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Matthew McConaughey Calls for ‘Gun Responsibility’ Not ‘Gun Control’ in Wake of Uvalde

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | June 6, 2022 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | June 6, 2022 |


Right out of the gate, I don’t want to dog on what Matthew McConaughey is trying to do with the op-ed he published today. Even if it frustratingly adheres to his commitment to being non-offensively middle of the road, the guy is trying to stop kids from being murdered in their classrooms. In a nutshell, McConaughey is calling for common-sense gun control measures even though he says they are not that, but instead, “gun responsibility” measures that still protect the Second Amendment. Make no mistake, any of these policies happening would be a good thing and McConaughey doesn’t mince words that the problem is guns. That said, he stops short of banning assault rifles, so your mileage may vary. (USA Today)

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