Isn’t this EXACTLY the issue they once mocked Trump about?
Headlines have boasted that “George Clooney & Amal Clooney are the ultimate Global Citizen couple.”
It should come as no surprise that they are sometimes at odds with people who get revved up by the #MAGA message.
Trump had criticized the fact that Europe — including Paris — are now facing a growing problem with terrorism.
He cited specific examples to make his point, “Take a look at what’s happened in France. Take a look at Nice and Paris…”
Clooney and others attending an award show in Paris took that opportunity to mock Trump as beeing foolish.
George Clooney used the red carpet to speak up for Paris as he headed into the awards ceremony for this year’s Cesar, the French version of the Oscar, where he received a “Cesar d’honneur” for his work.
“Yes, no one wants to go to Paris anymore because it’s horrible here, apparently,” he said as he entered the theater. “We have some things to work on in the United States,” he said, without ever naming Trump. In a veiled illusion to France far-right presidential candidate, Marine Le Pen, Clooney added, “I think you guys have some of the same issues here so … good luck.” —
So, with the announcement that Clooney is moving back to L.A., what did he say is driving that decision?
“He doesn’t feel safe living in the English Countryside.”
That was the answer he gave here.
What’s that? You don’t feel safe in a country that had those ‘welcome refugee’ signs waving?
He went further. When he found out they were expecting a baby, he had former Secret Service agents do a security assessment of his various properties. His mansion in L.A. was determined to be the safest.
George’s safety concerns had been growing for years. The Oscar winner “has been subject to very serious threats in the past,” reveals the source, because of his humanitarian efforts in Darfur, Sudan. And Amal’s work as an international human rights lawyer, along with her public pleas for foreign governments to prosecute terrorists, has made her a potential target.
…“He’s waited so long for this family,” the insider continues. “He’ll do whatever it takes to keep them safe.” — Read More
Ok, George. Great.
When the ‘peasants’ share concern for their safety … asking for border security and ‘extreme vetting’… Hollywood A-listers mock their concern and dismiss them as racist.
But when it’s HIS kids… suddenly he can’t build walls tall enough.
So he understands the PRINCIPLE of having protection from threats.
But he thinks only millionaires in Mansions should get such protection. The ordinary Joe in an apartment building, or a blue-collar neighborhood? He shouldn’t ask for protection because walls and immigration laws are ‘mean’.
Says the guy who chose not to live in the UK, where we’ve had three major attacks since January. Not everyone is in a position that lets them CHOOSE to pick up and leave if they think their own neighborhood sucks.
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Share if Clooney’s concern for his kid’s safety is the SAME reason we want immigration laws enforced.