After mass shootings in both El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio over the weekend, James Corden took a look back at some of the times he’s addressed the community following similar tragedies. There have been over 1,600 mass shootings since James moved to the US in 2015.
Monday followed a weekend of tragic shootings in El Paso and Dayton. Late-night show host, James Corden, used the opportunity to respond to the violence in an unexpected and elegant fashion.
Rather than starting the message right away, Corden started with a black and white montage featuring a series of seven similar speeches the host has made since joining the late show in 2015.
“We’ve been injured since we started this show almost four and a half years ago, with a total of 1,601 shootings, 1,820 deaths, and 6,890 people,” Corden said.
“The only thing that will change until we actually confront this issue and politicians have moral courage to face the gun epidemic is the location and casualty of the next mass shooting.”