Leftists are lunatics and seriously fun to watch. These people kill unborn babies for sport, but don’t you dare do what Chris Pratt did.
Here’s the story from Page Six.
Chris Pratt is being called “cringe and vile” for praising his wife, Katherine Schwarzenegger, for giving him a “healthy daughter” given that his son with ex Anna Faris, Jack, has suffered serious health issues over the years.
That’s right. Pratt said what parents have been saying for years after childbirth. The old, “I’m just happy the baby is healthy!”
Nothing wrong with that, unless you are “woke.” And the baby-killers are the wokest of us all, are they not?
These people jumped Pratt as if he wanted to kill his baby on the birthing table. No wait, with Leftists, that’s ok. Let’s try this.
These people jumped Pratt as if he would get rid of a child if it had a problem. No wait. Leftists are ok with that too.
On Thursday, Pratt committed the mortal sin he wrote as a birthday tribute post to his wife six weeks early.
He captioned of the couple thusly,
“She’s given me an amazing life, a gorgeous healthy daughter, she chews so loudly that sometimes I put in my ear buds to drown it out, but that’s love!”
Here’s what a couple of people commented:
“I love Chris Pratt, but the ‘healthy daughter’ part is made me wince,” one person tweeted Thursday. “Although he may not have meant it as an insult, it sort of came off that way. Imagine how that will make his son feel, if he ever reads it?”
Another more angrily chimed in, “Chris Pratt has a kid with Anna Farris [sic] who suffered a cerebral hemorrhage during birth and now has slight physical disabilities because of it. But he made sure to write ‘healthy daughter’ here. Chris Pratt is a dick.”
Thus the irony. Pratt actively parents his son with disabilities, while Leftists would gleefully have killed him.
And what of the notion that Pratt should not be grateful for a healthy child? It’s not a comparison of love.
You can bet the naysayers have never dealt with special needs children. I consider them gifts from God, but they do come with a unique set of challenges. There is more than one special needs child in my family. Some needs are physical, while others are emotional and intellectual. I’ve spent a remarkable amount of time studying the different problems I’ve seen, even earning a degree in special education.
Admittedly, I don’t know it all, but here’s what I know first hand. Every child is a blessing. And we thank God for every child and the gift’s they are born with. So to gawk when a father is grateful for his healthy baby is to shirk the very thankfulness the bible teaches.
However, leftists need not worry. If criticism over Pratt’s baby comments is starting to die down, there’s a new complaint floating around.
Apparently, Pratt is under fire for being cast as “Mario” in the Mario Bros. movie.
In addition to being a sorry sucker for praising his wife and being grateful for a healthy baby, Pratt is a prick for his unauthentic Italian accent.
One article writes:
No, it wasn’t a horrible shared dream that we all suffered through back in September: Chris Pratt is really going to do the voice of Mario Mario in Illumination’s Super Mario movie, even though Mario has had one voice actor for 25 years (Charles Martinet) and he’s very good at saying the three or four things that Mario says. Plus everybody’s kind of sick of Chris Pratt, you know?
But it’s happening, and we are powerless to stop it—even though Illumination founder and CEO Chris Meledandri has somehow found a way to make it seem even less appealing. Speaking with TooFab while trying to get out of LAX, Meledandri said that Pratt’s Mario voice is “phenomenal” and that he “can’t wait for people to hear it.”
Meledandri also addressed complaints about Pratt voicing an Italian character when he is not Italian—as if Super Mario is held up as some prime example of Italian culture like Leonardo da Vinci or Sergio Leone or Eugenio Barsanti (co-inventor of the internal combustion engine!) and not just a silly stereotype created by Japanese people. Meledandri, himself an Italian-American, says he understands the concerns about Pratt doing the voice but promises that Mario’s lack of an accent will be noted somehow in the film.
“We cover it in the movie,” he teased, adding that Pratt also won’t be leaning too hard into the “it’s-a me, Mario” stuff that people, you know, like to hear Mario say. “That’s not the tenor of the performance throughout the film,” apparently. That being said, Meledandri does point out that Charlie Day is voicing Luigi (christ, how did we forget that?) and that Day “actually comes from Italian heritage,” so “that’s our nod.”
Does this even matter?
Last I checked, faking an accent was the epitome of acting. The article goes on to say:
Anyway, Chris Pratt is also voicing Garfield and that seems strange as well. Lorenzo Music is dead, so maybe that just means we shouldn’t do any more Garfield stuff?
I found myself wondering why this guy has so many bashers on social media. And then I found the answer. Nine months ago, Pratt was tagged as a Trump supporter. After the hashtag #RIPChrisPratt started trending, one website dug deeper.
It started with a poll way back in October from writer Amy Berg that asked folks to “get rid” of one of the notable Chrises: Chris Pratt, Chris Hemsworth, Chris Evans, and Chris Pine. Overwhelmingly, fans voted Pratt as the worst of the bunch and it led to a lot of discussion and speculation about the actor. Part of that was the possibility that he was a Donald Trump supporter but stayed quiet during that administration’s time in the White House. Twitter users also pointed out that he followed controversial right-wing pundits like Ben Shapiro and Tucker Carlson.
There it is in a nutshell. Another Hollywood insider just might be a conservative. That’s more than enough to help Pratt do an excellent job of pissing off the left. Not to mention that he’s garnering personal success, he’s racking up career success, and he’s even able to afford Biden-priced food and gas. So you know what happens next. Haters gonna hate…