Posted May 10, 2016 10:46 am by Comments

By Jenn Jacques


Jenna Fischer, best known for playing Pam Beesly on The Office, lived in London for six months last year while shooting some movie I’ve never heard of.

Naturally, this gave her time to reflect on how gun crazy America is and turn her newfound realizations into a hard-hitting investigative article in The Hollywood Reporter.

Her colleagues, Fischer remembered, would quiz her on what was really going on over there.

“They would ask me, ‘Is it really true, can you just go into a store and buy a gun? Why? Why do you allow this? Aren’t you scared?’ I explained the Second Amendment and tried to answer their questions, but as the reports increased, I became more unnerved by what felt like an epidemic of violence in our country that didn’t seem to affect other countries that have been exposed to the same movies and video games,” she explained before attending the Brady Center’s annual Bear Awards on May 4 at the Four Seasons Los Angeles. “I started to investigate why that may be.”

Gee, I wonder where a semi-famous actress would go to investigate gun violence?

Fischer’s research led her to the Brady Center. “They are a very moderate, responsible and comprehensive organization, …Read the Rest

Source:: Bearing Arms

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