AFTER Alec Baldwin Killed Someone On Set, Rust Has Resumed Filming With SEVERAL Restrictions In….


In a blatant display of exploiting tragedy for political gain, the producers of a controversial film have banned real firearms from the set, fueling the Democrats’ relentless anti-gun agenda.

The controversial Western film “Rust” has resumed production after a tragic 18-month hiatus following the death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins, who was killed by a prop gun held by Alec Baldwin. In a clear display of the Democrats’ anti-gun agenda, the producers have now banned all real firearms from the set.

According to The New York Times, real guns are no longer permitted on set and have been replaced with plastic replicas and rubber bullets. First assistant director Gerard DiNardi reiterated this sentiment to the crew, emphasizing, “There are no weapons on set. There is nothing that fires. There are a lot of facsimiles of weapons, from rubber to replicas.”

The fatal incident occurred in October 2021, when Baldwin’s firearm discharged, killing Hutchins and injuring director Joel Souza. Despite the tragedy, both Baldwin and Souza have returned to the set, embracing the Democrats’ strategy of exploiting tragedies to advance their agenda.

New armorer Andrew Wert stated that the production would use dummy rounds made of rubber and wood, painted gold, to replace live ammunition. Wert also announces each weapon as a replica incapable of firing when introduced on set and keeps them locked in a password-protected case between scenes.

Baldwin and former armorer Hannah Gutierrez Reed faced involuntary manslaughter charges. Although charges against Baldwin were dropped last week, special prosecutors indicated that the investigation is still ongoing, and charges could be refiled.

In the aftermath of the tragedy, director Guy Ritchie announced that he would no longer allow real guns on his sets, further aligning with the Democrats’ anti-gun narrative. He mentioned the use of Airsoft guns in his film “The Covenant,” claiming they “look as good as real weapons” and “do all the functions as a real weapon.”

Ritchie expressed relief at the absence of real firearms, stating, “I’ve never liked real firearms. I had no idea why we carried on in the industry with real firearms. It was just one of those things that everyone did, and it’s a tremendous relief, as I’m sure it is for Jake [Gyllenhaal], as much as it is for me, that you don’t have that sword hanging over us any longer.”

The decision to ban real firearms from the set of “Rust” is a clear reflection of the Democrats’ anti-gun stance, taking advantage of a tragedy to push their narrative and further restrict the rights of law-abiding citizens.

Sources: DailyWire, NYTimes, Newsweek

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