According to this article, Liam Neeson thinks there are too many guns in America. He thinks it’s ridiculous that there are enough guns for almost every person in America.
I can understand if you are anti-gun. I can understand if you believe violence is not the answer. But if you truly believe those things, Mr. Neeson, then why in the name of little green apples are guns featured prominently in almost every movie you make. And why are those guns frequently the answer to whatever problem your character is facing? Should not you in good conscience refuse to take roles that demonstrate the appropriateness of firearms in various situations?
Here are the movie posters from Mr. Neeson’s last six movies in which he played a main character.
Notice anything? In all but one movie he is holding a gun. So Mr. Neeson, if you want to tell us to stop defending ourselves with guns, maybe it would be a good idea for you to stop sending mixed messages, and stop profiting from the glorification of gun ownership, eh?