Hollywood power couple George and Amal Clooney, both leading advocates for refugees and open borders, are leaving their English estate over concerns for their family’s safety. The Oscar-winner and his wife, an international human rights attorney, have decided that the United States is a more secure location in light of the increased terror activity abroad as well as Amal’s prior calls to prosecute ISIS terrorists.
Life & Style magazine learned from a source close to the couple that Clooney hired former Secret Service agents soon after Amal got pregnant and had them “assess all his properties and make recommendations for improvement.” That probe determined that his Studio City, California, mansion is the most secure location and is just “minutes” away from an LAPD station.
“He doesn’t feel like Amal and the twins are safe living in the English countryside,” the source told the magazine. “He’s determined to move his family to LA, where he feels much more secure.”
Clooney has also had problems at his 30-room mansion in Italy on Lake Como. As TruthRevolt reported last year, Lake Como became a refugee camp housing migrants from Africa and surrounding countries bringing the crisis literally to his doorstep. With extended stays each year at the property, Clooney beefed up security to keep his home migrant-free. Besides, thirty rooms is no where near enough to solve the refugee problem. Best to let them sleep outside in a tent… away from his lawn, of course.
But Clooney talks a big game, though a hypocritical one, as Breitbart noted:
In February of last year, the actor met privately with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, and praised the German leader’s acceptance of refugees from Syria and other countries. The same month, Clooney told Sky News in an interview that the United States is not doing “enough” to help Syrian refugees, and that 10,000 refugees per year was too low a figure to be admitting into the country.
In an April 2016 interview with the BBC, Amal Clooney criticized then-Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s plans to build a security wall on the U.S.-Mexico border, telling the outlet that the plan does not represent “U.S. values.”
George has also been an outspoken critic of Trump, telling The Guardian in a March 2016 interview that he believes Trump to be a “xenophobic fascist” and an “opportunist.” He previously described Trump’s immigration policy proposals as “idiotic” and “intolerant.”
But at the end of the day, even a pro-open borders activist like this Hollywood A-lister knows that the U.S. is the safest place to be to raise his newborn twins. That “xenophobic fascist” living in the White House is doing more than the last administration to make sure the Clooneys can live the American dream without fear of being blown up by a suicide bomber.