A Hollywood Actress Makes A Disgusting Claim Against Christians

During an interview with Vogue, Jennifer Lawrence made a disgusting comment about Christians. She claimed, “All those people holding their crucifixes, which may as well be pitchforks, thinking they’re fighting the good fight. I grew up in Kentucky. I know how they are.

It’s not a big surprise that she would make a claim such as this one. Christianity seems to be the favorite target for liberals who want to obliterate something they know almost nothing about. Curiously, they remain in silence when it comes to any other religion.

One of the most disturbing things about Lawrence saying is how many liberal publications cheered it as if she said something clever and unique. The Left loves to repeat what someone else said and claim it as their own in a self-righteous tone.

However, we cannot remember when was the last time Jennifer said something negative about people who follow Islam murder other people. The same can be said for the rest of the non-Christian celebrities who seem to have some kind of obsession with people who follow Jesus’ teachings.

In the interview, she was speaking of the people who opposed to gay marriage. It is understandable that people have different opinions on this matter.

But if someone decides that he/she doesn’t like gay marriage, that person can be considered worse that those that decide to kill men, women, and children just because they do not believe in the same god as you. Is that what you meant, Jennifer?

Instead of being consistent with her arguments, she is just criticizing a religion that she does not like. She is just like the other Hollywood sellouts that are selling her image of being “trendy” and “cool” to their Hollywood peers.

Sadly, the liberal media outlets have no hesitation in praising Jennifer for her “brave” statement. But it would be interesting to see what would happen if a celebrity said, “All those people worshiping Allah, which may as well be murdering innocent people in cold blood, think they are fighting the good fight. I grew up in Iran. I know how they are.”

Surely, the outrage and rejection would be intense, isn’t? Also, there would be riots, liberal politicians would come out to claim that this bad statement doesn’t reflect the values of this nation.

But Jennifer does the same thing with Christianity, and she is considered a hero? Perhaps it’s time to re-evaluate some old values and recognize we are actually living strange and difficult times.