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Matt Damon Caught Red Handed With Anti-Fracking Hypocrisy

wtmoore1 Wrote: Dec 10, 2012 3:06 PM
Hahahahaha. So he respectfully let the guy ask a ridiculous question, and then fully explained that the production company has a slate deal with the company in question, Image Technologies, which funds 10% of all of their projects across the board. And this has some effect on Matt Damon's "artistic credibility" why? The answer is, it doesn't. Just like the supposed BOMBSHELL from Breitbart.com, this is a gotcha video only to the right-wing media.
Texan1984 Wrote: Dec 10, 2012 4:35 PM
wetmorepants....

Matt Damon has 'artistic credibility'? Hahahahahaha. His best work was in 'Team America' you effing tool.
CW14 Wrote: Dec 10, 2012 3:28 PM
>>”...this is a gotcha video only to the right-wing media.”

It’s true. Leftists are not concerned with their own hypocrisies or the hypocrisies of those they hold up on pedestals, like Damon or Obama. Habitual hypocrisy is a sign of dishonestly & occurs when people hide their true motives. Leftists like Damon & Obama pretend to be champions for the environment because they think it makes them look cool and that gratifies their egos. But their true nature is revealed by their actions – their jet-setting, fuel-guzzling lifestyles and their inexplicable lack of concern about where the funding comes from for their pet projects. As with this poster, look to their actions, not their words.
Simplecaveman Wrote: Dec 10, 2012 3:36 PM
Damon is totally clueless on all things science.
Joesolis Wrote: Dec 10, 2012 4:50 PM
As long as their objectives are achieved, HOW doesn't matter.

Actor Matt Damon has a new movie coming out on January 4 called "Promised Land." Damon made the film with a goal of exposing the so-called havoc fracking wreaks on local communities. The problem? Damon received his funding for the film from the United Arab Emirates, a country poised to make billion of dollars in oil money if fracking is banned in America. This is a fact Damon denies. 

Last week, pro-fracking filmmaker Phelim McAleer confronted Damon about the funding of Promised Land.