Hollywood loves to lecture us on gun control but their shows are littered with violence, even normalizing school shootings and murder. This fall tv season has been no different with many shows showcasing gun violence while at the same time preaching gun control. Here are a few examples:



By no means does actress Jodie Foster consider herself a political person and, when pressed, she’ll admit that Hollywood types should not be held by the public to have enlightened political opinions. Still, that doesn’t deter her from being very anti-gun. And with the subject of “sensible” gun laws in vogue, Foster is using her platform to promote firearm restrictions, because how on earth does a human being even require such a weapon?



Could the CW’s series about the bulletproof hero Supergirl really be dense enough to do another episode against guns? Not only is it that dumb, but the show takes the gun control rhetoric to a new super-dumb level in their hunt for a potential mass shooter. The June 4 episode “Not Kansas” has a criminal getting his hands on what is described as a “DEO assault rifle” with capabilities equal to those issued to the secret government organization DEO.



Once again, Twitter’s public safety bureau has slipped up in its charade of making the internet safer for free speech. The platform’s recent censorship of gun-rights activist Kaitlin Bennett (while overlooking death threats against her) has revealed its desire to terminate outspoken conservativism where it can.



In the wake of the horrific shooting at Santa Fe High School in Texas, celebrities seized the opportunity to do the same old song and dance on gun control at the 2018 Billboard Music Awards on Sunday night, including one performer who prominently sported an anti-gun shirt on stage.



Does your young, budding-activist high schooler have a gun-control walk out planned during school hours anytime soon? Is there a backward teacher or administrator trying to punish your young freedom walker for his social awakening? Well, say goodbye to your problems. Just print out an official Robert De Niro walk-out permission slip, have your kid fill in the blanks, and watch the magic of Hollywood liberalism melt any resistance to Junior’s #resistance. Your kid will be speaking truth to power in no time.

 


ABC’s Scandal will be finished at the end of its seventh season. Here’s hoping the door doesn’t hit this morally bankrupt ABC trash on the way out. Many Americans will remember the show for its flagrant pushing of the envelope when it came to excoriating conservative principles, and pushing moral themes that were, at the very least, avant-garde. Still, what can you expect from a TV show named Scandal, that also happens to air on the unapologetically liberal ABC network?

 


Robert De Niro has been making good on his promise that he will be speaking out against Donald Trump and his conservative supporters at every opportunity, or at least when a handful of Hollywood sycophants is there to applaud his liberal orthodoxy.



According to Matthew McConaughey, assault weapons are not “alright, alright, alright.” But banning them is.



Students at a California high school are hoping to inspire another national walkout day – but this time for the pro-life cause. Not gun control. While hopeful, some students are concerned about a double standard on what issues are socially acceptable for the now-popular school walkout. Considering that no major liberal media outlets are circulating their campaign, maybe they’re onto something.



Sports’ preeminent social justice warrior, Gregg Popovich, is speaking yet again on the current state of political affairs -- and that includes bashing the president.



Could it be that the media have given the the Marjory Stoneman Douglas children gun control activists so much positive hype because they don’t want America to know those kids are in minority on the issue of guns? Call it crazy, but a recent USA Today poll may suggest exactly that.