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Susan Sarandon is on the mend after suffering multiple injuries in a crude attack.
The actress, 73, has revealed on social media she had to cancel an event she had planned with the Funds. Bernie Sanders, in New Hampshire. She took to Instagram to show off her deep wounds.
SUSAN SARANDON SEEMS TO BE SHOT IN WARREN DURING THE FREAK EVENT
“One small slip for a concussion, broken nose, banged up the knee,” she wrote along with a selfie of a bruised, her face swollen lump over her eye.
“Well, looks like I won’t be able to meet the people of New Hampshire, with Senator [Bernie] Sanders tomorrow morning. I’m really sorry about that, I don’t miss that opportunity.”
Sarandon, then use the post to raise awareness about climate change and gun violence.
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“This is a case of an emergency. One of the scientists, the farmers, and all the creatures in the sea. A question to all the people who have lost their homes to hurricanes, floods, and fire, the demand, and the never-ending stream of climate refugees, and the people of the Flint, and San Juan, and Standing Rock,” she wrote.
“This is a [sic] emergency. Ask the mothers who have lost their children to the opioid epidemic, or is it because of the price of insulin. Ask the mothers who have lost their children to gun violence-in schools, in churches, or in their bedrooms. This is a case of an emergency.”
“The questions are separated from their families across the border, or those separated from their loved ones due to an unjust, racist, for-profit prison system,” she continued.
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“This is an emergency, if the young people don’t have a lot of teaching, a dream in the making, due to insurmountable student debt. If the teachers are forced to have additional jobs, and up to 40 hours of honest labor, it can still leave you in poverty. …”
Sarandon is also endorsed Sanders for president in 2016.