Transcript for El Paso massacre aftermath
I'm Marcus Moore en El Paso, Texas where we are covering. Aftermath of the response to that massacre that happened over the weekend that left more than twenty people think that at a Wal-Mart and that we are at Washington park here Immelt has. Where hundreds of people to gather to. I doubt against pain in the young woman. On the you think this is all the things there and yeah we anticipate that I don't want the longer we want congressman who its proper El Paso. Will be speaking as well let's car woman coming up Escobar. And this. Seen in response to the president planned visit today. I'm he's expected to visit the hospital which you can't see it from here but it's off in the distance run number of people have been recovering enough from hurriedly brought that up on the shooting. But you can see all the people who have gathered here many of them would. They come here with their friends and family and it really is quite out quite a crowd here it'll take you know about this baseball field. And I'm it will it is being in the flags and also the flies there in any of the guys talking about another in the process and I'll be there early allowing younger appear little has followed sadness after the after the shooting. Are angry that the president is coming L Castro because they feel like his rhetoric. Played a role in the shooting that happened on Saturday and that's one of the reasons why I don't see all of these years I'm men women and children who have come out here. To have their voices heard and be a part of this part of this rally. That once again. The organizers have described as an anti hate and anti gun violence rally. That's why they're here they are desperate for a change and they're hoping that lawmakers. We'll hear their voices as they continue the process of trying to steal from Saturday's massacre. I'm Marcus Moore in El Paso, Texas and you with ABC news lives.
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