The actor has escalated the feud between himself and Fox News over his anti-gun Funny or Die video "Cold Dead Hand" by mocking the cable news channel for the criticism it has leveled against him.
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The comedian, who supports gun control, will probably earn the National Rifle Association's ire by starring in a satirical Funny or Die video that spoofs firearms enthusiasts like the late Charlton Heston, the NRA's former spokesman.
More than 1,057,000 people have been killed by gun violence in the U.S. since the former Beatle was shot to death, according to the text above a picture that his widow tweeted.
The actor, who is mostly known for comedic roles, took on a serious tone when he used Twitter to focus on the gun debate that has emerged in the wake of the Newtown, Conn., school shootings.
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A petition seeking to deport the CNN host for speaking out in favor of gun control has garnered enough signatures to elicit an official response from the Obama administration.