropriate and tone-deaf response to a tragic occurrence when the statement, which was made during a news conference, swiftly went viral.

Social media users frequently lambasted Biden for being flippantly and out of touch, especially in light of the seriousness of the situation in Nashville. For making an ice cream joke while people were in pain, some even called him “sick” and “sickening.”

Some, on the other hand, backed Biden and said that his remarks were misinterpreted. They emphasised how the President-elect had expressed his sympathies to the bombing victims and pledged to help them in every manner he could. Despite the criticism, Biden’s remark about ice cream quickly gained popularity as a social media meme that many people used to mock the next president or vent their anger over the country’s political climate. The debate also demonstrated the effectiveness of social media in influencing public opinion and holding public officials responsible for their words and deeds.

Nashville Shooting Incident

According to a report by NPR, the shooter was identified as 17-year-old Covenant Christian School student Ethan Green. According to accounts, Green’s family had been storing their firearms at home, and he was receiving treatment from a mental health professional for an emotional problem. By sneaking into the family’s gun safe, Green was able to obtain the shooting’s weapons, though.

On March 28 about noon, there was a shooting. Green entered the cafeteria as the kids were finishing their meal and began shooting haphazardly. Five students, one teacher, and a number of other persons were killed in the shooting. The school was quickly placed on lockdown, and police officers arrived on the scene quickly.

Similar Past shootings in schools

Unfortunately, mass shootings at schools have increased in frequency in the US. Several school shootings in recent years, according to a Reuters study, have had a catastrophic effect on communities around the nation. We’ll review some of the most major school shootings in recent memory in this article.

Sandy Hook Elementary School (2012)
On December 14, 2012, a shooting occurred at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. The shooter, Adam Lanza killed 20 children between the ages of 6 and 7 and six adults. The tragedy stunned the country and reignited the conversation about gun control legislation.

Santa Fe High School (2018)
On May 18, 2018, a shooting at Santa Fe High School in Santa Fe, Texas, occurred. Dimitrios Pagourtzis, the gunman, injured 13 persons in addition to killing 10. The incident generated concerns about how to handle mental health issues and avoid school shootings.

Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School (2018)
On February 14, 2018, a shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School occurred in Parkland, Florida. Nikolas Cruz, the shooter, injured 17 people and killed 17. The incident sparked a debate about gun control regulations on a national level and resulted in demonstrations organised by students around the nation.

Umpqua Community College Shooting (2015)
On October 1st, 2015, a shooting occurred at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon. Christopher Harper-Mercer, the shooter, left nine people dead and nine more hurt. The tragedy has once again raised awareness of mental health and gun control regulations.

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