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Joe Rogan explains why Chris Pratt receives so much hate for being an Open Christian

Joe Rogan has been widely criticized for some of the divisive topics and opinions that get covered on his popular podcast, but on the most recent episode of The Joe Rogan Experience this past week explained why celebrity actor Chris Pratt receives so much negative attention from the Left.  Stating that it primarily derives from Pratt being an "Open Christian" and a “Good Person.”

Joe went on to say, “He’s kind of outside the lines in terms of his ideology... He’s a Christian and he’s pretty open about it, and because of that they attack him.” 

Rogan started the segment by speaking of Hollywood celebrities, mostly actors, being scared to step “outside the lines,” noting that they fear they’ll be blacklisted. 

“It’s something so simple, like he just believes in Jesus,” the host explained, “and he like, you know, he likes to be a good person and they’re like ‘f*** him!'”



“Even Chris Pratt gets in trouble because he’s Christian,” Rogan said, adding that Pratt “is the nicest guy I’ve ever met in my life.”

Rogan’s guest noted that Pratt has been dubbed the “worst Chris” multiple times online. Rogan quickly dismissed the hate and those promoting it. “I don’t give a f*** what they think,” he 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.”

While some may find Pratt's faith surprising, it's not the first time he has made public and blatant reference to his religion.

When the actor accepted his award for Choice Sci-Fi Actor at the 2017 Teen Choice Awards, he made a speech that surprised many for its Christian content.
Fresh from his breakup with ex-wife Anna Faris, Chris said: "I would not be here with the ease and grace I have in my heart without my lord and savior, Jesus Christ."

"My faith is important to me but no church defines me or my life, and I am not a spokesman for any church or group of people. My values define who I am. We need less hate in this world, not more. I am a man who believes that everyone is entitled to love who they want free from the judgement of their fellow man."





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