Alec Baldwin And Elitist Whitewash
Alec Baldwin And Elitist Whitewash
Alec Baldwin proved last night that he is an absolutely stellar actor. He also proved that the media elite will do anything to whitewash crimes their fellow travelers commit. Those two things were evident in Baldwin’s interview with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos, regarding the murder of Halyna Hutchins on the set of the movie Rust. We also learned about the amazing self-shooting gun and the magic bullet.
Mr. Baldwin is an actor. Mr. Baldwin has a hair-trigger temper. Those are well-known facts. Baldwin was the star and executive producer of the movie. And, therefore, responsible for ensuring the safety and well-being pf the cast and crew on the film.
Alec Baldwin met Halyna Hutchins just days before the shooting.The “Rust” crew started work before dawn, at about 6:30 a.m., and the crew gathered for breakfast at Bonanza Creek Ranch, where the movie was being filmed.
The “Rust” crew started work before dawn, at about 6:30 a.m., and the crew gathered for breakfast at Bonanza Creek Ranch, where the movie was being filmed.
But a major problem had emerged the night before: Six members of the camera crew had sent in resignation letters, citing issues including a lack of hotel accommodations and late paychecks.
Tensions on the set of “Rust” were building, though. And just days before the fatal shooting, at least two accidental gun discharges on set had put crew members on edge.
He said there had been concern about the limited experience of the film’s armorer, who was in charge of the weaponry on the set: Hannah Gutierrez-Reed, who was 24 years old and just starting her career as a head armorer.
Hannah Gutierrez-Reed has been blamed for the death of Hutchins and, as Victory Girls’ Shelby told you about the problems with Dave Halls, the Assistant Director:
Dave Halls, Alec Baldwin’s assistant director, turns out was fired for the accidental discharge of a weapon on a prior movie set. The plot thickens as affidavits, statements, and witness statements are beginning to gel surrounding the Alec Baldwin movie set shooting that left one person dead and another wounded.
Mainstream media’s latest distraction regarding Baldwin’s culpability is that assistant director, Dave Halls, had been terminated from a previous movie set because of the accidental discharge of a weapon.
It’s all about protecting the culpability of Alec Baldwin, in other words, a whitewash.
Between crying and blaming others, Baldwin described for Stephanopoulos the attention to detail cinematographer Hutchins gave to getting the proper angles for that particular shot in the church on set. He described her wanting to see him pull back the hammer and that he kept his finger outside of the trigger guard. Baldwin said he aimed the gun at her because she told him to, let the hammer go and the gun went off.
— NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt (@NBCNightlyNews) December 3, 2021
Baldwin said in 40 years of making movies some “prop” supervisors wanted to do a weapons brief and some didn’t. Excuse me? He said he had never heard of the term “armorer” before the movie “Rust”? No baby. Sell that some place else. Gun safety is everyone’s responsibility and Alec Baldwin’s 40 years in movies should have taught him that if he is capable of learning.
George Clooney chided Baldwin about gun safety. Clooney lost his friend, Brandon Lee, to an onset gun accident in 1993. And, during a weapons pick for a Bad Boys movie actor Will Smith demonstrated gun safety:
But, Alec Baldwin is as stupid as he is quick to blame others. Baldwin was not happy with Clooney’s comment and showed his backside again:
“There were a lot of people who felt it necessary to contribute some comment to the situation, which really didn’t help the situation at all,” he said. “If your protocol is you checking the gun every time, well, good for you. Good for you.”
“My protocol was to trust the person that had the job,” he continued. “And it worked up until this point.”
“What is the actor’s responsibility?” Stephanopoulos pressed.
“That’s a tough question,” Baldwin said. “Because the actor’s responsibility going this day forward is very different than it was the day before that … I did the same thing that day that I did all the other days we were shooting.”
The actor’s “responsibility” has always been thus, douche. The Four Rules of Gun Safety apply to everyone, all the time. Just like the rules of safely operating an automobile apply to everyone, all the time. Deadly weapons don’t become less deadly because you are a stupid actor.
Worse than the crocodile tears, the bad acting, and blaming the late Halyna Hutchins for telling him to aim at her, was Alec Baldwin blaming the armorer, the assistant director and everyone else on the set for what he did. He also kvetched that other people are filing suit against him before the husband and son of Hutchins. Okay, my dude. He believes the set was sabotaged. Someone intentionally put a live round in the gun to get to him.
Here is one more little factoid to tell you just how stupid, intellectually lazy, and arrogant Baldwin is, ready? His father, Alex Baldwin was the Rifle Team Coach at Massapequa High School on Long Island. The fact that he has no respect for firearms is solid proof of the arrogance of this sub-human.
A cursory glance at social media shows that the whitewash is working. The Leftists are telling Alec to stay strong. Oy vey.