John Schneider rails in opposition to Alec Baldwin for claiming he ‘didn’t pull the set off’

John Schneider rails against Alec Baldwin for claiming he 'didn’t pull the trigger'

2021-12-03 09:45:57

John Schneider is sharing his ideas on Alec Baldwin‘s “Rust” film set taking pictures.

On Oct. 21, Baldwin was rehearsing a scene on the New Mexico set of his deliberate movie “Rust” when a gun he was holding discharged. A projectile from the weapon fatally struck cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.

An investigation into the incident has been underway for a month now, and Baldwin spoke out Thursday night time, claiming throughout a tell-all interview with George Stephanopoulos of ABC Information that regardless of holding the gun, he “did not pull the set off.”

Forward of Baldwin’s interview, a preview was launched, which featured Baldwin’s feedback, and Schneider, 61, shared his ideas on the matter in an 18-minute video titled “Severely Alec?

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Schneider claimed the interview was “all designed to make us really feel sorry Alec Baldwin” and claimed the actor’s teary-eyed emotional responses through the interview have been “bulls–t.”

Actor John Schneider, proper, railed in opposition to Alec Baldwin for claiming he didn’t pull the set off of the gun on the set of the movie ‘Rust.’
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Schneider questioned the dialog, asking whether or not viewers have been alleged to “imagine {that a} gun went off by itself.”

“This can be a great enterprise all of us work in. We’re honored and privileged to be a part of it,” Schneider continued. “So when somebody takes a crap – which clearly George and Alec have finished right here and clearly this girl remains to be deceased. Her household remains to be with no mom, with no spouse. That is absurd.”

The “Dukes of Hazzard” alum stated he believes “the propaganda machine” is accountable for perpetuating the concept that Baldwin “is a sufferer.”

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“Three weeks in the past, it was a prop gun. 4 weeks in the past, no one knew how on this planet this actual weapon was loaded on the set,” Schneider stated. “In the present day, he did not pull the set off.”

“Three weeks in the past, it was a prop gun. 4 weeks in the past, no one knew how on this planet this actual weapon was loaded on the set. In the present day, he did not pull the set off.”

— John Schneider

“What sort of idiots do you’re taking us for?” the actor questioned. He then pleaded with legislation enforcement, asking investigators to not imagine Baldwin’s declare, calling it “nonsense.”

The shooting took place on the set of the movie ‘Rust’ in New Mexico on Oct. 21.

The taking pictures befell on the set of the film ‘Rust’ in New Mexico on Oct. 21.
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“Weapons don’t go off by themselves,” Schneider insisted. “Allow us to not neglect this was a single-action – it was not a Colt, it was a duplicate … – a single-action weapon must be cocked and fired. So what sort of idiots do you’re taking us for?”

“A single-action weapon must be cocked and fired. So what sort of idiots do you’re taking us for?”

— John Schneider

“There may be simply no world through which weapons go off by themselves,” he repeated. “… Hutchins remains to be deceased. And their household isn’t getting an apology, they are not getting any – for my part – they are not getting any justice, they are not getting any solutions.”

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Schneider then developed an analogy, evaluating the “Rust” taking pictures to a bully pushing a baby off of a swing on a playground, leading to severe harm.

“What’s the bully going to say? ‘I didn’t push her! I did not push her,'” the actor stated. “First they will say, ‘I didn’t know. I did not know what was happening.’ Then if that does not work – which, by the best way, it nonetheless does not work since you are alleged to examine the weapon, you fellow – however then you’ve got the audacity to say, ‘I didn’t pull the set off.'”

The Oct. 21 shooting resulted in the death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.

The Oct. 21 taking pictures resulted within the loss of life of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.
(Getty Pictures)

The star added that it was “nonetheless inexcusable” to not examine a weapon when it is handed to you, even if you happen to’re advised it is unloaded, however admitted it will be “very straightforward to by chance pull that set off.”

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It wasn’t simply Baldwin that the actor took purpose at, nevertheless. He referred to as ABC’s Stephanopoulos “the poster boy for leftist propaganda.”

“Why on this planet anybody would take a look at an interview with George as being something enlightening or having a modicum of reality, I do not know,” Schneider stated. “However that is simply me.”

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Schneider additionally stated that he is “extremely embarrassed for” Stephanopoulos “as a result of, my God, why are you perpetuating this BS?”

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