Alec Baldwin Calls for Police State Dystopia Where Cops Monitor Places Where People Use Guns

Alec Baldwin is finally taking a bold stand against his own self.

New York Post:

Actor Alec Baldwin wrote on social media Monday that a police officer should be present for every movie production that uses guns, “fake or otherwise,” following the on-set mishap that killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.

Baldwin, who shot and killed Hutchins on the set of his Western “Rust” in late October after he was handed a gun he was told was safe, posted the missive on his now-private Twitter account early Monday morning.

Every film/TV set that uses guns, fake or otherwise, should have a police officer on set, hired by the production, to specifically monitor weapons safety,” Baldwin, 63, wrote, sharing the same message to his Instagram account.

Typically, that burden falls on trained and professional armorers who oversee weapons on-set and follow strict safety guidelines, which Rust armorer Hannah Gutierrez-Reed claims she abided by in the moments leading up to the on-set tragedy.

If you’re thinking “this isn’t about guns, it’s about Alec Baldwin and his crew being completely irresponsible,” then you’re a racist.

But seriously – he is trying not to get sued over this.

Gun control is one of these issues that is fundamentally important on the face of it, but gets spun into endless, dumb polemics. The Alec Baldwin event was good for both sides of the argument.