'America Take Note!': Kardashian Praises New Zealand's Vow to Change Gun Laws after Mass Shooting

Over the years, the mother of three has spoken up about her views regarding gun laws. She wants a better and safer environment, and she thinks the present gun laws threatens that.

Kim Kardashian took to her Twitter page to once again voice her concerns about the American gun laws. This was after the horror that befell two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand on Friday.

New Zealand's Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern after the sad incident happened promised that the country will ban semiautomatic guns in the country. After Jacinda's confession, Attorney General David Parker also further mentioned that the guns are going to be banned in the country. 

This significant development by the lawmakers of the country clearly delighted Kim who used the opportunity to ask her country a question that seemed to have been on her mind for a while. The 38-year-old shared this on her page,

"Just 24 hours after the Christchurch shooting New Zealand bans semiautomatic guns! ??. America take note! Why can’t our elected officials put public safety over gun manufacturers’ profits?!?!"

Kim was robbed about two years ago in Paris by armed men who finally stole millions of dollars worth of jewelry from the reality tv star. Her life was not only changed, but it also made her views about gun laws sounder. 

About a year ago, Kardashian-West also took to Twitter to once again share her views about America's gun laws after a mass shooting which took place at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida.

"We owe it to our children and our teachers to keep them safe while at school," she tweeted.

Also, for a while now, the mother of three has been actively trying to advocate for those in prison and see how she can help their case. Kim recently shared this journey with her fans on her Instagram page.

One of those she tried to help is Matthew Charles; she attempted to get him an apartment for in Nashville, Tennessee after he left prison. Unfortunately, the senior man who served 21 years in prison for drug-related crimes, was declined an apartment because of his criminal records.  

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