Kurt Russell unloaded on anti-gun Hollywood reporter Jeffery Wells recently when Wells parroted nonsensical gun control talking points.
Legendary actor Kurt Russell said in a recent interview with Hollywood reporter Jeffery Wells that it’s “absolutely insane” to believe that more gun control will curb terrorist attacks.
Discussing America’s “gun culture” and film producer Quentin Tarantino, Russell said he doesn’t “understand [the] concepts of conversation” about “the gun culture,” after Wells asserted that most Americans fear that mass violence is becoming a “day-to-day” occurrence.
When Wells went on to say that guns are a ”metaphor that disenfranchised white guys need,” Russell let loose.
“If you think gun control is going to change the terrorists’ point of view, I think you’re, like, out of your mind,” he began. “I think anybody [who says that] is. I think it’s absolutely insane.”
“Dude, you’re about to find out what I’m gonna do, and that’s gonna worry you a lot more,” the actor continued. “And that‘s what we need. That will change the concept of gun culture, as you call it, to something [like] reality. Which is, if I’m a hockey team and I’ve got some guy bearing down on me as a goal tender, I’m not concerned about what he’s gonna do — I’m gonna make him concerned about what I’m gonna do to stop him. That’s when things change.”
Listen to the audio of the exchange here.
Wells is part of the perverse anti-gun, anti-liberty liberal mindset that if you simply pass enough laws restricting the freedom of people, that criminals and even terrorists will stop acting like criminals and terrorists.
It’s a childish worldview, and it’s getting people killed.