Don’t Worry, Christians! Hollywood Loves Jesus and Loves YOU!

Hollywood actor Chris Pratt gave an extremely short interview last week to discuss his “faith” and Evangelical magazines all across the country are swooning. Pratt says it’s just a silly rumor that Hollywood is “anti-Christian” in any way, shape or form! No one ever says anything disparaging about faith or Christianity, he claims. At least, not to his face.

What a relief! Now we can all go back to wallowing in Hollywood “entertainment” and not feel guilty about it on Sunday morning. Chris Pratt has our back!

Mr. Pratt’s claims ring almost as hollow as his “conversion” story and miraculous Hollywood discovery. We’ll dive into those things in a moment, but first, what about this “Hollywood loves Christians and has no bias” claim?

Grab a pen and a sheet of paper. Write down every Hollywood movie produced in the last… oh, let’s say 30 years… in which a Protestant Christian is the main character or sidekick. And by “Hollywood movie,” we mean one produced by the big movie studios in Hollywood, not the handful of small independent Christian production studios (think Paramount, Disney, etc.). We’ll wait.

All done? Yes, that number would be ZERO.

If you used Hollywood movies for a research subject, you could easily conclude that Protestant Christianity does not exist in America. For a medium which demands total diversity in every government office and workplace, in which the percentage of employees must match the percentage of the various peoples of the community, Hollywood has NO diversity space at all for Protestants. The majority faith of America does not exist in the visual media of film. How’s that for fantasy!

The only time you see a “Christian” in a Hollywood production, he’s wearing a Catholic priest’s collar. This is not an accident. And the priest is either a drunk or is eager to fornicate with the nearest married woman, nun or altar boy. The only thing that comes close to being an exception to this rule is Roman Catholic-backed films like “Passion of the Christ” and “Noah,” which portray heretical Gnostic versions of the Gospel.

That’s “Christianity” in a nutshell from Hollywood’s perspective. Therefore, we should all trust that Hollywood is not anti-Christian! Never mind the fact that not a single film that accurately conveys the Gospel has been produced by Hollywood since Charlton Heston was a young man.

Contrary to what liberal Evangelical magazines will tell you, Chris Pratt’s very vocal “God loves you and wants you to pray” spiel is not the Gospel, either.

Chris Pratt’s conversion and origin story itself is a Hollywood PR production. Here’s the official Chris Pratt narrative, according to Hollywood.

Chris Pratt was hanging out outside a liquor store in Hawaii while his friends were inside buying booze one morning. A mysterious stranger approached him (stop laughing, this “true story” has been published in every Hollywood magazine) and told him that God had asked him to speak to Pratt.

Chris felt like he should follow the man, so he did. He ended up in a church – and had a total life transformation. One month later, Chris was “discovered” by a Hollywood actress/director while waiting tables at the Bubba Gump Shrimp Company.

What an amazing story! It’s like something out of a movie! Evangelical magazines swoon at this pile of garbage. Even the selection of the Bubba Gump Shrimp Company is designed to sway your emotions, by evoking the heartwarming relationship between Forrest Gump and his friend Bubba.

In one of his earliest interviews, which has almost entirely been scrubbed from the internet by Hollywood, Pratt said of his “work” in Hawaii, “People have to work. I just don’t want it to be at a f**king restaurant.”

The Hollywood actress/director who discovered Chris Pratt was Rae Dawn Chong, the daughter of Tommy Chong. “He was so hot,” Ms. Chong remarked on her “discovery” of Chris Pratt. Oh, except Chris Pratt was not serving her shrimp when this Hollywood director discovered him – he was taking his clothes off.

Aside from “hobo,” the only thing on Chris Pratt’s resume prior to his discovery was his work at strip clubs in California and Hawaii. And if you piece the timeline together, Chris Pratt allegedly became a Christian… and then a month later, while stripping, was discovered by a woman from Hollywood who was almost 20 years his senior.

No, Hollywood isn’t biased against Christians at all. Especially not the Chris Pratt variety of Christian. And just a reminder: When “Guardians of the Galaxy” director James Gunn was exposed as a possible pedophile this summer, “Christian” Chris Pratt was one of the first ones to rush to his defense and demand that Gunn not be fire by Disney. Way to stand up for the children, Chris.

~ Christian Patriot Daily


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