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Kathryn Elliott Stegall
Will they each pledge to never again participate in any sort of entertainment with gun violence? That would give their demand some real teeth!
My plan, all movie stars, sports entertainers, politicians, including the president, give up there body guards, bullet proof cars and weapons first. Then we can talk about gun control, and other options.
Don’t forget to include media types as well. Too many talking heads perform their jobs in studios that are in buildings protected by armed security guards.
It’s great that it starts with Jamie Foxx who stars in the most violent movie of he year.
So it’s okay for the “stars” to profit from forms of gun violence in movies, music, and television but still demand some sort of plan to stay the rise of massacres happening in public places? Isn’t that just a tad bit hypocritical? Honestly, I believe we do need to take further action to bring about a reduction and hopefully an end to the violence played out in real life.
Platitudes that cost them nothing to utter. Hollywood’s banal preachiness at its finest.