Left-Wing Actress Elizabeth Banks Responds to Mass Shooting With 5 Words: ‘Gun Control Will Save Lives’

Hollywood celebrities call for gun reform following the massacre in Boulder Colorado, according to Fox News.

The victims of the shooting range in age from 20 to 65 years old.

A push for gun control followed the terrible incident.

Mathew Modine said, “When you live in a democracy – you vote for and elect the officials that represent you, your values and beliefs. As I type, 9,535 gun violence deaths have occurred in the US in 2021.”

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Wanda Sykes tweeted, “Too soon? I think, not soon enough #GunControlNow.”

From Fox News:

Actress-turned-activist Alyssa Milano wasted no time pressing for gun violence to be “eradicated” on Twitter as she pushed for filibuster restructuring.

Mia Farrow simply wrote that “no civilian needs to carry such a weapon,” making reference to the “AR-15 style weapon” the suspect allegedly used to carry out his attack.

Actress Julianne Moore also expressed her outrage at the events that transpired on Monday and shared a graph from a research organization to further illustrate her point.

“We shouldn’t have to live like this. In Atlanta or Boulder or anywhere else,” she wrote on Instagram. “Our elected leaders owe us #MoreThanThoughtsAndPrayers to end our gun violence crisis — they owe us action.”

She also urged people to support the HR8 bill that would make background checks required in order to purchase a gun.

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