According to the Omaha World-Herald, locals stepped in to provide assistance to Fuller's wife and two children. Superintendent Chad Denker told the newspaper assistance efforts remain largely focused on the immediate needs of the family.
“His whole job is to get people, convince Republicans to f---ing kick people off f---ing health care. I hate this motherf---er, I’m glad he got shot,” Montag said in a recording published
“(Basically every device, every platform, personal and govt),” he added. “So…if you see crazy-tweets from me tonight, don’t assume #HeavyBooze.”