Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Hollywood Remains A Haven For Anti-Second Amendment Hypocrites

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Hypocrisy is a way of life for many in Hollywood. It's a perfect example of really dumb people who do the things they tell others not to do. I pointed that out about two weeks ago showing that very same behavior exhibited in the climate change debate.

That very same hypocrisy is clearly evident in many Hollywood celebrities who continue to demand more gun control. But you wouldn't know it by the films they make. Also, let me be clear. I personally like many of the films.  Below is an example of some of the more egregious two-faced nitwits.

Liam Neeson who once said in an interview to The Independent: "I am totally for gun control in the United States."

Ten years ago, Matt Damon gave an interview to The Sunday Herald. He said, "I hate guns. They freak me out." This from the guy who made several Bourne films (films I can watch over and over again) as well as The Green Zone and Saving Private Ryan to name a few.

George Clooney starred in such movies as The American, Three Kings, The Peacemaker and Out Of Sight once made fun of Charles Heston (head of the NRA at the time). Clooney poked fun at Heston's Alzheimer diagnosis.

Yep, Arnold was once a big supporter of the Second Amendment. That changed when he entered politics. In 2003, he told a Time interviewer, "I'm for gun control. I'm a peace loving guy." As governor of CA, he also supported the Brady Bill.

 Jamie Fox, who starred in one of the most violent films of all time---Django Unchained---made a PSA advocating for greater gun control.

Jeremy Renner, who also made a PSA advocating gun control, starred in such films as The Bourne Legacy, Mission Impossible, and S.W.A.T.

Yep, even this guy.

Others include ---but certainly not limited to---Mark Wahlberg who starred in The Shooter (damn good film), and Cameron Diaz who starred in A Life Less Ordinary

Denial is a river one can only find in Hollywood.