Matt Damon Requires That US Government Confiscates Guns

Have you ever watched any of Matt Damon’s movies? If yes, you definitely know about the content of these moves and all the shooting that’s involved in the plot. However, this is nothing but a pure contrast to Damon’s disapproval of the Second Amendment.

In a press conference, the actor required that the US government to “confiscate” guns, citing the activities Australia did on the matter.

“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,” Damon explained during the promotion of “Jason Bourne” in Sydney. Well, wasn’t he actually doing all the shooting in the movie? How come he is now against guns and everything?

Damon didn’t forget to mention the Sandy Hook massacre in which 20 children and 6 teachers were killed. Although most of the time Damon used the phrase “I don’t know,” we’re pretty sure that he was well aware of everything he discussed over. Damon is working on behalf of higher purposes, and safety is in no way included in them.

The actor said that Australia did a wonderful job, noting that there hasn’t been any mass shooting since the government decided not “to be sensible about” gun control. “I wish we could be sensible like that but I don’t think that’s going to happen in my lifetime,” said Damon.

So, is Damon actually calling for gun confiscation while shooting all the time in his movies? Is this some kind of a joke? The actor better find a connection between his words and actions, otherwise his fans will leave one at a time.

What do you think about the comments Damon made? Do you think there’s something else behind his propaganda?

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