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Deputy Father of 10-Year-Old Shooting Victim Declines Governor’s Invitation, Advocates for AR-15 Ban




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Uvalde County, Texas – Felix Rubio, a dedicated Uvalde County Sheriff Deputy and the father of one of the young victims in the recent Uvalde shooting, has respectfully declined an invitation from Texas Governor Greg Abbott, Your Content has learned.

Deputy Rubio, who arrived at the scene during the tragic incident, witnessed law enforcement agents take down the shooter, Salvador Ramos.

However, he was not allowed to enter the room where his own daughter lost her life.

In the aftermath of this devastating event, Deputy Rubio and his wife are urging elected officials to take decisive action by enacting a ban on AR-15-type rifles.

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They firmly believe that such a ban would play a crucial role in preventing similar tragedies from occurring in the future.

While declining the opportunity to meet with Governor Abbott, Deputy Rubio stands unwavering in his commitment to seeking meaningful change through legislative measures.

He joins the voices of concerned citizens who recognize the urgent need for action to ensure the safety and well-being of communities across Texas.

Deputy Rubio’s personal experience and his desire to prevent any recurrence of this heartbreaking loss have propelled him to advocate for stricter regulations on firearms.

By sharing their story and calling for a ban on weapons that pose a significant risk, Deputy Rubio and his wife hope to spark a vital conversation that leads to effective solutions.

As the Uvalde community mourns the tragic loss of young lives, the call for action grows louder.

Deputy Rubio’s decision to decline the governor’s invitation underscores his unwavering dedication to seeking tangible change and protecting future generations from similar anguish, according to American News.

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