After every school shooting, the Hollywood elites push hard to repeal the 2nd Amendment.
Post-Marjory Stoneman High School massacre,celebrities like George Clooney, Steven Spielberg and Oprah Winfrey all donated $500,000 towards the March for Our Lives.
But one Hollywood mogul just blew them all away with a staggering $2 million donation to take away your guns.
Immediately after a mass shooting occurs, instead of grieving for the victims and their families like they should, liberals want to politicize the tragedy.
And yet these liberals have the audacity to make a mockery of conservatives when they send thoughts and prayers?
Imagine being that inept at empathy—that instead of mourning the deaths of these students, you’re number one priority is to bring up the 2nd Amendment and how evil it is.
But these liberals are also sinking huge amounts of money into this cause, and with every mass shooting these monetary numbers keep getting bigger and bigger.
Seth MacFarlane, the creator of Family Guy, is worth around $200 million, which makes him the 12th richest “comedian” in the United States.
MacFarlane has become a super-producer with his countless television shows and he’s using his wealth to lift up the Democratic Party.
And now the Hollywood mogul just invested $2 million in a Super PAC designed to repeal the 2nd Amendment and aggressively bring down the Republican Party.
“Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane has donated $2 million to a Democratic Super PAC aiming to win back control of the U.S. Senate this November, Federal Election Commission filings show.
According to the documents, MacFarlane made his $2 million donation on April 2nd, representing just under one-quarter of the PAC’s overall haul of $8.7 million.
“Senate Majority PAC was founded by experienced, aggressive Democratic strategists with one mission: To win Senate races,” the group’s mission statement reads.
“Running transparent, low-overhead, take-no-prisoners independent campaigns, we defend Democrats from Republican attacks, aggressively contest open Senate seats, and go after Republicans on their own turf,” the group’s mission statement continues.
MacFarlane, whose best-known works include the long-running Fox animated series Family Guy and American Dad, and the Ted movies, previously made donations to the same PAC in the run-up to the 2016 election cycle in the hope that Democrats would retake the Senate.
In 2015, MacFarlane hosted a fundraiser for Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VM), with MacFarlane praising the self-described socialist as someone who had “removed my trepidation from saying aloud that capitalism and Democratic socialism, that not-so-scary word, can and should co-exist.”
After Hillary Clinton won the presidential nomination, MacFarlane went on to fundraise for her campaign, and since her defeat become a vocal critic of the of President Donald Trump and his political agenda.”
MacFarlane also previously gave the Super PAC $500,000 ahead of the 2016 elections.
What’s wonderfully hilarious is that although these elitists are spending their fortunes on repealing the 2nd Amendment, it’s like playing a bad slot machine over and over again because there is no way it will ever be repealed.
Our Founding Fathers put it in the Constitution for reason.