This week, all across America, there have been the March For Our Lives protests against gun violence in the United States, which came about following the tragic school shooting in Florida a few weeks ago. The shooting has been notable for how outspoken its survivors have been, calling on their government to change the gun legislation and protect their lives more than ever before. Celebrity supporters of the march include wrestler #John Cena and “Stranger Things” star Millie Bobby Brown.

US reality TV star #kim kardashian and her husband, rapper Kanye West, joined the march, with Kardashian saying that they “stand in solidarity” in “calling for action on common sense gun safety laws.” Come on, if Kim Kardashian has more sense than the elected officials in Congress who make the laws and run one of the biggest and most powerful countries in the world, then something is seriously, seriously wrong.

Paul McCartney referred back to John Lennon assassination

Rock star #Paul McCartney joined the March For Our Lives protests, too, saying, “One of my best friends was killed in gun violence right around here, so it’s important to me,” obviously in reference to fellow Beatle John Lennon, who was gunned down in Central Park in 1980. That incident was almost forty years ago. It’s widely accepted as a tragedy, and one of the most terrible assassinations in history. And yet, the gun laws in America still have yet to change.