”She's up there preaching about gun control, but how about her language? What happened to wholesome country singers?” said host Ainsley Earhardt, who seems to be more offended by the word ”fuck” than by tragic killings.
"As the survivor of a mass shooting I can tell you from first-hand experience that all of you protesting and taking days off from school insult the memory of those who were killed and abuse and insult me and every other lover of liberty by your every action." -- Eagles of Death Metal's Jesse Hughes.
Paul McCartney spoke in remembrance of John Lennon in NYC, while Michael Stipe paired his support with a preview of a new solo song. Other marchers, performers and supporters included Kanye West, Vic Mensa, Andra Day, Cher, Eugene Mirman, Moby, Justin Timberlake, Jason Isbell, Wayne Coyne, and Janet Weiss.
People in Washington DC, NYC, and worldwide will march in support of stricter gun control laws on Saturday as part of March for Our Lives, which Hiss Golden Messenger and Spacebomb Records teamed up to release a track in support of.