Gun control advocate, Jamie Lee Curtis has become an icon for armed self-defense with her participation in the new Halloween movie sequel. She may have done so unintentionally, but the movie no doubt shows why those who are could become victims should arm themselves.
Breitbart originally did a run-down about Curtis’ character and the how and why she became an icon for armed self-defense. In the new Halloween sequel, she plays the central role she made iconic in the 1978 original. Rotten Tomatoes noted that “Jamie Lee Curtis returns to her iconic role as Laurie Strode, who comes to her final confrontation with Michael Myers, the masked figure who has haunted her since she narrowly escaped his killing spree on Halloween night four decades ago.”
Curtis’ role includes the use of firearms for self-defense, which is odd considering Curtis’s efforts to restrict normal and everyday Americans’ right to possess the guns they need to defend themselves and their families. After announcing her desire to take self-defense rights away from others, Curtis later made it clear that she was refocusing her energies to get women elected in place of men for the purposes of securing gun control, among other things.
Now she is starring in Halloween and using a gun for self-defense. In the trailer for the film, viewers can hear Curtis’s character mention the need to protect her family and they see her with numerous guns, including a revolver and a lever action rifle, the latter of which she shoots repeatedly. Let’s be honest here now, an AR-15 would be immensely more effective…just sayin’…
As the film’s climactic finale nears, Curtis says, “He is a killer, but he will be killed tonight.”
When asked why movies about demonic possession are more terrifying than “slasher flicks” the answer is simple: one cannot simply shoot a demon. One could shoot a violent serial killer.