Greg Gutfeld: Alec Baldwin shooting was a sad, but preventable, tragedy

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If you separate your world based on ideas or identities, you lose the experience, knowledge, and expertise of the groups you are avoiding

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On Thursday, actor and gun control activist Alec Baldwin accidentally killed a cinematographer on the set of a Western film in New Mexico. As the news comes out, we see how many things went wrong.

Now we hear that the gun was actually used for target practice by the so-called specialist – the Yaks. And it could have live gunpowder – double yikes. And that it was pointed to one person – triple yikes! This is a very large number and one of the most fundamental principles of gun safety. You don’t have to be an NRA member to know this.

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The firearm was also not checked at each stage of the way from handoff to handoff. All these sad errors are based on negligence, inexperience, lack of security protocols. They could also put Hunter Biden in charge of the medicine cabinet.

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Maybe they are in a hurry to save money. Maybe they are cutting corners. Either way, it was a highly preventable screw. Being an expert in gun safety would have changed that. It seems, at least to me, that was the shortcoming.

But where do those experts come from? I would say, NRA. But you can also say “IRA” if you’re telling Hollywood gun control activists. They would love to take gun training from Charlie Sheen in a hot tub filled with mayonnaise.

That’s a rough chance anyone from the NRA would be invited to the set of the film where Baldwin was the producer. Kat will have a better chance of hosting the “Special Report”.

The lead electrician of the film ‘Rust’ says he held Halyana Hutchins in his ‘arms’ while she was dying.

And so we find another example where the prison of two ideas creates problems. If there was an NRA person on the set this would never have happened. But no one in charge will do so because in a prison of two thoughts, gun control – good, NRA – evil.

And it dictates that you’re either a gun control activist like Alec Baldwin, or you’re a rogue gun owner like me. And it doesn’t involve real expertise. Had the idea of ​​a two-jail not existed, Set would have benefited from the NRA’s staunch focus on security and could have saved a life.

It’s like a homosexual not asking his gay neighbor, who is an interior designer, to help him decorate his apartment. In the long run he is only hurting himself. Instead of lying down all the time, the girls are about to take one look at her neon Budweiser sign and shag rug, and say, “Enjoy your hand.”

We still don’t know what really happened, but it’s becoming clearer and clearer. Perhaps the people working in the artificial world want nothing to do with the true experts of reality. Anti-gun advocates hate gun advocates because of the projection of their own insecurities. It’s not that they don’t trust people with guns, it’s that they don’t trust themselves with guns, so it shouldn’t happen at all.

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Last week we talked about a segregated dorm of women and trans people who, troubled by synergistic—that is, straight-repairmen—came to install new radiators for their rooms in anticipation of the Ohio winter. You think there is nothing worse than a male or female freezing their balls. But no – these are straight people trying to help you stay warm. Dormies didn’t want their world to violate another different world. They felt insecure with a straight man in their midst. What would he have liked? Do the work yourself?

It’s like shooting a gun on a set without an expert. You see, everything is the same. That if you separate your world based on ideas or identities, you lose the experience, knowledge, and expertise of the groups you are avoiding. Here is a chart.

The first two shows the prison of thought. Not sharing any information. The second shows them overlapping. That’s how knowledge and wisdom spread – very simple things. But this simple phenomenon is being stopped as a result of the elitist thirst for isolation and conflict. And it’s happening everywhere – from campus housing to Hollywood.

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There are millions of wonderful people who know how to deliver goods, repair trucks, build bridges and operate guns – but what if they are straight? Or a Trump supporter? or religious? Or meat eaters? Or put pineapple on their pizza?

It’s the baby and the bathwater – you divorce yourself from different people, you divorce yourself from their invaluable help. And you end up being clueless and stupid. I mean, a college student.

Just as the professional sports world benefited from separation, Baldwin’s film set could have benefited from the experience and knowledge of an NRA member. I’m sure the NRA would have willingly volunteered an expert to oversee the security protocols. You could probably even find a moderate. But no one thought of this.

Because the NRA is bad. Good gun control.

It’s unfortunate that such a tragedy happened before someone on the set of the film says “Sure he voted for Trump, but he can clean his AR-15 with a blindfold on.”

But I prefer to live in a world where people know how to control the guns they have rather than people who have guns and have no control. Hiring a gun lover would have threatened their safe haven, but without them, it became a lethal one.

So maybe if you’re filming using real guns, reconsider your anti-gun ideology. Let real experts get involved so you can shoot films expertly, not coworkers.

This article “Gutfeld!” Adapted from Greg Gutfeld’s opening monologue on the October 25, 2021 edition of


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