Every time a liberal says something stupid, “snopes” tries to make it seem as though WE are the dumb ones for listening.
Such is the case with actress, turned political/climate expert Jennifer Lawrence, who says that hurricanes Irma, and Harvey may be the result of Trump’s election.
During an interview for her upcoming movie “Mother!”, Lawrence is asked to discuss the political situation in America, and she didn’t hold back her ill-informed opinions.
“It’s scary, you know, it’s this new language that’s forming. I don’t even recognize it,” Lawrence says of today’s culture in America. “It’s also scary to know — it’s been proven through science that human activity — that climate change is due to human activity and we continue to ignore it and the only voice that we really have is through voting.”
Now, obviously the climate is always changing. Few people can deny the fact that sometimes it’s cold out, and sometimes the climate changes, and then its warm! The earth has been warming, and cooling for as long as it has existed.
However, when pressed further on politics, Lawrence went so far as to blame Trump for the devastating hurricanes hitting Texas, Florida, and other parts of the south.
“We voted, and it was really startling. You know, you’re watching these hurricanes now, and it’s really — it’s hard, especially while promoting this movie not to feel Mother Nature’s rage, or wrath.”
None of that was taken out of context. In fact, here is the entire transcript of the exchange here, but that won’t stop liberals from defending one of their own (regardless of how stupid her opinion is).
J-Law has since released a statement in regards to her own comments, claiming news outlets are misconstruing her words.
“My remarks were taken grossly out of context. Obviously I never claimed that President Trump was responsible for these tragic hurricanes. That is a silly and preposterous headline that is unfortunate, because it detracts from the millions of lives that are being impacted by these devastating storms and the recent earthquake.”
Well, here’s the thing J-Law, if you wanted to focus on those impacted by the hurricane, you shouldn’t have said “wrath”. You shouldn’t have equated an act of nature with “rage” for voting someone into office. And you can’t claim to be taken out of context, when those are the words you use. That is, of course, unless you don’t understand words (which, is probably the case here).
So folks, don’t get upset with Jennifer Lawrence for thinking nature hates Trump. At some point you just have to let dumb people say dumb things, and laugh as other dumb people defend them.