We’ve commented before on the raging gun control hypocrisy of actor Liam Neeson.
The Irishman has banked millions appearing in action films as a gun-toting vigilante slaughtering everyone in his way, but certainly doesn’t think much of your right to defend yourself against people who would do the same to you:
“There’s too many [expletive] guns out there,” he continued. “Especially in America. I think the population is like, 320 million? There’s over 300 million guns. Privately owned, in America. I think it’s a [expletive] disgrace. Every week now we’re picking up a newspaper and seeing, ‘Yet another few kids have been killed in schools.’”
A group of polticially-motivaed California artists have decided to taken on Neeson’s hypocrisy by putting up fake movie posters around Hollywood that mock his latest gun-toting movie, Run All Night.
Politically motivated street artists have plastered “redesigned” movie posters at various Los Angeles bus stops mocking Liam Neeson for his recent pro-gun control comments amid the release of his new action movie, Run All Night.
The studio marketing poster for the film features Neeson holding a handgun in a menacing pose. The artists altered the movie title to read “Gun All Right” with the tagline “One Hypocrite Laughing All the Way to the Bank.”
Biting satire is one of most potent political tools available, and this group of anonymous artists have Neeson pegged. The Hollywood Reporter contacted Neeson’s representative over the posters.
The rep had no comment.
Many Americans who value their Second Amendment rights have volunteered to exercise their right to keep their money in their wallets, and will boycott Neeson’s films.