The this week's shooting in Las Vegas that left 59 people dead and more than 500 others injured renewed debates over gun control in the United States. Singer Nancy Sinatra weighed in Tuesday with a tweet that was poorly received by many on the right.

“The murderous members of the NRA should face a firing squad,” said Sinatra on Tuesday, referring to the National Rifle Association, a gun advocacy and lobbying organization known for pushing back against legislation that puts new regulations on guns in the U.S.

Many others on the platform responded swiftly.

“Despite Nancy Sinatra calling for the deaths of millions of innocent Americans, I still love her dad’s music just not his murderous daughter,” tweeted NRA spokesperson Dana Loesch.

“So she only wants 5,000,000 of 50,000,000 dead??? Left wing media: Nancy Sinatra saves millions of lives,” said Donald Trump Jr.

Others blasted the artist for her comments.

Sinatra, 77, clarified in her comments that it was only “the murderous members of the NRA,” she wanted before a firing squad.

The NRA has been silent since Sunday's mass shooting, the deadliest in modern U.S. history. Republican members of Congress typically against bills that increase gun control seemed open to a  bill that would ban bump stocks in the wake of the mass shooting. A bump stock modifies a semi-automatic rifle to make it shoot faster, akin to fully automatic weapons that are virtually banned in the U.S. Authorities say that some of the rifles found in Stephen Paddock's hotel room were modified with bump stocks.