In the wake of yet another mass shooting, celebrities are speaking out.
But like many others, they seem to be getting more desperate for answers and change. With news breaking Wednesday afternoon of as many as 14 killed and at least 14 injured in a shooting in San Bernardino, California, celebs took to Twitter as an outlet for their rage and heartache.
I start to tweet something about #SanBernadino. I stop. I erase it.
I get sad. I get mad.
What can you say?
— Michael Buckley (@HeyBuckHey) December 2, 2015
This is the 352nd mass shooting of this year. How many deaths must we wittness before taking action?! Laws need to change. #SanBernadino 🙏
— Sadie Calvano (@sadiecalvano) December 2, 2015
Honestly, what do we say at this point? If we aren't willing to change gun laws when the most vulnerable among us are killed, we never will.
— roxane gay (@rgay) December 2, 2015
How is this real life? We need to act NOW- "With #SanBernadino, there've now been more mass shootings in the US than days in the year."
— Ben Schwartz (@rejectedjokes) December 2, 2015
Thinking of the world today, praying the media doesn't reward killers with notoriety. Inspire peace. Use your power for harmony, not ratings
Prayers going out to #SanBernadino right now, so sad
This has got to stop. https://t.co/jfFu1di9f8
Picked up the phone after a few hours and am pouring over this San Bernadino news… My heart breaks for my home state.
Thanks @BarackObama for being "briefed" on the shooting where more Americans have been killed & counting-what are you going to do? Anything?
Saddened for the victims.
Monthly/ bi-monthly mass shootings in America.
One commonality: access to guns.