The liberal elitist in Hollywood love to talk about how we need to be accepting of everyone and “coexist” — especially with the possible terrorists hidden among refugees.
That is, until they start moving in next door.
Open border advocate and multi-millionaire actor George Clooney just announced he will be leaving his mansion in England because his security team doesn’t think the area is safe enough, according to Life & Style magazine, after the latest spate of Islamic terror attacks in Europe.
The 56-year-old, his wife Amal and newborn twins will move back to their mansion in Los Angeles, California, safely located in the center of their property surrounded by walls and a personal security team.
“He doesn’t feel like Amal and the twins are safe living in the English countryside. He’s determined to move his family to LA, where he feels much more secure, ” an insider told Life & Style.
England has been subjected to a spike terror attacks in recent weeks, including the bombing at a Ariana Grande concert — where little children were blown to bits by the son of Libyan refugees — and the London Bridge Massacre that killed eight.
Fatherhood reportedly made Clooney safety obsessed, a normal reaction for every new parent. But not everyone can afford the safety measures the Clooney’s are taking.
The insider continued, “As soon as she found out she was pregnant, he hired former Secret Service agents to assess all his properties and make recommendations for improvement.”
Before this, the two had been using their celebrity status to encourage an open border policy.
George met with German Chancellor Angela Merkel last year and hailed her for her open border policy. And he has described Trump as a “xenophobic fascist” who wants to “ban Muslims from the country,” when speaking with The Guardian.
In April of last year, his wife Amal criticized Trump for “building walls” — the very thing that surrounds their Los Angeles mansion.
But since Trump’s election, America has enforced stricter border control and suffered far fewer Islamic terror attacks than Europe – and now that reality has hit, it seems the Clooney’s want back in.
— The Horn editorial team