Ready for the best one minute video you’ll watch today? Here it is:
Nobody does a better job of explaining and defending the Second Amendment than the NRA.
Call out hypocrisy from Hollywood and political elites? Check.
“They don’t like how the men and women who build their office buildings, vacation homes and luxury cars … who mop their floors, clean their clothes and serve their dinner … have access to the same level of protection as their armed security guards. They want you to surrender your freedom for a false promise of government-provided security they will never rely upon themselves.”
Explain that your money doesn’t mean you’re more entitled to protection than I am? Check.
“But no amount of money, power or fame gives anyone the right to take our freedom away,” he said. “At the core of the Second Amendment is the eternal truth that no life is more worthy of armed protection than another.”
To answer the question, no Hollywood, don’t expect the NRA to call you in the morning.
Glad to see more stars being called out for their blatant “what freedoms apply to me do not apply to you” hypocrisy (read my open letter “Dear Leonardo DiCaprio: You Self-Righteous, Hypocritical, Energy-Guzzling Jackass” here). Sure, they can claim to champion “the little guy.” In reality, their the ones who actively seek to destroy the little’s guy’s (that’s you) freedom. Obligatory midget gif incoming.
But it didn’t end there. The NRA released a second powerful ad targeting Venezuela’s epically failed gun control laws.
In this clip, a Venezuelan immigrant explains how the government told its people they’d be safer without their guns, confiscated them, and in the end, produced one of the most violent countries in the world – where 90% of murders are never solved.
“The biggest mistake Venezuelans made was believing that this could never happen… they would do anything for Second Amendment freedoms. Never, ever take them for granted.”
Boom. Key point right there. Exposure complete. Well done, NRA. Well done.