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Guns In America: Celebrities Sound Off
The gun control debate isn’t only for policy makers, celebrities are weighing in on the controversial issue too.
FOX News Radio’s Sabrina Sabbagh reports from Los Angeles in our month-long series “Guns in America”:
Guns in America.
Hollywood remains divided over gun control, on the big screen and off. While promoting his new action film “A Good Day to Die Hard”, Bruce Willis said he is against new laws that could infringe on rights guaranteed by the Second Amendment, and he also has strong opinions about the effect violent films have on viewers.
(Willis) “What makes people crazy in the world is something completely different than films.”
But not everyone agrees, like singer Tony Bennett, who joined several other celebrities in Washington for a Mayors Against Illegal Guns rally Wednesday.
(Bennett) “I just believe that assault weapons… they were invented for war, they shouldn’t be on our streets here.”
The self proclaimed pacifist says he’s always been against firearms, even handguns.
Sabrina Sabbagh, FOX News Radio.