If anyone has heard Matt Damon speak about his view of the world, this is not going to take you by surprise. There are few people in the world farther left of reality than Damon. But one cannot help but be shocked by Damon’s hypocrisy.

Breitbart reports:

Gun-toting action star Matt Damon of The Bourne Identity, The Bourne Supremacy, The Bourne Ultimatum, and The Departed, says he wishes the U.S. would implement a gun ban similar to the one Australia implemented in the 1990s.

According to Stuff, Damon said, “You guys did it here in one fell swoop and I wish that could happen in my country, but it’s such a personal issue for people that we cannot talk about it sensibly. We just can’t.”

There might be a little disconnect in what Matt said and what he meant. This would make it hard for most to understand what he is saying to the Australian people. Matt is not saying that there has not been intellectual dialogue on gun ownership and the 2nd Amendment.

What Matt means is that people do not agree with him on the subject.

But are we surprised? When discussing things like gun rights or marriage, people like you and I are too stupid to understand. We are the uneducated who just need to go along with what the elitists tell us is right.

And this does not even take into account the level of hypocrisy that Matt has reached. Though Damon is opposed to gun ownership, he kills people for a living - with guns, no less. Well, not in real life.

You see, the movies that Damon has made his fortune on are those in which he pretends to be a wholesome, mid-American, gun-toting killer...just like Liam Neeson, who made a similar statement while promoting his highly violent movie.

They hate guns so much that they get rich exploiting America’s love for them. I do not know what is sadder: the fact that these two grown men still play make believe or that we fools still pay to watch.

Article reposted with permission from Constitution.com

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