Chris Pratt

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Christopher Michael "Chris" Pratt (born June 21, 1979) is an American actor and comedian from Minnesota. He is known for his roles in The Lego Movie, Guardians of the Galaxy, Jurassic World, and Parks and Recreation. He is a non-denominational Christian, as well as a hunter, a fisherman, and a gun enthusiast[1].

Attacks from Left

Despite remaining apolitical in the public sphere, Pratt has attracted a large amount of hate from liberals for his Christian faith, socially conservative lifestyle, and unapologetically patriotic attitude. Because of this, there have been many attempts to have him cancelled, fired, and cast out of Hollywood.

One such case was during the 2020 presidential election, when Pratt refused to attend a fundraising event with his fellow Avengers co-stars to support Joe Biden's presidential campaign. When the dreaded Twitter-dwelling liberals caught wind of this refusal, they baselessly labeled him a "Trump supporter" and a "white supremacist". It was not until his co-stars came to his defense that the outrage died down.

Another example took place in mid-2019, when Pratt was photographed wearing a patriotic Gadsden Flag T-shirt[2]. He was smeared by many liberal media outlets, namely Yahoo, who published an article attempting to portray the flag as a "white supremacist dogwhistle" and link it to "Far Right political groups like the Tea Party", which is an inherently moronic description, as there was nothing 'Far-Right' about the Tea Party movement or the Gadsden flag.