WATCH: Teen Parkland survivor tears into Trump, Republicans and the NRA in electrifying statement
Student Emma Gonzales speaks at post-shooting rally (Screen capture)

Emma Gonzales -- a student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL -- laid into President Donald Trump, the National Rifle Association and Republicans who block gun control measures in an electrifying statement to a post-shooting rally on Saturday.

Gonzales declared that Wednesday's horrific attack should be "the last mass shooting."

She read Trump's tone-deaf tweet about the incident aloud and said, "We know that they're claiming that there are mental health issues and I am not a psychologist but we need to pay attention to the fact that this isn't just a mental health issue."

Nicholas Cruz, she said, "wouldn't have harmed that many students with a knife. How about we stop blaming the victims for something that was the shooter's fault?"

She went on to scorch Trump for accepting $30 million in donations and 2016 elections support from the NRA.

Watch the video, embedded below: