Hollywood A-lister George Clooney made headlines when he announced he would donate $500K to the upcoming student anti-gun protest in Washington called “The March for Our Lives.”
If he’s so anti-gun, why doesn’t he put his money where his mouth is and tell filmmakers that he won’t appear in movies that glorify guns?
Maybe it’s because he doesn’t want to be reduced to being the romantic lead in a never-ending stream of vacuous chick-flicks.
The National Rifle Association publishes a list of anti-gun Hollywood talent who continue to star in films in which guns play an integral role in advancing the plot.
In the end, these virtue-signalling actors talk a mean game on banning guns, but don’t avoid roles that feature a lot of gunplay because that would severely curtail their earnings.
Do these stars really want to see the Second Amendment repealed, or is this merely another role they play in Tinseltown’s land of make-believe?