I wish I could say that I was the least bit surprised by this, but the moment I heard the premise for the film “Miss Sloane” I knew two things. First, the public does not agree agree with the radical gun control platform of Hollywood and as such are not going to be spending money to be indoctrinated and brainwashed to think otherwise.
Katie Couric and her cohort in the sham documentary “Under the Gun” Stephanie Soechtig are having to face the monetary fire for their nefarious and underhanded approach in misrepresenting a group of people that didn’t fit into their radical anti-gun narrative.
While it is not yet complete, it appears that Katie Couric’s career is over, at least as a “respectable” journalist. Couric has been a reliably “progressive” advocate for decades. In this, she simply followed the career progression that has been common in the dominant media for 50 years.
Fashion model Hannah Ferguson, 23, may seem like an unlikely gun enthusiast but has proven to be the opposite. The Texas native comes from a family of Marines who introduced her to firearms at an early age.
Rowe had enough of his fellow celebrities spreading misinformation about guns that he went to Facebook, as he always does, to bring some common sense dialogue to the issue.
It’s refreshing to see a Hollywood actress want to take matters into her own hands and empower herself with a firearm. Too many women in the entertainment industry have succumbed to radical feminism, so it’s refreshing to see the former Lizzie McGuire actress blaze a trail for gun-toting women in La La Land.