After the Parkland school shooting, Pearl Jam has a message to lawmakers

I used to think that if nothing happened with America’s attitude towards guns after Sandy Hook, nothing would change. It’s this demo that seen the majority of school shootings in American history. “Enough ‘thoughts and prayers’ platitudes,” they’re saying. Now, though, I’m beginning to working if the mass killings in Parkland, Florida, is some kind of tipping point. What happens when Gen Z–a cohort far larger than millennials–becomes old enough to effect change? “DO SOMETHING!”
Meanwhile, Pearl Jam is on board. It’s time to #ThrowThemOut. The reaction of the students in Florida has been outstanding: brave, articulate and above all, MAD. Join us: https://t.co/7F3ub3Du0Z pic.twitter.com/Dy0BDSbVdb
— Pearl Jam (@PearlJam) February 16, 2018 We’re done with “leaders” who refuse to lead on commonsense gun safety laws.
After the Parkland school shooting, Pearl Jam has a message to lawmakers