Anti-Gun Celebrities At Golden Globes Protected By Heavily Armed Guards

posted on January 14, 2016

The 73rd annual Golden Globe Awards gathered some of today’s most vocal anti-gun celebrities, including Eva Longoria, Jason Schwartzman and director Tom McCarthy. Jon Hamm, Julianne Moore and Olivia Wilde, who together cosigned a “thank you” letter to Obama for his unilateral actions on gun control, were also on hand, along with gun-control proponent Amy Schumer and Natasha Lyonne, who reportedly said, “We are past the tipping point of everybody getting a gun being a good idea.” 

Despite their virulent objections to our firearm freedoms, not a single celebrity was heard speaking out against the unprecedented number of armored vehicles and armed guards outside the event, many of which had AR-15s with so-called “high-capacity” magazines. Instead, they used the event as a soapbox to call for further gun control. What we want to know is, if guns are so bad, why do these celebs feel the need to be surrounded by them at all times?

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