Megan Fox, Kerry And More Celebrities React To Highland Park Shooting

“The Supreme Court would rather focus on restricting women and LGBTQIA’s than focus on getting weapons out of the hands of dangerous violent and mentally unstable individuals.”

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Megan Fox, Kerry And More Celebrities React To Highland Park Shooting.

Megan Fox and Rob Reiner are just two of the many celebrities who have spoken out about the Highland Park, Illinois, mass shooting. The tragic incident, which occurred during a July 4th parade, killed six people and injured more than 24 others, casting a shadow on what was supposed to be a celebratory holiday.

When the tragic news broke, it didn’t take long for celebrities to take to social media to react to the incident and make statements about gun control.

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Look below for some of the familiar faces and their posts about the shooting.

Megan Fox said,

Megan posted a lengthy message to her Instagram story about the recent Roe v. Wade decision, which fans quickly reposted to their own Instagram or Twitter accounts. “Yes, government!” revoke women’s rights to our own bodies…

But, America, whatever you do, please! “Continue to ensure that these incels have easy and legal access to military-grade firearms,” she wrote sarcastically at the start of the post.

“The Supreme Court would rather focus on restricting women and LGBTQIA’s than focus on getting weapons out of the hands of dangerous violent and mentally unstable individuals,” the actress wrapped up.

Rob Reiner said,

Rob Reiner encouraged others to vote to try and change the recent outcomes of the U.S. Supreme Court decisions and gun violence. “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!!!” he wrote in a tweet.

Kerry Washington said,

In a tweet, Kerry Washington mentioned a cycle that would continue if “real change and action” were not taken, and she shared a photo of a drawing of a written out cycle order that included phrases like, “mass shooting, media extravaganza, thoughts and prayers, social media gun debates, no one actually does anything, and back to ‘normal,'” before it started all over again.

“The cycle continues. It’s going to continue until we see real CHANGE and ACTION for stricter gun laws,” she wrote in the caption of her tweet.

Ana Navarro said,

Ana Navarro posted a photo of mail she received from the National Rifle Association and added a message that told them to get her off of their list.

Hey, @NRA. Get my name the hell off your list. I think you’re a gross, corrupt organization, which puts money and influence over lives, and is complicit in holding elected officials hostage in the face of the mass-shooting epidemic afflicting America. Keep your free gift,” she wrote.

Richard Marx said,

Richard Marx, who grew up in Highland Park, didn’t hold back when it came to tweeting about the shooting and his grief over it. He also received several retweets from others condemning current gun laws in the United States and the NRA.

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“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,” his tweet read.

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