Chris Evans became a household name when he took on the role of Steve Rogers in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The fans not only play the famous superhero, but also know Evans for his outspoken political beliefs. Although his time as Captain America is over, Evans still recalls injustice when he sees it. On August 1
Chris Evans exclaimed Donald Trump for embarrassing a participant.
At the rally, Trump had committed a mistake as a demonstrator protester. He told the crowd, "This guy has a serious weight problem, go home, start training, please bring him out here."
After the video came to Twitter, Evans said, "We've got the foundation for human decency. Can my reaction even be regarded as hypocritical, if the behavior in question does not correspond to the moral that we would expect from a crappy playground mob? This divide of moral leadership that we live through has its name everywhere. " he wrote on Twitter .
The replies to Evans & # 39; Post were full of people supporting and admonishing Evans. Some people were upset about the language Trump used. The goal of Trump's statements, however, had nothing against it.
This is not the first time Chris Evans has called Donald Trump.
Evans has become more and more political on Twitter in recent years. In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter in March 2019, Evans said he was not worried about alienating the fans with his tweets. Kevin Feige, Marvel's president, supports Evan's attorney.
"I do not see it as garbage speeches," said Feige. "I see it as very ingenious, very honorable, very noble, very cap-like. Comment and questioning. You and the character merge! "
On August 9, Evans Trump scolded after taking a photo of a baby whose parents were killed during the shoot-out in El Paso do not even have the words. How can this man dare? " he wrote .
After Trump published a series of tweets calling for four colored congressmen to return to other countries in July, Evans condemned the tweets. "That's racist, Biff. The only thing worse than actually being hateful and racist is to use hate and racism casually to activate your base in a relentless, painfully transparent and destructive brand-based effort to soothe your only true devotion: your voracious ego nourish. " he wrote .
Chris Evans works with Republicans and Democrats to create a starting point.
While supporting Hillary Clinton in the 2016 elections, Evans works with politicians in both major parties for a special project. As of April 2019, Evans is working with members of the congress to launch A Starting Point. The website presents both Democratic and Republican politicians and simplifies political issues for voters.
"This should only be a one-stop-shop for simple, easily digested information from people who know best," Evans said.
The site will be non-partisan, and Evans has already interviewed Dan Crenshaw, Corey Booker, Chris Coons, Ted Lieu, Rosa DeLauro, and Lisa Murkowski. A launch date for the website has not been announced. While one starting point will not have anything to do with Evan's political point of view, it is clear that he still uses his social media platforms to speak out.