Chris Pratt Seemingly Responds to Critics of his Gadsden Flag Shirt
Longtime readers will know we at Louder with Crowder are all about some Chris Pratt. The Prattinator is one of the few in Hollywood who isn't an insufferable lefty douchenugget with a big mouth.
This week, some lefties went nutso over Chris having the audacity to sport a Gadsden flag T-shirt. For reals:
Marvel star Chris Pratt is under fire after he stepped out in a controversial T-shirt. The “Avengers: Endgame” actor, 39, was snapped on Sunday wearing a top that is a mash-up of the Gadsden flag, which was designed during the American Revolution, and a modern US flag.
The Gadsden flag — which was created by Continental Army Brig. Gen. Christopher Gadsden — involves a coiled rattlesnake over a message that reads, “Don’t Tread on Me.”
Though the insignia is used by the US Men’s Soccer Team, as well as the band Metallica, it also has been adopted by far-right political groups and Second Amendment supporters. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission says it is “sometimes interpreted to convey racially tinged messages in some contexts,” Yahoo News reported.
In all my years, I've yet to witness such ignorant douchery. Though, Pratt seems to have responded to this bullhickey in the most Pratt way possible.
“For lack of wood the fire goes out. And where there is no whisperer quarreling ceases” Proverbs 26:20 Have a great day everybody! 🙏🇺🇸♥️— chris pratt (@chris pratt)1563476068.0
This is too on the nose to be coincidence. Especially with the Old Glory emoji at the bottom. All the props to Chris for spitting a little gospel at the haters. This is exactly why we love the man.
Nobody knows where the Prattster lies on the political spectrum. Though, wherever that may be, the guy seems to at least like America. This is too triggering for some feeble lefties to tolerate.
The left thinks they can shame anyone to the right of Lenin into submission. Though, methinks they're gonna have a tough time convincing us patriotic types to ignore America's awesomeness.
While we're talking America: