Megan Fox & Rob Reiner React to Highland Park Shooting – and More!
Some of the many celebrities who have spoken out about the shooting in Highland Park, Illinois, are Megan Fox and Rob Reiner. More than two dozen individuals were injured in the attack, which occurred during a Fourth of July parade and claimed the lives of six people. Celebrities quickly took to social media to respond to the tragic news and make statements about gun control.
Below, you’ll find some of the most well-known names and their reactions to the shooting.
Megan Fox is a well-known actress
A lengthy Instagram story statement from Megan Fox referenced the recent Supreme Court decision to repeal Roe v. Wade, and admirers promptly shared it on their own social media accounts. Government? F*ck yes, I say!” remove the rights of women to their own bodies… but whatever you do, America, please! As she began her post, she added sarcastically, “keep ensuring that these indigenous people have easy and legal access to military-grade weaponry”.
Supreme Court judges prefer to restrict women and LGBTQIA than to remove weapons from the hands of dangerous, violent, and mentally disturbed individuals, she said.
To be 100% clear. There will be nothing significant done on Gun Safety, Women’s Reproductive Rights, Voting Rights, the Environment, or anything else unless we hold the House, add 2 Senate seats, and kill the filibuster. VOTE!!!— Rob Reiner (@robreiner) July 5, 2022
It was Rob’s hope that the recent Supreme Court judgments and gun violence could be changed by encouraging others to vote. For the avoidance of doubt: Without a majority in the House, we won’t be able to get anything done on issues like gun control, women’s reproductive rights, voting rights, or the environment. It’s time to vote!,” he tweeted.
On Twitter, Kerry Washington tweeted a drawing of a cycle order that contained phrases such, “as a mass shooting, media extravaganza, thoughts and prayers, social media gun discussions, no one actually does anything, and back to ‘normal,'” before it began from the beginning again.
The cycle continues. It’s going to continue until we see real CHANGE and ACTION for stricter gun laws. pic.twitter.com/jwmg81eAEi— kerry washington (@kerrywashington) July 5, 2022
“The cycle continues.” It will continue until genuine CHANGE and ACTION for stricter gun regulations is seen,” she stated in the caption of her post.
Ana Navarro shared a snapshot of a letter she received from the National Rifle Association, along with a statement asking them to remove her from their mailing list. “Hi there, @NRA. What are you going to do with my name? Your complicity in holding political officials hostage in the face of the scourge of mass shootings plaguing America makes me think you’re an evil, corrupt company. Take advantage of your freebie,” she wrote.
As a native of Highland Park, Richard Marx was quick to tweet about the shooting and his own sadness. He also retweeted a number of other tweets criticizing the NRA and presenting gun laws in the United States. As a child, I lived in Highland Park. I’m actively checking in on the well-being of people I still know who is still in the area.
I grew up in Highland Park. I’m actively reaching out to check on the welfare of people I still know there. My heart is always broken by these constant mass shootings no matter where they occur but today I’m extra heartbroken. And extra angry at the senselessness.— Richard Marx (@richardmarx) July 4, 2022
Even though these senseless mass shootings break my heart every time, today is especially hard for me because I’m in a particularly vulnerable state. In addition to being quite enraged by the senselessness, he wrote in a tweet.
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