Actor Marguerite Chowho is also known for her political activism work regarding LGBTQ issues, gave her strong opinions on the state of America to HollywoodLife in an EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW. When Margaret was asked if she feared the same-sex marriage would be annulled if the Supreme Court struck down Roe V Wade, she had a visceral reaction. “Oh, that’s really terrifying. It’s really, really scary,” she replied.
The Emmy-nominated actress went on to explain what she thinks should be done about the issue at hand. “It comes down to voting, but there is also more to it now. You know, it’s really about walking or at least being very active on your own social media or just wherever you can talk about it. You know, it’s like it’s really important for good comedians, it’s important for understanding, you know, and like talking about what we can do about this issue, at all these higher levels.” , she said in an inspiring statement.
The Flight attendant The star went on to slam lawmakers’ attempts to control people’s bodies and steered the conversation toward laws that would do more to protect America. “If they really cared about life, they’d do something about guns. I mean, they’d do really meaningful gun legislation. It’s so obvious it has nothing to do with with life. They obviously don’t care about the kids. And they don’t care about life because it has nothing to do with it. It’s about control,” she continued passionately.
As for what action America should take to save children’s lives, Margaret’s thoughts on how were very simple. “We just have to get rid of the weapons. There are countries that have had these problems, and they sort of got rid of everything overnight. I mean, it’s so weird that we’re so late on this. It’s a real threat and it’s falling on our children, primarily, and the solution is not to arm teachers or arm anyone else. They can say ‘Well, it’s in the Constitution.’ Yeah, but they’re willing to overturn constitutional rights all the time in other cases and that’s sort of a problem.