Would you take life-saving advice from this guy?


Would you take serious, potentially life-saving advice from the man pictured above?

The man is actor Jim Carrey, a Canadian who has made millions in Hollywood as a comedian.

He’s now offering advice once again, via coarse, crude “tweets” (they are far too crude to repost here) and in a song released today (sorry, won’t be linking to that).

In short, his advice is to ignore the proven, life-saving benefits of firearm ownership and to embrace a disarmed, helpless status “for the safety of children”.

This isn’t his first time his expertise as an ACTOR has given him what he feels are the qualifications to offer his opinion on life-and-death matters.

A while back he opined that modern medical vaccines are a corporate conspiracy.

…we cannot afford to blindly trumpet the agenda of the CDC, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) or vaccine makers.

…With vaccines being the fastest growing division of the pharmaceutical industry, isn’t it possible that profits may play a part in the decision-making?

It’s as if he’s reprising his role from Dumb and Dumber for the low information voters in America today, over and over again.

We know funny-guy Jim hasn’t got an M.D. after his name and we’re guessing he’s never watched Innocence Betrayed.



He clearly doesn’t recall much history.

Jewish women and children from Poland, stripped of their dignity and humanity, waiting in line for the death chambers.



4 thoughts on “Dumb or Dumber? Jim Carrey says embrace disarmament “for the children””
  1. Remember, this man has indeed made millions in comedy. Note that he’s an actor. He’s made his fortune pretending to be be someone and something and someone he is not.
    In that light, we should continue to laugh at him, after all, he is really just a joke.

  2. One minute these guys are waiters and the next minute people regard them as educated experts.

    I really blame our educational system for not developing critical thinking skills for our youth.

    And yet, I know many educated people that believe not owning a gun makes them safe from gun violence.

    What these people have confused is the concept of gun violence with gun ownership. Whom among us would argue gun violence is good? On that issue all reasonable people agree. Where they differ is how to achieve a reduction in gun violence. They seem to think outlawing guns will stop the violence. If you actually could remove all of the guns it would stop all of the GUN violence, but it would be replaced by other types of violence. Evil exists. Always has and always will. Some people just forget. Too many fairy tales were read. And they lived happily ever after!

  3. The first thing I noticed when I listened to his “song” was the ad before it starts was for “Gears of War”, a very violent video game.
    Then that’s got to be the stupidest thing I have ever heard. And he’s making money off it by selling it on I tunes. Yea, he’s doing it for the “children”.


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