WATCH: Slew of Celebrities Ask Americans to ‘Reject’ the NRA, Conceal Carry Do to…

Everytown, a gun control advocacy group funded by Michael Bloomberg, recently published a marketing video with a countless number of celebrities begging for Americans to ‘reject the NRA’ and the right to conceal carry a firearm.

This video is in response to the Las Vegas mass shooting, the worst in American History, at a country music festival this month.

Emma Stone, Melissa McCarthy, Sheryl Crow, Laura Dern, Bill Hader, and Adam Scott are all a part of the video, as well as gun control advocate Julianne Moore.

‘In typical Everytown fashion, the PSA does not present real solutions to the attack in Vegas–after all, the attacker complied with all gun controls, including background checks, so no new law would have stopped him. Even gun control advocate Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) admitted as much on the October 8 airing of Face the Nation. Therefore, in lieu of a substantive position, the celebrities are urging Americans to call Congress and oppose things that had nothing to do with the Las Vegas attack,’ reports Breitbart.

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“The mass shooting in Las Vegas has all of us grieving, scared and angry,” Emma Stone opens.

After that opening, all celebrities involved in the propaganda video tell the audience to text “REJECT” to Everytown. They then inform viewers ‘that the gun control group will call those who text, give them contact numbers for lawmakers, and “give [them] guidelines” on what to say when they talk to their lawmakers,’ Breitbart states.

Just watch the ridiculousness below. Give us your opinion on the matter.

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