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John Mellencamp is cracking down on politicians May Wawalde, who killed 19 students and two teachers at Rob Elementary, was left behind after a mass shooting in Texas due to their lack of action and “vague” new gun control laws.

“Only in America, and I mean, in America alone, 21 people can be murdered and buried a week later and forgotten, with a crumbling miniature, a vague concept of some sort of gun control law on senator desks.” He tweeted on Tuesday afternoon.

“What kind of people are we who say we care about pro-life? As you know, anyone reading this … Politicians do not give f — about you, they do not give f — about me, and they f- about our children. – No. So, with that hilarious thought, spend a happy summer, because it will take some time for that to happen again. “

Mellencamp appeared to be referring to the U.S. Senate vote on Tuesday, which a New bilateral gun control bill If approved, it could bring about the first significant change in gun law in decades.

Matthew MCCONAUGHEY argues for responsible gun ownership at an emotional White House press briefing

John Mellenkamp has blamed politicians' gun control efforts in the aftermath of the Uvalde school massacre.  The musician is performing at Form Aid 2021 at the Exfinity Theater in Con Hartford.

John Mellenkamp has blamed politicians’ gun control efforts in the aftermath of the Uvalde school massacre. The musician is performing at Form Aid 2021 at the Exfinity Theater in Con Hartford.
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The Senate voted 64-34 to move forward with the potential passage of an 80-page bilateral secure communities law that includes extended background checks for gun buyers under the age of 21, providing grants to states that adopt their own Red Flag laws and provide additional funding. For both school safety measures and mental health services.

A total of 50 Democrats (including two independents) and 14 Republicans The law was signed to bring forward the first major law on gun safety after the Public Safety and Recreational Firearms Use Protection Act of 1994, known as the Prohibition of Assault Weapons. The ban expired in September 2004 and attempts to revoke the ban failed.

Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., Passed the recent law, but the National Rifle Association opposed the new framework.

When it comes to the official vote, changes to prevent the Philippines still need the support of 10 Republicans and all Senate Democrats. It must be approved by the House before President Biden can step down.

Earlier this month, Matthew McConaughey, argued tirelessly Visited the White House to argue for gun reforms, from firearms, to updated laws for outdated practices.

“We need background checks,” Lectern told a White House press briefing earlier this month. “We need to raise the minimum age to buy an AR-15 rifle to 21. We need a waiting period for those rifles. We need red flag laws and consequences for those who abuse them.”

After meeting with President Biden, actor Matthew McConaughey spoke to reporters at a daily news conference on June 7, 2022 in the Brady Press briefing room in the White House.

After a meeting with President Biden, actor Matthew McConaughey spoke to reporters at a daily news conference on June 7, 2022, in the Brady Press briefing room in the White House.
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Details of the gun bill approved by the bilateral group of four key Senate negotiators

“How important is this loss of life?” He reflected. “We have to recognize that something is different this time.”

McConaughey said it was urgent for elected officials “on both sides of the aisle” to talk to each other to find solutions for the American people.

“We are in a window of opportunity that never existed before. Real change, real change can happen,” he said.

After hearing about the shooting in his hometown of Uvalde, McConaughey said he “went home and hugged my kids a little longer and tighter than the night before.” He, along with wife Camila Alves and their three children then Traveled to Uvalde the next morning.

At least 17 people were also injured Armed, he used an assault rifle and was killed by officers responding.

McConaughey argued that “responsible gun owners are frustrated by the misuse of the Second Amendment and the hijacking of some chaotic individuals” and suggested that “the political issue on both sides should be looked at from above.”

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Matthew McConaughey made an impassioned request for gun reforms in the White House earlier this month

Matthew McConaughey made an impassioned request for gun reforms in the White House earlier this month
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“Let’s come to a common table that represents the American people,” he said. “America – you and I – We are not divided as we are told. No.

“We must choose and preserve traditions that will lead to real progress for the next generation. Let’s start giving all of us good reason to believe that the American dream is not an illusion. We will start by making the right choices on the issue. This is before us. We will begin by making laws.”

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The Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting that killed 28 people in 2012 and the Virginia Tech shooting that killed 33 people in 2007 are now the third deadliest school shooting in U.S. history.