Kevin Bacon Still Hamming it Up for Citizen Disarmament

How sincere. How caring. How wise and trustworthy. How worthy of heeding when confronted with political choices to make. Why, a professional actor couldn't have done a better job. (Everytown/YouTube)

USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon is one of the more benign trivial pursuits resulting from America's fixation with celebrities,” I wrote for Guns & Ammo back in 2002. “Parodying the play ‘Six Degrees of Separation,' the game gives players up to six steps to connect the actor to any other actor via movies they have appeared in.

“A more ominous pastime is the knack for stars to abuse their fame by promoting ill-conceived ‘causes,’” my column continued. “And when it comes to the Second Amendment, connecting gun-grabbers in only one step is, fittingly, a no-brainer.”

Back then I was commenting on Bacon and various other famous Hollywood “stars” signing on to a Handgun Control, Inc. (before they decided “Brady Campaign masked their motives better) “Open Letter to the NRA” that advocated for all kinds of infringements—from purchase limits, to waiting periods, to bans on semiautomatic firearms, and more.

“We are not gun haters,” they assured us.

I then went on to present anti-gun quotes from other “celebrities,” many surprising to people who make the mistake of assuming screen images are more than illusions.  Those included A-list “action heroes” like Sylvester Stallone, Sean Connery and Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Curiously, one bona fide Hollywood leading man — real action hero Audie Murphy — would have been too young to buy a gun at the time he was winning the Medal of Honor, that is, according to the gun-grabbers.

Of course the clamor from Hollywood anti-gunners has only increased over the years, and from time to time we’ll see more anti-gun inanity offered by “lucky stars” including Uma Thurman of “Kill Bill” slaughterfest fame, and “Captain America” Chris Evans.

Fast forward to the present and Bacon is back, appearing with gun-grab fanatic Julianne Moore, rich socialist Susan Sarandon, free speech ban devotee  Michael J. Fox (and other “stars” I’ve never heard of) in a Michael Bloomberg’s Everytown-funded “Make a Plan to Vote” video.

Astroturfers are big on”PSAs.” But for some reason, they're not big on allowing comments under them.

In this one, they urge us to vote for “Gun Sense Candidates …who will offer more than thoughts and prayers… and most importantly people thaty aren't bought and paid for by the NRA.” That last bit is pretty “rich,” considering “Michael Bloomberg Will Spend $80 Million on the Midterms. His Goal: Flip the House for the Democrats.”

And speaking or rich, look what starring in all those movies and TV shows looking “cool”  with a gun has done for Bacon's bank account.

“Progressive” trolls, of course, resort to Alinsky Rule 5 ridicule whenever the hypocrisy of an actor raking it in with guns in movies while stumping for real-world gun-grabs is pointed out. They’re playing characters, we are told. The implication is that anyone bringing the matter up is foolish and disconnected from reality.

What a lame attempt at deflection. Meanwhile, the over privileged stage props reap ludicrous rewards engaging in play “gun violence,” more often than not while pretending to be “good” enforcers for the state. Still, you can stipulate that everyone (but dolts who turn to celebrities for political opinions) understands it's all make-believe, and you can force-feed that point back to them. Of course the characters are not real. Nor are the images the actors portraying them project, or the public’s perception of the person behind them.

It's all an illusion, “the stuff that dreams are made of.”

They’re not wiser, smarter, better informed, more caring… If anything, celebrities have shown themselves more dysfunctional, more egotistical, more narcissistic, more knee-jerk ignorant, more willing to whore themselves, more conformist with the expectations of those who can reward or destroy them…

They’re not who they pretend to be when they’re repeating lines written by others in a manner directed by someone else under perfect lighting with their very appearance molded by specialists, technicians and artists. So why the hell should anybody assume when they speak out on politics their opinions are any more valid than, say, a Mark Dice interview subject's?

Those are the ones that useful idiot “stars” can influence, by the way. And that’s what Bloomberg and the Democrats are counting on.


About David Codrea:David Codrea
David Codrea is the winner of multiple journalist awards for investigating / defending the RKBA and a long-time gun owner rights advocate who defiantly challenges the folly of citizen disarmament.
In addition to being a field editor/columnist at GUNS Magazine and a contributor to Firearms News, he blogs at “The War on Guns: Notes from the Resistance,” and posts on Twitter: @dcodrea and Facebook.

  • 31 thoughts on “Kevin Bacon Still Hamming it Up for Citizen Disarmament

    1. I am not listening to anything someone gullible enough to fall for such a basic financial con and lose all of his money has to say about anything. If he is too stupid to avoid investment rates of return that are impossible than he is too stupid to be dispensing constitutional advice to his intellectual superiors!

    2. I am so weary of these parrots that I have actually began avoiding any activity that celebrates any kind of “Celebrity”. That cuts out a lot of useless and wasteful time, movies, sports, ect. There have been many wise comments on this subject that I have read today and I thank each and everyone. We must stick together to defeat these haters of the Republic, so I plead with each of you, mentor young people, not only in the shooting sports, but in true American ideology. Also, be teachers of truth, in history and in the role of being a patriot to a great nation.

    3. Hollywood anti gunners don’t have anything going for them! They have the endless mags, so they wouldn’t know how to change mags, we use live rounds, we know how to clear jams, misfires etc! They haven’t got the power to eradicate the 2A, only a liberal congress and the repeal process which would take forever! We have more guns and ammo than God! The rest I leave to you fellow gunners! God Bless the USA! 1776 redux!

    4. You figure this guy wouldn’t be for banning anything or any extra regulations, remember when the city he lived in banned dance?!

    5. Curiously, the portrayal of guns as part of everyday culture is not limited to Hollywood. Try Bollywood or the Japanese cinema, countries where firearms, particularly pistols, are strictly prohibited. Lots of guns in those promo images. But then, even “sensible” people seem to acknowledge a little violence here and there if it’s only “fictional”. But, it shocks them to their socks when that which they have supported with their time and movie funds becomes reality. I wish them luck, we know better.

    6. “Thank You Sir, May I Have Another”…
      “Remain Calm All Is Well”?
      The Hollywood Self Appointed Elitist’s/Authoritarian’s have their way of life because of the sacrifice of life of other Great Americans, before them…
      Firearms save lives. Firearms stop crime. Firearms are why America is still free. The history of freedom is inextricably tied to the development of weapons (an interesting study, by the way, if you have the time to examine it). Good people need Firearms. Efforts to end that are immoral and unjust, and when done by government, is a direct failure to “preserve, protect and defend the Constitution.” That’s a violation of the oath of office, which should lead to removal from office and possibly even criminal charges.
      The opponents of gun rights come in four fundamental categories:

      Utopian Idealists – Dreamers willing to ignore human nature (anger, hostility, temper, greed, lust, hunger, poverty, want, megalomania, social pathologies, etc.) in the vain hope for a world where no one ever needs to defend themselves or others; Result: misguided efforts to disarm the public since no one should ever be capable of exerting lethal force for any reason. Fairly rare.

      Routine Bigots – Ignorant gun haters who, generally, have never actually seen a real gun much less fired one, and hate what they don’t know; strong corollaries with race haters; Result: Vigorous anti-rights profile if left alone, however they often resolve their blind hatred when education removes the ignorance — frequent anecdotes of such folks “converting” after their first time at a range. Quite common.

      Hoplophobes — Unfortunate souls afflicted with a phobic terror of firearms, deserving of pity, and in need of medical attention; Result: Though they should never be involved in setting policy on self-defense, national security, or Second Amendment rights, they often insinuate themselves into such positions, their need for treatment goes unattended, and they cause grievous social harm. Easily mistaken for plain bigots. Too common.

      Power Mongers – Like some at the U.N or many anti-gun-rights politicians, they know full well that an armed public interferes with their plans, and they insidiously use lies about the gun issue, and “disarmament (of you but not them) as a road to peace” as a power base and source of support; Result: truly evil, tyrants’ who ultimately suppress human rights, contribute to global genocides, live an elite lifestyle, care not for their fellow citizens. Rare but extremely dangerous.
      The right of decent private citizens to personally possess, transport, and responsibly use arms without government interference is the ultimate freedom and the main pillar supporting all other liberties. Few cultures have allowed their general population access to weapons, the tools of power, to the same degree as the United States. Instead, most societies have restricted the keeping and bearing of arms to a select few power brokers and their agents, often resulting in oppression on a grand scale.
      Despite a massive amount of historical evidence to the contrary, there is a substantial body of Americans, many occupying positions of influence, who contend that the abrogation of the Second Amendment is the quickest path to domestic tranquility. Since this is as absurd as advocating blood-letting as a cure for anemia, it would seem advisable to question the motives and mentalities of the gun control advocates themselves.
      In my observation, weapon prohibitionists can be broken down into seven major categories. Even though their motives may vary they all pose a mortal threat to liberty.

      ELITISTS
      Many of those in favor of oppressive firearms legislation are best classed as elitists. Elitists frequently identify with a peer group based on wealth, power, rank, social status, occupation, education, ethnic group, etc. and perceive themselves and their peers as inherently superior to and more responsible than the “common people”, thus more deserving of certain rights. Since elitists practically consider those outside their class or caste as members of another species, that most anti-elitist list of laws, the Bill of Rights is viewed by them as anathema. Naturally, the Second Amendment is their first target as it serves as the supporting structure for other nine amendments.

      AUTHORITARIANS
      Another type of individual who favors the restriction of private gun ownership is the authoritarian. Authoritarian personalities are characterized by their belief in unquestioning obedience to an authority figure or group and a disdain for individual freedom of action, expression, and judgement. Those with authoritarian personalities function well in symbiosis with elitists occupying positions of power. Because authoritarians repress their desires for autonomy they harbor a deep resentment toward free and independent thinkers. Of course, authoritarians do not want firearms in the hands of the general population as this constitutes a major obstacle to fulfilling their pathological and obsessive desire to control people.

      CRIMINALS
      It goes without saying that career criminals would like to see the public disarmed for obvious reasons. A well-armed population makes crimes such as assault, robbery, and burglary hazardous for the perpetrator and this is bad for “business.” Also, even non-violent or “white collar” criminals live in constant fear of retribution from the public that they financially bleed and would therefore prefer that the public be disarmed. Evidence supporting this hypothesis can be gathered by studying the Second Amendment voting records of those legislators who have been convicted of willful misconduct.

      THE FEARFUL
      Cowards are easily or excessively frightened by things and situations that are recognized as dangerous, difficult, or painful. It therefore stands to reason that the mere thought of guns and the circumstances in which they are employed causes them abnormal amounts of stress. Rather than admit their weakness to themselves or others, some fearful types jump on the anti-gun bandwagon and purport moral superiority to those “barbaric” enough to employ lethal force against armed assailants by claiming various humanitarian and pragmatic motives for allowing evil to remain unchecked. Many of these individuals harbor an envy induced resentment toward anyone with the means, skill, and will to successfully stand up to criminal aggression.
      The desire to assert oneself exists in nearly everyone, wimps included, so cowards seek out tame enemies against whom they can ply their pitiful brand of machismo. Instead of the sociopaths who commit acts of wanton aggression with guns, guns themselves and responsible gun owners are the main targets of their attacks. After all, real criminals are dangerous, so cowards prefer doing battle with inanimate objects that do not have a will of their own and decent law-abiding people whose high level of integrity and self-discipline prevent them from physically lashing out against mere verbal assailants, however obnoxious they may be.

      IDEOLOGICAL CHAMELEONS
      Ideological chameleons follow the simple social strategy of avoiding controversy and confrontation by espousing the beliefs of the people in their immediate vicinity or advocating the philosophy of those who scream the loudest in a debate. Quite a few supposedly pro Second Amendment public officials have shown themselves to be ideological chameleons when they supported restrictions on the private possession of military style semiautomatic rifles following recent atrocities in which such firearms were employed. Like their reptilian namesake, people who merely blend in with the ambient philosophical foliage seem to have little insight into the moral and social ramifications of their actions. Political and/or economic gain along with avoidance of confrontation are their only goals.

      SECURITY MONOPOLISTS
      Security monopolists are those members and representatives of public and private security providing concerns who want the means of self-protection out of private hands so that they can command high fees for protecting the citizenry against the rising tide of crime. These profiteers stand to lose a great deal of capital if citizens can efficiently defend themselves. To the security monopolist, each criminal who enters and exits the revolving door of justice is a renewable source of revenue providing jobs for police, social workers, victim counsellors, judges, prison employees, security guards, burglar alarm installers, locksmiths, and others employed by the security monopolies or their satellite organizations. No wonder it is so common for an honest citizen to be more ruthlessly hounded by the authorities when he shoots a criminal in self-defense than a criminal who shoots honest citizens.

      THE DYSFUNCTIONALLY UNWORLDLY
      Just as a limb will weaken and atrophy if not used, so will aspects of the mind fail to develop if nothing in one’s environment exists to challenge them. People who have led excessively sheltered lives tend to have a difficult time understanding certain cause and effect relationships and an even harder time appreciating just how cruel the world can be. These dysfunction ally unworldly types are truly perplexed at the very notion of firearms ownership regarding defense. To them, tyranny and crime are things that happen in other places far removed from their “civilized” universe. Also, they do not understand the value of private property and why some people would fight for theirs since they never had to work hard to acquire what they possess. While those suffering from dysfunctional unworldliness are most often people who have been born into considerable wealth, this condition is also common in members of the clergy, academicians, practioners of the arts, and others who have spent much of their lives cloistered in a safe and pampering environment. While many of these people may be quite talented and intelligent in some ways, their extreme naivety makes them easy prey for the tyrants who use them for the financial support and favorable advertisement of their regimes. The anti-gun movement is well represented and financed by the dysfunction ally unworldly.
      The price of liberty is eternal vigilance, and it behooves all vigilant lovers of liberty to know and be able to recognize the various types of arms prohibitionists and understand their differing but equally dangerous motives. Acquiring knowledge of one’s foes is the first step toward defeating them. We must never forget that a threat to private firearms ownership is a threat to all freedoms.
      The inalienable and fundamental right to keep and bear arms which is enumerated by (but predates) the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution is not about hunting, gun collecting, or target shooting. Its purpose is to ensure that every responsible American personally possesses the means to defend the Republic from all forms of tyranny, within and without. It is what permits the other nine Amendments in the Bill of Rights to be more than mere hollow phrases on a piece of paper. Its free exercise is the antithesis of serfdom and the only meaningful form of holocaust insurance known to man.
      We must never insult and degrade the spirits of our Founding Fathers by permitting the Second Amendment, the pillar of freedom, to be destroyed by the cold flame of legislative ink.

    7. Typical hypocrite. Anybody see his shite movie Death Sentece? Where he uses multiple firearms to get revenge for his murdered son? Well dont because it was bad. Really really bad. But hey it was ok for him to get paid using a firearm as civilian. Eat shite

    8. Most people like bacon. It smells great when cooking and tastes great when eating. This one obviously came out of a bad package and is rotten.

    9. Bacon, a has been in an occupation that can come up with no original ideas. They keep bringing back old movies and try to dress them up to appeal to the suckers that will sit and watch. No movies and no NFL for this pro gun American. Bacon should be fried for his do as I say, not as I do position. They are too stupid to realize they are alienating a large section of the buying public.

    10. I never take advise from people who’s only skill is pretending to be something and someone they are not. Same goes for anyone who’s only skill is bouncing a basketball, or throwing a football. It’s like taking marriage advise from the Pope, it’s something he knows nothing about so it’s useless.

    11. “Thank You Sir, May I Have Another”…
      “Remain Calm All Is Well”?

      The Hollywood Self Appointed Elitist’s/Authoritarian’s, have their way of life because of the Sacrifice of Life of other Great Americans, before them…

      Firearms save lives. Firearms stop crime. Firearms are why America is still free. The history of freedom is inextricably tied to the development of weapons (an interesting study, by the way, if you have the time to examine it). Good people need Firearms. Efforts to end that are immoral and unjust, and when done by government, is a direct failure to “preserve, protect and defend the Constitution.” That’s a violation of the oath of office, which should lead to removal from office and possibly even criminal charges.
      The opponents of gun rights come in four fundamental categories:

      Utopian Idealists – Dreamers willing to ignore human nature (anger, hostility, temper, greed, lust, hunger, poverty, want, megalomania, social pathologies, etc.) in the vain hope for a world where no one ever needs to defend themselves or others; Result: misguided efforts to disarm the public since no one should ever be capable of exerting lethal force for any reason. Fairly rare.

      Routine Bigots – Ignorant gun haters who, generally, have never actually seen a real gun much less fired one, and hate what they don’t know; strong corollaries with race haters; Result: Vigorous anti-rights profile if left alone, however they often resolve their blind hatred when education removes the ignorance — frequent anecdotes of such folks “converting” after their first time at a range. Quite common.

      Hoplophobes — Unfortunate souls afflicted with a phobic terror of firearms, deserving of pity, and in need of medical attention; Result: Though they should never be involved in setting policy on self-defense, national security, or Second Amendment rights, they often insinuate themselves into such positions, their need for treatment goes unattended, and they cause grievous social harm. Easily mistaken for plain bigots. Too common.

      Power Mongers – Like some at the U.N or many anti-gun-rights politicians, they know full well that an armed public interferes with their plans, and they insidiously use lies about the gun issue, and “disarmament (of you but not them) as a road to peace” as a power base and source of support; Result: truly evil, tyrants’ who ultimately suppress human rights, contribute to global genocides, live an elite lifestyle, care not for their fellow citizens. Rare but extremely dangerous.
      The right of decent private citizens to personally possess, transport, and responsibly use arms without government interference is the ultimate freedom and the main pillar supporting all other liberties. Few cultures have allowed their general population access to weapons, the tools of power, to the same degree as the United States. Instead, most societies have restricted the keeping and bearing of arms to a select few power brokers and their agents, often resulting in oppression on a grand scale.
      Despite a massive amount of historical evidence to the contrary, there is a substantial body of Americans, many occupying positions of influence, who contend that the abrogation of the Second Amendment is the quickest path to domestic tranquility. Since this is as absurd as advocating blood-letting as a cure for anemia, it would seem advisable to question the motives and mentalities of the gun control advocates themselves.
      In my observation, weapon prohibitionists can be broken down into seven major categories. Even though their motives may vary they all pose a mortal threat to liberty.

      ELITISTS
      Many of those in favor of oppressive firearms legislation are best classed as elitists. Elitists frequently identify with a peer group based on wealth, power, rank, social status, occupation, education, ethnic group, etc. and perceive themselves and their peers as inherently superior to and more responsible than the “common people”, thus more deserving of certain rights. Since elitists practically consider those outside their class or caste as members of another species, that most anti-elitist list of laws, the Bill of Rights is viewed by them as anathema. Naturally, the Second Amendment is their first target as it serves as the supporting structure for other nine amendments.

      AUTHORITARIANS
      Another type of individual who favors the restriction of private gun ownership is the authoritarian. Authoritarian personalities are characterized by their belief in unquestioning obedience to an authority figure or group and a disdain for individual freedom of action, expression, and judgement. Those with authoritarian personalities function well in symbiosis with elitists occupying positions of power. Because authoritarians repress their desires for autonomy they harbor a deep resentment toward free and independent thinkers. Of course, authoritarians do not want firearms in the hands of the general population as this constitutes a major obstacle to fulfilling their pathological and obsessive desire to control people.

      CRIMINALS
      It goes without saying that career criminals would like to see the public disarmed for obvious reasons. A well-armed population makes crimes such as assault, robbery, and burglary hazardous for the perpetrator and this is bad for “business.” Also, even non-violent or “white collar” criminals live in constant fear of retribution from the public that they financially bleed and would therefore prefer that the public be disarmed. Evidence supporting this hypothesis can be gathered by studying the Second Amendment voting records of those legislators who have been convicted of willful misconduct.

      THE FEARFUL
      Cowards are easily or excessively frightened by things and situations that are recognized as dangerous, difficult, or painful. It therefore stands to reason that the mere thought of guns and the circumstances in which they are employed causes them abnormal amounts of stress. Rather than admit their weakness to themselves or others, some fearful types jump on the anti-gun bandwagon and purport moral superiority to those “barbaric” enough to employ lethal force against armed assailants by claiming various humanitarian and pragmatic motives for allowing evil to remain unchecked. Many of these individuals harbor an envy induced resentment toward anyone with the means, skill, and will to successfully stand up to criminal aggression.
      The desire to assert oneself exists in nearly everyone, wimps included, so cowards seek out tame enemies against whom they can ply their pitiful brand of machismo. Instead of the sociopaths who commit acts of wanton aggression with guns, guns themselves and responsible gun owners are the main targets of their attacks. After all, real criminals are dangerous, so cowards prefer doing battle with inanimate objects that do not have a will of their own and decent law-abiding people whose high level of integrity and self-discipline prevent them from physically lashing out against mere verbal assailants, however obnoxious they may be.

      IDEOLOGICAL CHAMELEONS
      Ideological chameleons follow the simple social strategy of avoiding controversy and confrontation by espousing the beliefs of the people in their immediate vicinity or advocating the philosophy of those who scream the loudest in a debate. Quite a few supposedly pro Second Amendment public officials have shown themselves to be ideological chameleons when they supported restrictions on the private possession of military style semiautomatic rifles following recent atrocities in which such firearms were employed. Like their reptilian namesake, people who merely blend in with the ambient philosophical foliage seem to have little insight into the moral and social ramifications of their actions. Political and/or economic gain along with avoidance of confrontation are their only goals.

      SECURITY MONOPOLISTS
      Security monopolists are those members and representatives of public and private security providing concerns who want the means of self-protection out of private hands so that they can command high fees for protecting the citizenry against the rising tide of crime. These profiteers stand to lose a great deal of capital if citizens can efficiently defend themselves. To the security monopolist, each criminal who enters and exits the revolving door of justice is a renewable source of revenue providing jobs for police, social workers, victim counsellors, judges, prison employees, security guards, burglar alarm installers, locksmiths, and others employed by the security monopolies or their satellite organizations. No wonder it is so common for an honest citizen to be more ruthlessly hounded by the authorities when he shoots a criminal in self-defense than a criminal who shoots honest citizens.

      THE DYSFUNCTIONALLY UNWORLDLY
      Just as a limb will weaken and atrophy if not used, so will aspects of the mind fail to develop if nothing in one’s environment exists to challenge them. People who have led excessively sheltered lives tend to have a difficult time understanding certain cause and effect relationships and an even harder time appreciating just how cruel the world can be. These dysfunction ally unworldly types are truly perplexed at the very notion of firearms ownership regarding defense. To them, tyranny and crime are things that happen in other places far removed from their “civilized” universe. Also, they do not understand the value of private property and why some people would fight for theirs since they never had to work hard to acquire what they possess. While those suffering from dysfunctional unworldliness are most often people who have been born into considerable wealth, this condition is also common in members of the clergy, academicians, practioners of the arts, and others who have spent much of their lives cloistered in a safe and pampering environment. While many of these people may be quite talented and intelligent in some ways, their extreme naivety makes them easy prey for the tyrants who use them for the financial support and favorable advertisement of their regimes. The anti-gun movement is well represented and financed by the dysfunction ally unworldly.
      The price of liberty is eternal vigilance, and it behooves all vigilant lovers of liberty to know and be able to recognize the various types of arms prohibitionists and understand their differing but equally dangerous motives. Acquiring knowledge of one’s foes is the first step toward defeating them. We must never forget that a threat to private firearms ownership is a threat to all freedoms.
      The inalienable and fundamental right to keep and bear arms which is enumerated by (but predates) the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution is not about hunting, gun collecting, or target shooting. Its purpose is to ensure that every responsible American personally possesses the means to defend the Republic from all forms of tyranny, within and without. It is what permits the other nine Amendments in the Bill of Rights to be more than mere hollow phrases on a piece of paper. Its free exercise is the antithesis of serfdom and the only meaningful form of holocaust insurance known to man.
      We must never insult and degrade the spirits of our Founding Fathers by permitting the Second Amendment, the pillar of freedom, to be destroyed by the cold flame of legislative ink.

    12. Probably time to fry some ‘Bacon’. The rest also as a side dish. If possible,’boycott em all. Just like the NFL…..I haven’t watched a game since they too started their shenanigans. Disgraceful.

    13. Everyone in Hollywood is a communist and pretty much a liar as they pretrade themselves in the movies /fantasy with firearms of all types double standard whamme Jamie on uncle SammyVote Republican kick out the communists while we still have a leg to stand on and I mean that literally

    14. Kevin Bacon should move to North Korea or China or Russia and then maybe he can feel safe because citizens don’t have guns

    15. Not a huge fan of boycotts, but we’ve pretty much stopped going to the movies because of actors’ entitled mentality. They are entitled to armed security upon demand (Emmies, Oscars, virtually any public event) but the average Joe should not have access to firearms to defend themselves or their families.

      I realize that many of these folks are not the brightest bulbs in the box…many dropped out of HS to pursue fame, or had demanding “Woman’s studies” courses if they did go to college. Most never built anythings with their hands, or contributed to national defense.

      If they were a bit smarter, they would realize that when you start curtailing the Bill of Rights you start changing the nature of what America is. If you ask any of them if they would put up with having to apply for a “free speech” license, most would scream “heck no.”

      The whole irony here is that graphic movies, video games and and their own incivility is contributing greatly to the overall down slide of morality and values that are harming the US today.

      1. @JDC, I concur with you. It takes little energy to not buy something. I think that we can show Hollywood how irrelevant that they by making the effort to go and vote. The more pro-Second Amendment people that we sent to Congress, the bigger and harder is the slap in the face to the elitists, Hollywood narcissists, and democrat national socialists.
        This will be the last of the pleasant weather, so a party for all of your family and friends that vote right would be good, too! I call it “Revolution by Barbecue”!

        1. Amen, Wild Bill. Amen. My wife and I voted absentee two weeks ago, just to make sure nothing came up on 6 Nov. Hoping to end Tammy Baldwin’s Senate “career” (where the only vote she seems to embrace is LGBT) here in WI.

          Be well. JDC

        2. the sentence should be: I think that we can show Hollywood how irrelevant that they ARE by making the effort to go and vote. My apologies if the lack of a verb caused any consternation or confusion.

    16. Why would anyone in their right mind listen to what an actor says, everything thing they do is make believe just like what little kids do when they play.

    17. These actors are empty hollow shells that is filled with garbage for their part. Gigo…..I swear they have zero level flatlined personalities. Look that one up in the dsm. Problem is they have created a world of fan following that no one even cares what they do or are about.

      Just like the directors couch, they collapse like scared herd animals and scream as loud as they can at the truth like it was a bodysnatcher. Truth bad… commies good…

      Finally thought the great succubus of Hollywood was going to eat itself. But, damn the truth and those Americans trying to get back to some sort of reality where laws and reality matters. Only reality stars matter and that’s the truth.

      Trump has given me hope during a very dark time in our history where a devout commie ran this country into the ground.. he was not vetted and by all legal accounts was not even a citizen of US. He was a con from the word go. Yet the left coast loved him.

      As trump was a tv star, they should embrace him, yet, his American ways cannot be reconciled with the jet setting empty shells. They remind me of fabragee eggs. Pretty to look at, hollow with no guts, never had an original thought, only worth is as a trophy some rich person pays to keep them around.

      The Hollywood boycott should be followed up each time someone does not go to a movie with twatter, fake book, and insta grain posts as to why. I honestly only sign ed d up for face book to win a computer. I have signed on twice for th hat reason. Never hit up Twitter or Instagram, I was on a police website before I retired. When a business gets the same monetary Grant’s as skrew gleaned, wash post, alphabet, fakebook, and doesn’t block because I unload my tirade at some worthless sub pos because they say my guns need taken and I need to be held down and raped, well fuck them…..

      1. This is why Democrats like to pardon criminals en masse, criticize law enforcement officers, stand strong on legal technicalities, and ensure that the public is not actually protected. Of course, they talk about how much they care for people, unlike the hard-hearted Republicans, but why would you stand up for law and order when crime is the profitable game? The goals are, 1) keep social chaos and crisis high, so that strong government seems to be desperately needed, 2) ensure votes for the Democratic party, which treats criminals gently and victims like dirt, and 3) use crime statistics to point at how bad guns are in a society, since their protegees continue with their lives of inflicting mayhem. Ultimately, they hope, they will have political power, and the people will have no defense of their rights at all. Anyone who votes Democratic these days has a lot of explaining to do, but before you can explain something, you have to think it through, so not much hope, there.

    18. “a chance to elect”…….the socialist elite and further destroy the democracy that this nation was founded upon.

    19. What is Kevin Bacon’s claim to fame ?? All he has ever done is to make believe that he was someone else in a movie role !! Do we really know who Kevin Bacon is, or is he playing a “role” in real life.

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