Is Chris Pratt a Trump supporter? Actor canceled in battle: ‘Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Chris Pine superior’

Pratt has never been vocal about his political opinions and only recently stressed on the importance of voting - not in the upcoming election but rather in the People's Choice Awards

                            Is Chris Pratt a Trump supporter? Actor canceled in battle: ‘Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Chris Pine superior’
Chris Pratt (Getty Images)

Some of the Avengers are assembling again. This time not for a sequel but for a fundraiser. They will host a virtual fundraiser for Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden. Actors Don Cheadle, Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Paul Rudd, Mark Ruffalo and Zoe Saldana will join vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris and directors The Russo Brothers for a Q&A and trivia, according to a report by Variety. The event is aptly titled "Voters Assemble!".

The virtual event will take place on Tuesday, October 20, at 6.45 pm ET. People will be able to donate any amount of money to the Joe Biden Victory Fund to attend. Ruffalo has been especially vocal about his support for Biden on social media. He has used his social media platforms to encourage people to vote. In one Instagram post, Ruffalo sported a mask that had the word ‘VOTE’ on it.

He shared the caption: “This is a critical time for our health, our climate, and our democracy. Please join me in supporting @dfateam right now and they’ll send you a VOTE mask as a free gift. Get yours with the link in my Highlights (Masks) or in my Story today. We must elect champions who will fight for the Green New Deal and push Congress to pass climate action that matches the scale of the problem with the urgency our country’s future demands.”

However, social media was discussing Chris Pratt instead. There were a few allegations that were brought against him as well. There was also the battle of the famous Chrises as people were seen deciding which of the following actors will have to go: Chris Hemsworth, Chris Pine, Chris Pratt or Chris Evans. A user said, "People keep doing different versions of this and let me be clear it’s Chris Pratt every time." Journalist Mehdi Hasan said, "Goodbye Chris Pratt."




A user alleged, “I thought we all agreed Chris Pratt had been kicked out of Chris Club for his homophobic church and his dismissal of the urgency of this election. He’s the obvious choice.” Another said, “Why stan chris pratt when you can stan the best dog dad ever, chris evans?!?” A user questioned, “This can't be true.. one my favorite actors Chris Pratt trump supporter?? And he's ANTI LBGTQ?? This must be a lie.. is he sick?? Ugh this hurts..”

Another alleged, “Chris Pratt being a Trump supporter is kind of obvious when he kills animals for sport & his father in law is a former Republican Governor.  What took y’all so long to figure it out???” A user said, “Chris Evans, chris pine, and chris hemsworth knowing they’re superior to chris pratt.” Another wrote: “We always knew Chris Evans was superior over Chris Pratt.”










But there were a few who had a different opinion. One user stated, “People 'canceling' Chris Pratt over assumptions. Ahhh the world we live in. 'tWiTtEr SaYs So, ThAts My ReSeArCh'. At this point, people are just finding an excuse to be hateful and Twitter is at the center of it all.” Another commented, “Who cares about chris pratt’s political or religious views? You gonna boycott his movies over an opinion? Go ahead. Chris Pratt is a hell of an actor, stop hating on him because he doesn’t have the same beliefs as you.”

A user tweeted, “I see Chris Pratt is trending because he’s supposedly a Trump supporter. Where did he say or write that? I just want backup facts before I get involved in the battle of the Chris’s.” One said, "Every day I log onto twitter liberals aren’t busy fighting for the poor, the working class, or the planet. They’re busy trying to cancel people who think differently than they do. Yesterday it was Ice Cube. Today it’s Chris Pratt. Tomorrow it will be someone new."








What are Chris Pratt’s political views?

Pratt has never been vocal about his political opinions. In a 2017 article, People had reported that the actor had said:  “I really feel there’s common ground out there that’s missed because we focus on the things that separate us. You’re either the red state or the blue state, the left or the right. Not everything is politics. And maybe that’s something I’d want to help bridge, because I don’t feel represented by either side.” He was commenting on the polarizing nature of current politics.

In 2019, The Hollywood Reporter had done a story on Pratt’s appearance on ‘The Late Show’ hosted by Stephen Colbert. He was asked about his diet - he had said that he had just emerged from a 21-day Daniel Fast that he participated in through his church. “Daniel was a guy who only ate fruits, vegetables and grains," explained Pratt.  He had said that he was inspired by his pastor to complete it.

That time, actor Ellen Page had quote-tweeted the report and alleged, “Oh. K. Um. But his church is infamously anti lgbtq so maybe address that too?”



According to Vox, Pratt attends Zoe Church in Los Angeles. As reported by CNN, Pratt had addressed the issue on an Instagram story and said, “It has recently been suggested that I belong to a church which 'hates a certain group of people' and is 'infamously anti –LGBTQ’. Nothing could be further from the truth. I go to a church that opens their doors to absolutely everyone.”

Recently, Pratt had irked a few on social media by posting the following on Instagram, “With all that’s going on in the world it is more important than ever that you vote. Just ask any celebrity. They will tell you. Every day. Several times a day. To vote. But me? I will tell you EXACTLY who to vote for. #onward The heroes before us did not spill their blood only to have their sacrifices wasted by your apathy.The upcoming 2020 People’s Choice Awards is the most consequential vote in the history of mankind times a million infinity. Vote for #Onward for family movie of the year. Or else. You WILL die. No hyperbole. Click the link in my bio. Let your voice be heard.”

A user had commented, “YIKES. Imagine the amount of privilege one person can have to write this tone deaf post.” Another had alleged, “The definition of privilege. Making a joke of voting because it literally doesn’t effect you in the slightest. Do you realize this is people’s lives? This is what will define how minorities are treated or what rights they have for the next 4 years??? This is f**king ignorant.”

These remarks were made by the internet and individual organizations, MEAWW cannot confirm them independently and nor does it support these claims being made on the Internet.

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