Chris Pratt Shares God-Pushing Political Poem & Blames Media For United States Conflict
Ever since Chris Pratt split with Anna Faris, is it safe to say we’re kind of over him? The cutie went viral for glowing-up his Parks & Recreation character Andy Dwyer for more buff roles in Jurassic World, the Marvel Cinematic Universe, etc. but also for his involvement in Hillsong Church, which has been called-out as an anti-LGBTQ+ establishment.
Now, Chris is sharing a super weird (no offense) poem about how “ding dong” is like politics and how the media “plays [people] like a fiddle” and wants you to “pick your tribe.” I’m not sure what he’s talking about because he most definitely wasn’t talking about the climate strike last Friday even though it’s legit everyone’s problem.
The poem ends with a clear statement about his now-infamous religious beliefs. “We’re His children despite race, creed, preference or age. / Under God we’re indivisible. / To stay United is our duty.” You can read the full poem below:
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Dropping a hot new poem I found. DING-DONGS Ding to the left. Dong to the right. The reverberations swell. Ding dong!Ding dong! They clang the outrage bell. Ding dongs on the far right fringes Squeaking mad like rusty hinges. Ding dongs from the far left squad Fixed on answers outside God. The media plays them like a fiddle Drowning out the healthy middle. Pick your tribe. State your name DISREGARD: WE’RE ALL THE SAME! (Burdened by a sinful heart and hiding in some form of shame.) Change the channel! Don’t be late! Pundits tell you who to hate! Who’s a racist? Who’s a fake? 24 hours of news to break! Skewering truths, spewing sewage, leading mobs of frenzied voices, With two choices, red or blue, And key points to regurgitate. Echo chamber ringing, rips the fabric of society. (Followed by an ad for a pill you pop to stop anxiety.) Get your blood a pumpin’ with some whisper fueled assumption, About someone who wore somethin’ or some singled out opinion among tweeters by the billions “But this one was so outrageous And egregious and alarming!” And you’re angry for the anger in your heart that had been forming Is on the verge of boiling over And you try but are unable Like Chernobyl in your heart the chain reaction is unstable And the blood pressure is higher than the moment just before… And the next commercial thankfully Is a high blood pressure cure. There’s a rhythm to this madness If you take a sec to look One option is unplug Put down your phone pick up a book But the other option probably is more helpful and realistic Find the humor, check the facts, and try to remain optimistic. Ask yourself the question: who profits from my rage? And prevent them from lining up their pockets with that booty. We’re His children despite race, creed, preference or age. Under God we’re indivisible. To stay United is our duty.
A quick Google query doesn’t bring many results about the author or the meaning, but it’s definitely pushing the “liberals are crazy and looking for someone to hate because Trump/republicans/etc. aren’t really that bad!” narrative. Also, the poem seems to directly go against the separation of Church and State that’s a keystone in our democracy. Some are officially voting Chris Pratt as the “Worst Chris ever,” but clearly they forgot about Chris Brown, so we’re giving him the no. 2 spot.