Chris Evans became a household name when he badumed the role of Steve Rogers in Marvel Cinematic Universe. In addition to playing the famous superhero, fans know Evans for his open political beliefs. Although his time as Captain America is over, Evans still denounces injustice when he sees her. On August 16, Evans shouted Trump's callous speech at a rally.
Chris Evans called Donald Trump for shaming an badistant
At the rally, Trump confused an badistant as a demonstrator. He told the crowd: "That guy has a serious weight problem. Go home, start exercising. Get him out of here, please.
After the video came to Twitter, Evans spoke. "We have reached the basis of basic human decency. Can my reaction even be considered sanctimonious when the behavior in question does not reach the morality we would expect from a playground bully? This chasm of moral leadership that we are living has its name for all parts. " he wrote on Twitter.
The responses to Evans' post were full of people who supported Evans and admonished him. Some people felt upset with the language Trump used. However, the purpose of Trump's comments did not matter.
This is not the first time Chris Evans calls Donald Trump
Evans has become increasingly political on Twitter in recent years. In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter in March 2019, Evans said he doesn't care to alienate fans with his tweets. Kevin Feige, president of Marvel, supports Evans's defense.
"I don't see it as talking crap," Feige said. “I see him very cunning, very honorable, very noble, very similar to Cap. Comment and questioning. I said: "You are merging! You and the character are merging!"
On August 9, Evans rebuked Trump after taking a picture with a baby whose parents were killed during the El Paso shooting. "I don't even have the words. How dare this man? he wrote.
After Trump published a series of tweets Telling four congressmen of color to "return" to other countries in July, Evans condemned the tweets. “This is racist, Biff. The only thing worse than being really hateful and racist is to exercise hate and racism casually to activate his base in a relentless, painfully transparent and crushing effort to calm his only true devotion: feed his insatiable ego. " he wrote.
Chris Evans is working with Republicans and Democrats to create a starting point
While Evans supported Hillary Clinton in the 2016 elections, she is working with politicians in both major parties for a special project. As of April 2019, Evans is working with members of Congress to launch a starting point. The website will show both Democratic and Republican politicians and simplify political problems for voters.
"This should be a one-stop shop for simple and digestible information from people who know best," said Evans.
The website will not be partisan, and Evans has already interviewed Dan Crenshaw, Corey Booker, Chris Coons, Ted Lieu, Rosa DeLauro and Lisa Murkowski. No release date has been announced for the website. While a starting point will have nothing to do with Evans' political opinions, it is clear that he is still using his social media platforms to talk.