[Video] Colion Noir Calls Out Hypocrisy of Hollywood Celebrities in Latest NRA News Video

June 10 2013
by GSL Staff
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One of the NRA News’ latest video commentators, Colion Noir, has been delivering common sense, no BS video blogs for a long time now, and since he signed on with the NRA, that hasn’t changed. In fact, those videos have only gotten better.

I’m sure earlier this year you saw the Demand a Plan video put together by many Hollywood celebrities. Noir points out the hypocrisy of these celebs in this video, hightlighting the fact that stars such as Sylvester Stallone (Rambo) and Jamie Foxx (Django) are anti gun in real life, but have no problems using guns for senseless violence in their movies to literally make themselves tens of millions of dollars.

Many of these same celebrities also enjoy the protection of armed body guards around the clock. Notably, Jim Carrey, who delivered numerous anti gun remarks earlier this year and even made an anti gun music video mocking the deceased actor Charlton Heston, admitted on Twitter that he has armed security.

The hypocrisy of these celebrities knows no bounds. They don’t live in the real world. They are chauffeured to and from their work in private cars to and from their secured homes to secured movie sets. They don’t have to drive through the bad part of town because its in the middle of their work and their kids school like millions of parents do everyday. They don’t have to worry about someone kicking in their door at 3am, because by the time that person has gotten to their door they’ve already tripped multiple alarms and are probably already being engaged by armed security.

Also keep in mind that not all celebrities are anti gun. Just check out our constantly updated list of pro gun celebrities for proof.

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