‘It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia’ Gang Show Solidarity For Orlando Victims At L.A. Pride Parade

Everything was going as planned at the Los Angeles Pride Music Festival and Parade when all of a sudden…

WILDCARD! BITCHES!!!

That’s right, the cast of It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia – Charlie Day, Danny DeVito, Glenn Howerton, Rob McElhenney, Kaitlin Olson and Mary Elizabeth Ellis – rode on a Paddy’s Pub-themed float during the parade.

The gang paid tribute to the victims of the Orlando nightclub shooting, which was appropriate since the Pulse nightclub seems to have been targeted because it was a gay club. The cast from the FXX sitcom showed their solidarity with the victims and the LGBT community at Los Angeles Pride by being dressing in rainbow colors and writing “Orlando” on their arms.

DeVito spoke passionately about the massacre. “It’s a shame that nobody does anything about this assault rifle bullshit,” DeVito told Slate. “Nobody does it. Barack Obama. Donald Trump. Hillary Clinton. Bernie Sanders. You name it, nobody does anything about it.”

“It takes a couple of years to get over a bunch of little babies being killed. It takes like three minutes to get over a bunch of black [people] getting killed. A bunch of gay guys, OK, what is this? How long is it going to take?” the actor continued. “We’re going to forget about it.”

Cast of It’s Always Sunny, you’re a master of karate and friendship for everyone.