Actor Alec Baldwin wants police officers to be on movie sets.
That’s an interesting take considering Alec Baldwin is being roasted online for an old Tweet where he mocked a police officer who had shot and killed a violent criminal.
The tweet Baldwin shared back in 2017 references an officer-involved shooting where a man, Dillan Tabares, was the main suspect in the fatal beating of an 80-year-old man. The officer involved in the shooting was cleared of any wrongdoing.
However, that didn’t stop Baldwin from mocking the officer on Twitter, posting,
I wonder how it must feel to wrongfully kill someone…”
What a horrible and ironic twist that the actor who mocked the police officer has wrongfully killed an INNOCENT person.
Baldwin bears some responsibility for the death of Halyna Hutchins. Anyone handling a firearm knows that they must always ensure that safety protocols are followed and that you never rely on someone else to do it for you.
Now, in a real fit of irony, the actor wants to have police on movie sets.
Not only is this a giant waste of time, given that incidents like this are extremely rare, but a better use of time would be to make anyone handling a firearm take firearm safety courses. And perhaps the sets could give armorers extra training and check the firearms in and out like is done in a military armory?
It’s also ironic that the leftists who are pro-BLM always call the police when they want help.
Additionally, these anti-gun actors and actresses don’t mind using firearms on a movie set or having armed security in public, but regular Americans defending themselves with firearms? No way!
Thankfully, the right to keep and bear arms isn’t controlled by celebrity elites. Baldwin can take his gun control and move to Australia if he wants a police state.
What do you think of the Baldwin incident?
Should he be charged with a crime? Or, was it a simple mistake and the death of his co-worker is punishment enough?
Let us know what you think in the comments!
Baldwin should be charged at the very least reckless endangerment, preferably negligent homicide.
Absouloutly should be charged. At the least with neglegent homicide.He should do some hard time. His arogence should not aford him the privlege he has come acoustom to.Book him perk walk him an convict an sentence him as anyone else would be.
Yes! He should face the same sentence that any one of us would face if we had accidently shot a cop!
I know he didn’t shoot a cop. I am promoting fair and equal treatment under the law for ALL!
Yes he should be charged the first question should be why did he point at someone and pull the trigger in the first place
He says he was pointing at the camera, which was the scene he was practicing.
There are no mistakes with the handling of firearms. When you take possession of a firearm it becomes your responsibility, period. Not the person that handed it to you, not the person that told you it was safe, you, and only you are responsible at that point.
He had control of the gun, he pulled the trigger, end of story.
It’s a very unfortunate incident but it’s 100% on him and he should be charged.
There are safety rules and laws in place to prevent such incidents, all you have to do it follow them.