Matt Damon Wishes Australian Style Gun Confiscation Would Happen in U.S. (VIDEO)

Matt Damon gun control

Matt Damon has armed bodyguards and has made a fortune slinging guns on the big screen in the Jason Bourne movies but he doesn’t think much of the Second Amendment.

In fact, he thinks the U.S. government should just confiscate all guns like Australia did.

PJ Media reports:

Matt Damon Calls for Confiscation of Guns in U.S.


Hollywood actor Matt Damon used a press conference in Australia over the Fourth of July weekend to discuss his desire for a massive confiscation of U.S. guns.

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“You guys did it here in one fell swoop [in 1996] 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,” Mr. Damon said during a promotional engagement in Sydney for the movie “Jason Bourne.”

The action star went on to say people get too “emotional” when it comes to “not selling AK47s to people on terror watchlists.”

As we proceed in this election year, expect the American leftists to become less coy about their intentions, especially now that their Queen is getting a pass from the FBI on her email “confusion.”

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Their “wink-wink, nudge-nudge” approach to gun laws thus far has featured repeated proclamations that they really are coming for our guns. They just want “sensible” gun reform, right?

Watch the video:

Perhaps Mr. Damon could set an example by disarming his security first.



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