Candace Cameron Bure said on her Instagram Story Thursday that she was infected with the elementary school shooting in Uvalde, Texas.
The Full House alum explained that she should first feel this before posting and pointed out that a lack of posting isn''t a representation of what one is thinking, feeling, or doing.
Cameron Bure said she grieves with the people of Uvalde and their families, given the trauma and the loss of those 21 people that is so difficult.
My heart is just hurting for you, but that''s all I want to say right now on social media. Im just here, and I''m sorry to hear from you.
The 46-year-old actress admitted that many people had criticized her for not making a statement on the racially motivated Buffalo supermarket shooting on May 14, thus she added that she is mourning for those families.
Some of us do not always feel comfortable to, like, to have to post everything, according to she. I dont want to feel like I must post it for myself to confess my feelings for doing what I do.
Cameron Bure is the latest celebrity to come out and discuss the Texas tragedy, in which Salvador Ramos, an 18-year-old father, shot and killed 19 children and two teachers at Robb Elementary School Tuesday. All of the victims were killed inside a single fourth grade classroom, according to the Texas Department of Public Safety.
While expressing her own grief to the children murdered in this week''s tragedy, actress Niecy Nash, whose brother died in a school shooting.
Nash, his 52-year-old brother, wrote on Instagram on Wednesday, with a selfie and a slew of other viral comments about themass shooting at Robb Elementary School.
It affects different schools, and school is a place in which you should feel safe. I''m sorry to say it.