Retired U.S. Army Ranger Sean Parnell and retired U.S. Navy SEAL Jason Redman were on “Hannity” tonight to respond to “American Sniper” criticism in Hollywood.

Michael Moore tweeted:

He later said that his comments on snipers were not specifically about “American Sniper.”

Seth Rogen tweeted:

Parnell said that if "American Sniper" Chris Kyle were here to defend himself, he would certainly be hitting back at this criticism.

He added that the comments underscore “an inherent anti-military bias in Hollywood.”

“I think that if Hollywood could just get past that bias, you would see more military blockbusters that celebrate American exceptionalism, selfless service, honor and integrity on the battlefield, and oh by the way, they’d probably make hundreds of millions all at the same time,” Parnell said.

Redman noted that Rogen is a dual citizen of Canada and the U.S. He quoted a comment from June 2014, when Rogen said that being an American citizen made his life “so much easier.”

“So Seth Rogen, on behalf of all American veterans who fought for your freedom, you’re welcome,” Redman said.


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