The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on WND Politics
Hollywood celebrities roll out their hatred for the Second Amendment every time there’s a gun tragedy, with calls for restrictions on weapons and ammunition, and even outright bans.
It happened again after Stephen Paddock, 64, reserved a room at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, assembled dozens of weapons and thousands of rounds, and sprayed bullets into an outdoor concert venue, killing 58.
But the film industry is being called out for “homicide hypocrisy” after a study revealed that the popular movies showing at the time of the Las Vegas attack featured 589 incidents of violence, including 212 incidents of gun violence, 108 of them with automatic weapons. The body count was 192.
The study by the Media Research Center reviewed the movies “Kingsman: The Golden Circle,” “American Assassin,” “It” and “Mother.”
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