We have a boycott of police and government agencies going by industry members.
Why not a boycott of Hollywood?
With the police ban someone can legitimately say that denying a cop a 15 round magazine might end up getting that cop killed (same as it would us normal folks).
Can that be said of, say, Universal Studios?
Who dies is Quentin Tarantino can't get 30 round magazines?
Who dies if the cops on CSI: Hooterville have to carry revolvers?
Who dies if Stephen Spielberg's depiction of the D-Day landing involves the actors charging up the beach shouting, "PEW PEW PEW, BUDDA BUDDA BUDDA!"
Are our lives really worse off if we starve the dancing monkeys?
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