The CEO of the NRA aims to defend the second amendment but his plan backfires when he takes a bullet to support the cause.
- August 03, 2015
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Director - Matt Mayer
Writer - Dan Abramson
Producer - Sean Dacanay
1st AD - John Klymshyn
DP - Matthew Sweeney
Key Grip - Jenn Cohen
Gaffer - Stephen St. Peter
Production Designer - Tricia Robertson
Art Assistant - Ellie del Campo
Wardrobe - Michelle Thompson
Hair/Makeup - Erin Blinn
Sound - GoPaul Bidari
SFX - Frank Ceglia
Teleprompter - Ben Steinberg
FSO - Peter Irrgang
PA - Matt Myers
PA - Grant Lease
PA - Adam Soll
PA - Catherine Bergin
PA - Edward Newberry
August 03, 2015
Martin Sheen: Thank you friends. You all know that I'm a straight shooter,
so I'm going to aim this straight at you. Let's wake up people,
and stop being naive. They are taking everything, our guns, our core freedoms,
our core religions. You know I couldn't find my Walking Dead DVD the other day.
I assume they took that too.
Patrick Finerty: Camera's not there.
- Ladies and gentleman, in the wake of a tragic event the media is always
quick to rally and point the finger at the NRA to weaken us, but it's time
like these that only bolster our cause as a steady beam of strength and support
for the second amendment.
Going after an organization that had nothing to whatsoever to do with the
accident in question, only trivializes the tragedy. All these critics do is
turn their vitriol into complaints: complaints about the NRA, complaints
about gun laws, complaints about getting shot.
Now listen, that's not to say that I don't sympathize with all of those
who have passed away in these tragedies for heaven's sake, for they are
no longer able to proudly stand on their own property, and blast round
after glorious round into milk cartons filled with red paint, just
like George Washington used to do so many years ago.
- Wayne, that was a cherry tree.
- Oh, they know what I'm saying.
Yes, my main issue is with those just getting nicked or grazed, non-lethal hits.
They need to shut up, and stop complaining. First of all, if you hate guns so much then
why are you even getting shot? I've never been shot before, and I surround
myself with guns everyday. Isn't that right Neil?
- That's right sir.
Of course it is.
Ergo, it's your damn fault for getting shot, and secondly I'm an American man.
I don't feel pain. Certainly not the emotional kind of pain one exhibits when
human beings get gunned down for avoidable reasons, but also not
physical pain. And here I'll show you. This is the moment you've all been
waiting for. Neil it's your big moment. Get off your ass, and get up there. There you go.
Nah, sit down doc. I got this.
- You sure about this Wayne?
- Ah, shut up and shoot. C'mon kid.
- It's gonna hurt.
- C'mon. Shoot me right there in the leg.
Go on. Shoot!
Listen to me son. You either shoot or serve. What's it gonna be?
Oh my god.
Oh my god.
This is what being shot is? Oh my god.
No, no, no.
No, wait a second.
No, I mean, I'm fine. I mean this is all fine. I don't feel anything,
because guns don't cause harm, people do.
Oh my god.
What have you done?
You shot me right in the exact same spot as before.
You're an expert marksman, but Jesus, why did you do it? Why?
For the love of God help me will ya.
It hurts so bad. I feel like a baby.
That's what I am, I'm a baby, I'm a little baby.
I change my mind about everything. I'm sorry God.
What are we doing with our lives?
What is this all about?
T-This...I hate it, I hate this.
I hate all of you.
God, change the laws, change everything, all of them.
Look out he's got a gun. Oh Jesus. Oh, oh.
Oh God, I'm shitting.
I'm shitting my pants.
N-no, don't touch me.
Don't touch me.
Don't touch me nobody, and don't make eye contact with me.
Don't look at me.
Don't look at me.
Get me out of here.
Oh Jesus, this was a terrible idea.
Oh Jesus, what's wrong with me?