Hollywood Phonies Take Marching Orders from Obama, Seek to Trample Your 2nd Amendment Rights, While Protected by Massive Amounts of Serious Guns: You can’t make this stuff up, can you?
Last weekend one of the networks that broadcasts the pretend news also featured the pointless and moronic waste of television bandwidth aka The Golden Globe awards. Can you imagine the sort of mind, and I use the term VERY loosely, must watch this foolishness? Bingo-Obama voters, definitely. At this “event,” these very significant and important contributors to society were protected by some serious firearms.
The 73rd annual Golden Globe awards witnessed a new level of good guys with guns–handguns, tactical gear, and AR-15s with “high capacity” magazines–moving through the awards venue at the Beverly Hilton and guarding the parameter for a gaggle of anti-gun celebrities gathered inside.
Los Angeles Times photojournalist Allen Schaben tweeted begin tweeting about the heightened presence of good guys with guns around 2:30 p.m.
Security with machine guns patrol red carpet before 73rd Golden Globe Awards at the Beverly Hilton #GoldenGlobes pic.twitter.com/FSRlmmcBnN
— Allen Schaben (@alschaben) January 10, 2016
So, NATURALLY, these pinheads, some of whom are rumored to actually have IQ’s almost as high as dolphins, start robotically taking orders from our Marxist-in-Chief, B. Hussein, to start tweeting pre-fab propaganda. “Yes, Master, your wish is my command,” the Hollywood zombies dutifully say. Of course, they are too stupid to actually write their own material. As I always tell you, 90% of the time when actors speak (and 100% of the time when they say anything half way intelligent, which is rare), someone else writes it. These tweets are no exception.
From Fox News:
LOS ANGELES – Hollywood stars make their living delivering lines written by others, and on the subject of gun control many are quoting a script written by an unlikely source – the White House.
An email sent last week to Tinseltown’s A-listers by Associate Director of Public Engagement at the White House Jesse Moore – titled “Artists & Entertainers Unite to #StopGunViolence” and addressed to “Family” – offered Twitter-ready talking points for showing support for President Obama’s gun control agenda. FoxNews.com, which obtained a copy of the email, compared it to tweets sent by such stars as Ashton Kutcher, and found that the stars passed the thoughts on to adoring fans with little or no ad-libbing.…
“Make your voice heard on social media today using #StopGunViolence and see how many of your peers you can get to do the same,” it read. “I’ll make sure everyone here knows you have the President’s back.
The White House’s Office of Public Engagement, which disseminated the informal instructions, bills itself as the “embodiment of the President’s goal of making government inclusive, transparent, accountable and responsible,” also provided “draft tweet language” that included a link to the White House gun control campaign.
- @POTUS is taking new commonsense steps to help #StopGunViolence.
- @POTUS is taking steps to keep guns out of the wrong hands through background checks.
- FACT: Each year, more than 30,000 American lives are cut short by guns. It’s time to #StopGunViolence.
- FACT: Guns now kill as many people as cars in almost half of the U.S. It’s time to #StopGunViolence.
- @POTUS is strengthening our background check system.
Yes, Master, and by the way, tell me again about the security arrangements at the Golden Globes. I wouldn’t want to get hurt or mess up my pretty face.