Tim Cook, Apple's CEO took to Twitter after the second mass shooting incident broke out within 24 hours in a row in the U.S. Cook thanked the first responders for their heroic efforts, and then offered compassion to the victims' families. Cook also mentioned that it was time for people to stop pointing fingers and cooperate to end the violence happening in the country.
The first incident happened in El Paso, Texas, where a gunman opened fire at a mall, killed 20 and injured 26. The second was in Dayton , Ohio, where a shooter opened fire on a business, killing 9 and injuring 27 others.
Cook's tweet has been liked 11.9 thousand times, retweeted 2.7 thousand times, and had 310 comments within the hour after posting. The CEO has regularly tweeted condolences on accidents and victims of shooting; just last week he expressed sympathy to the victims of the Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting.