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Shots fired during a parade in his hometown
Rachel Brosnahan “can’t find the words”

Rachel Brosnahan advocates gun law reform.

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Multiple deaths after shootings in Highland Park: Actress Rachel Brosnahan has ‘no words’ for events in her hometown.

Shots were fired this Monday, July 4 during a United States Independence Day parade in Highland Park, a suburb of Chicago, killing at least six people. according to CNN killed and several people injured. The unknown shooter managed to escape.

“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” actress Rachel Brosnahan (31) was shocked on Twitter: “I grew up in Highland Park and this parade is a highlight of the year for so many families,” she explained. in a tweet adding, “I get sick every time I read messages like this, but I don’t wish you a twinge in the pit of your stomach calling your family and friends to make sure everyone is okay. No words.” In another post linked the actress, who grew up in Highland Park, Illinois, from the age of four, to an initiative that advocates for reform of gun laws in the United States and wrote to several times: “That’s enough.”

Other stars reacted to the dramatic events near Chicago. Musician Richard Marx (58), also grew up in Highland Park, tweeted: “My heart is always broken by these constant shootings, no matter where they take place, but today I am particularly heartbroken. And particularly angry at the absurdity.” Actor Ken Olin (67) explained in a tweet about his hometown: “I used to go to this parade every year when I was a little boy. I feel sorry for all the children in our country who will grow up afraid of doing the party with a crowd of happy people.”

Bryan Cranston is worried

Actor Bryan Cranston (66) wrote on Instagram to an inverted American flag: “This sign means there is a great urgency. That’s how I feel about our country on this Independence Day. Another shooting will only make me sadder because we don’t we are more shocked by senseless deaths. Independence, personal freedom and security is always a struggle, so we cannot succumb to adversity.” Finally, the ‘Breaking Bad’ star added, “As a country, as a people, we have to do better. We have to be better people. Bless everyone who has suffered.”

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