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Jack White demands more gun control in wake of Texas school massacre – Music News

Jack White demands more gun control in wake of Texas school massacre – Music News

Jack White is demanding greater gun regulate in the US as the country’s gun discussion has still left him fatigued and fearing for people’s basic safety.

His call will come following a teenage gunman massacred 19 children and two lecturers in America’s hottest mass college taking pictures, on Tuesday (24.05.22) at Robb Elementary, Texas.

White, 46, raged on Instagram he was “exhausted” with the “ignorant excuses about the inability to resolve this problem”.

‘The White Stripes’ frontman also and identified as for bigger regulate of guns in The united states,

He ranted about touring the US beneath the cloud of gun massacres: “As we tour in Texas these earlier couple of days, I just cannot support but to sense saddened in so lots of approaches about the most current in a extensive line of mass shootings, but mainly I’m exhausted. Exhausted with the ignorant excuses about the inability to deal with this challenge, exhausted with persons clinging to their political social gathering or their ‘side’ alternatively of looking at the situation.

“Exhausted with individuals whining about their ‘freedom’ staying far more essential than guidelines that aid help save lives. Like the website traffic mild on the highway, and the warning label on the poison, or the regulation of who can purchase sticks of dynamite or personal a surface area to air missile, we already have guidelines, haven’t you seen?

“So how about a number of far more guidelines then that ALSO help you save lives and shield us from severe hurt?”

White joins famous people like Brandon Flowers, Taylor Swift, Madonna and Olivia Rodrigo in sharing rage about gun manage laws in the States.

Mom-of-6 Madonna, 63, wrote on social media alongside a clip from her 2019 ‘God Control’ tunes video clip that lawmakers want to “protect our children”.

‘The Killers’ frontman Flowers, 40, branded the hottest mass shooting in Texas “heartbreaking”.