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Joe Rogan Defies Left To Defend Chris Pratt As ‘A Christian’ And ‘A Good Person’

Over the past few months, Hollywood A-list star Chris Pratt has been targeted by cancel culture [1] multiple times simply for being a Christian with conservative values. He may appear in mainstream blockbusters like Guardians Of The Galaxy and Jurassic World, but the 42-year-old native Minnesotan is a popular trigger for the outrage mob by regularly posting about faith, family, patriotism, hunting, and more. But maybe Chris Pratt is just a nice guy – at least Joe Rogan thinks so.

This week, Chris Pratt found himself an unlikely defender in popular podcast and former “Fear Factor” host Joe Rogan, who defied the leftist cancel culture mob by saying that Pratt is “a Christian and he’s pretty open about it.”

Joe Rogan Defends Chris Pratt For Being Openly Christian

“It’s something so simple, like [Pratt] just believes in Jesus,” Rogan said. “He likes to be a good person, and they’re like f*** him!”

Rogan began by slamming the “Hollywood elites” who are terrified to do anything “outside the lines” out of fears of being cancelled.

Rogan particularly took issue with the fact that Pratt is often targeted for his faith.

“I don’t give a f*** what they think,” the host said. “They’re all insane people that hate their jobs, that are sitting in front of the cubicle. When their boss isn’t looking, they’re tweeting bad things about Chris Pratt.”

“He’s the nicest f-cking guy I’ve ever met in my life,” he continued. 

Related: Chris Pratt Launches New Hollywood Production Company ‘Indivisible’ Inspired by Pledge of Allegiance [5]

The Mob Loves To ‘Pile On’

Rogan went on to say that the mob likes to “pile on” when celebrities are in the spotlight.

“You see someone being vulnerable, and you can snipe at them,” Rogan said. “You don’t have any repercussions, and they’re not in front of you, so you attack the guy.”

Rogan concluded by saying that he’s spent time with Pratt personally, and that he enjoys his company. 

“He hasn’t done nothing,” Rogan said of Pratt. “He’s so nice. Chris Pratt is like one of the nicest people I’ve ever met in my life. He’s genuinely friendly. I’ve been in hunting camp with him. He’s nice to everybody. My point is I’ve seen him interact with people. He’s super kind, super normal guy.”

Chris Pratt’s Journey To Christ 

Despite the hate he has received from closed-minded leftists, Pratt has refused to ever turn his back on God. In one interview, Pratt talked about how he was introduced to religion when he was a teenager in Hawaii by a complete stranger.

“This guy came by and was like, ‘What are you doing tonight?’ I was like, ‘Oh, I dunno…’ So he’s like, ‘Will you fornicate tonight?’ I was like, ‘I hope so.’ ‘And drugs and drinking?’ It’s like, ‘Most likely, yeah. Probably all three of those things. I mean, at least two of them, possibly all three,'” Pratt told Esquire [6] magazine back in 2014.

“He was like, ‘I stopped because Jesus told me to stop and talk to you. He said to tell you you’re destined for great things.’ My friends came out, and I was like, ‘Hey, I’m gonna go with this guy,'” Pratt continued. “I gave my soul to Jesus within, like, two days. I was stuffing envelopes for his organization, Jews for Jesus.”

Pratt has remained devoted to God ever since.

Chris Pratt married Arnold Schwarzenegger’s daughter Katherine in 2019 after saying the couple’s love was fostered by their shared religious beliefs [7]. The couple regularly posts about their shared adoration and praise God.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Read also: Maria Shriver Defends Son-In-Law Chris Pratt After He’s Slammed Over ‘Healthy Daughter’ Comments [9]

We applaud Chris Pratt for continuing to show the world what a good Christian man looks like, and God bless Joe Rogan for standing up for him.