Former Captain America Chris Evans Targets President Trump, Says “His Brain Is a Scribble”
Captain America actor Chris Evans recently targeted President Trump claiming "his brain is a scribble."
Captain America actor Chris Evans recently targeted President Trump claiming “his brain is a scribble.”
Evans’ comments come in response to a video where The President addressed senior citizens in the United States of America following his recovery from being infected by China’s Covid-19.
During the video, President Trump stated, “We are taking care of our seniors. You are not vulnerable. But they like to say the vulnerable. But you are the least vulnerable. But for this one thing you are vulnerable. And so am I.”
He went on to detail that he wanted Americans to receive the same treatment he received at Walter Reed.
In response to this video, Evans seemingly revealed his inability to understand simple words. He took to Twitter where he wrote, “His brain is a scribble.”
Apparently, Chris Evans can not understand that President Trump is saying that senior citizens of the United States of America are not vulnerable in general despite what the media likes to claim. They are tough individuals who have experienced quite a bit in their lifetime, many of them served during the Vietnam War.
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However, President Trump does make it clear that they are vulnerable when it comes to Covid-19. The CDC states, “As you get older, your risk for severe illness from COVID-19 increases.”
They go on to claim, “The greatest risk for severe illness from COVID-19 is among those aged 85 or older.”
It’s really that simple, and President Trump makes it quite clear. His words are succinct and make sense. It appears that the real problem is with Evans’ understanding of the words.
This is just another example of a member of the Hollywood elite exposing themselves as a complete dunce.
And it’s not the first time Evans has done so. In fact, he’s no stranger to making easily disprovable claims.
Back in March, the actor accused President Trump of running off stage during a press conference with the Coronavirus Task Force.
Evans took to Twitter where he wrote, “The president just ran off stage after his rambling press conference without answering a single question.”
He added, “America wants answers. America wants leadership. America doesn’t want a president who runs off stage during a crisis and lets Mike Pence do all the talking.”
However, if you actually watched the press conference from March 15th, you can see that President Trump gave about an 8 minute speech before handing the press conference over to Vice President Mike Pence stating, “Our Vice President is doing an incredible job. He’s going to take over. And I will probably see you tomorrow. Thank you very much.”
He doesn’t run off the stage. He provides an update to the nation, then hands off the press conference to the Vice President and the rest of the Coronavirus Task Force who also provided their own updates and took questions from the press.
When Evans isn’t making things up about President Donald Trump, he’s outright attacking him and his surrogates.
In January 2019, he referred to Vice President Mike Pence as “an obsequious little worm.”
He wrote on Twitter, “Wow. [Mike Pence] is an obsequious little worm desperately trying to sanitize Trump’s lies. He has no shame. Keep tap dancing you fool. We all see you.”
— Chris Evans (@ChrisEvans) January 8, 2019
Before that in July 2018, after a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin he claimed President Trump “embarrassed America.”
He wrote, “I don’t even know what to say. Today was a disgrace. Donald Trump embarrassed America and should be ashamed of himself. Shame on anyone who chooses to ignore Russia’s interference in our democracy for the sake of Trump’s political well-being. I’m at a complete loss.”
What do you make of Evans’ comments exposing his own inability to understand simple phrases?