(ANSA) – NEW YORK, MAY 25 – Enough with the massacres of children with firearms: Oscar winner Matthew McConaughey, who was born in Uvalde, Texas, has defined the latest massacre in his hometown as the product of “an epidemic we can control”.
“This time it happened in my city, Uvalde. And once again we have tragically shown that we are not responsible for the rights that our freedoms guarantee us,” said the actor who lived up to eleven years in the town of the massacre: ‘ This is an epidemic that we can control. Whatever your political views, we all know we can do better. “
Oscar winner for ‘Dallas Buyers Club’, McConaughey considered running for Texas governor this year but backed off on the eve of the deadline for presenting himself. With him other celebrities’ have expressed themselves on the massacre: “If the children are not safe in school, where else can they be?”, Asked Selena Gomez, another star originally from Texas. (HANDLE).