After not taking down Orange Man Bad, celebrities need another target for their hysteria… so why not go back to an old favorite?
Hollywood’s hypocritical gun control elites, including Rosie O’Donnell, Darryl Hannah, Amy Schumer, and others are applying pressure on studio executives to cut ties with the NRA. This request comes just over a week before Hollywood comes together on February 9 for the Oscars.
1010 WCST reports that the celebs, joined by the gun control group Guns Down America, sent a letter to the execs which said, “Since the federal government has failed to pass reforms that raise the standard for gun ownership in America, our industry has a responsibility to act.”
Here’s a thought: why don’t these pricks put their money/careers where their mouth is? If these precious little darlings hate guns so much, then they should:
- refuse to read any scripts which contain guns or gunplay; or else
- tell their agents to put a clause into their next movie deal that if the storyline changes to involve any guns whatsoever, they have the right to walk off the set without penalty.
Let’s see how that works out for them.
I’d add – have their personal security details be gun free, since, guns are bad and dangerous. If they are THAT dead-set against them, then their own safety should be paramount.
Tom Selleck brought this up to Rosie during one of their heated discussions, and she made him out to be everything but human for ‘putting her and her family at jeopardy for those that have them’. For me, not thee…
Hear. Hear. They should also give up their concealed carry permits that only celebs can get in certain jurisdictions.
I saw Selleck on Rosie’s show. He was just there to hype his movie, and she just would not stop over the gun issue. It may be coincidental, but shortly after that, her show was cancelled, and she lost whatever spokesperson gig she had(Kmart?)
Ya reap what ya sow.
The funniest thing to me is how celebrity “tough guy” actors pose with guns on movie posters and promotional snapshots, and act in movies where the good guy uses a gun to dispatch the bad guy – and then they go out and talk about how “EEVIL” guns are.
I’m guessing most of them are too obtuse to understand that the message delivered by their movies and photos is much more powerful than the one that comes out of their mouths.
Too right. Liam Neeson is dead to me as an actor for his stance on guns.
They’ve all bought into the BS that was spouted to deflect the criticism of media/games thrown at them by the wife of the Vice President in the Clinton/Gore Admin. Their cognitive dissonance was completely ignored.
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