Hollywood libs set to ridicule ‘good guy with a gun’ argument from behind wall of armed security at the Oscars

Celebs will be wearing orange pins from “Everytown for Gun Safety” (“gun safety” = gun control) tonight at the Oscars. Everytown often ridicules the “good guy with a gun stops a bad guy with a gun” argument, and Hollywood will be pushing that agenda tonight at the Academy Awards.

However, when it comes to protecting their own hypocritical asses, “good guy with a gun” is totally acceptable to the Hollywood left:

And there are more than just cops. Oscar-going libs will be lecturing America that guns don’t make them safer from behind a veritable Maginot Line of armament:

Traffic in Hollywood will grind to a halt on Sunday, as the LAPD works to wrap the Dolby Theatre in multiple cordons of security.

More than 500 officers will be on hand, many of them working overtime, to ensure the safety of the 90th Academy Awards, along with firefighters, police helicopters and agents from the FBI. Private security guards from Security Industry Specialists will work the inside of the theater.

“We have these concentric rings of security that start in the middle and radiate outward,” says LAPD Cmdr. Blake Chow, who is overseeing the operation. “We have a lot of officers in fixed posts and foot beats keeping an eye on the event.”

And that doesn’t include the armed private security some anti-gun celebs employ. You see, their lives are super important, but a “gun free zone” sign should be more enough to protect the rest of us rubes.

One thought on “Hollywood libs set to ridicule ‘good guy with a gun’ argument from behind wall of armed security at the Oscars

  1. Joe Redfield

    I wonder if the Academy has to pay LAPD for all that security? And I wonder if anybody from the Academy would answer the question ‘Who are you more afraid of, alt-right Brownshirts or…you know, members of that, er…religion?’ (If I actually used the hateword ‘M—-m’ when asking the question, all I would get in response would be a lecture on Diversity&Inclusion).

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