Jennifer Lawrence is by far the most vocal of Hollywood celebrities who oppose a Donald Trump presidency. As such, she is the epitome of #UnitedAgainstHate, which, according to Breitbart, is a group of 100 Tinseltown representatives who aim to stop the Republican’s presidential bid dead in its tracks. The Ellen DeGeneres Show has unequivocally called Hillary Clinton “my president.”
For her part, Oprah Winfrey has officially endorsed the Democrat as president, based on an ET Online exclusive. Whoopie Goldberg has likewise been very vocal about her Trump opposition. And so it looks like there is a very strong media tide to thwart any attempt at getting The Donald elected.
Still, Hollywood’s top 100 aren’t taking any chances. They have said in a joint communique, “When dangerous and divisive leaders have come to power in the past, it has been in part because those of goodwill failed to speak out for themselves or their fellow citizens.”
In Jennifer Lawrence, life imitates art as the outspoken actress takes her Katniss Everdeen battle from the celluloid screen and out on the streets. And so, just like the Mockingjay, Lawrence has come looking one day for Donald Trump, according to the Independent. The objective of Jennifer, who is widely considered as the most relatable of all Hollywood actors, was to find Trump and target the Republican presidential nominee with a four-word message, “f**k you, Donald Trump.”
In the Mockingjay sequel of The Hunger Games, Katniss rushes to the capitol of the dystopian continent Panem in a search-and-destroy mission to find President Snow played by Donald Sutherland in order to bring him to justice, dead or alive. In real life, Jennifer Lawrence was born as a Republican who “has stopped supporting the party because she says they do not espouse women’s rights.”
In The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2, the heroine is determined to make the president pay for his crimes against humanity, particularly for reducing her District 12 home to ashes. These days, Jennifer Lawrence seems to be reenacting her Mockingjay persona in real life, making truth stranger than fiction.
Despite an army of supporters from the media who oppose a “President Snow” win, there are those who believe that Donald Trump will handily win the election. Michael Moore, the celebrated movie documentarist, is one of them. In The Hunger Games lore, he would be Plutarch, the former gamekeeper turned communications strategist.
As much as the real-life Plutarch hates to be the bringer of bad news, Moore is convinced that Donald Trump will win the elections. Breitbart quotes Moore as saying the following.
“This wretched, ignorant, dangerous part-time clown and full-time sociopath is going to be our next president.”
Breitbart also mentions the following resolution of other action groups in opposing a Trump presidency like Mockingjay Jennifer Lawrence.
- In November, dozens of Hispanic leaders signed an open letter decrying Trump’s disrespect and discrimination for Hispanic people.
- In May, 400 authors led by Stephen King wrote a petition not to vote for the Republican nominee “as a matter of conscience.”
- This month, 140 Silicon Valley executives also wrote a joint communique that The Donald will be a disaster for technology
[Spoiler Alert: If you haven’t watched the Hunger Games movies, stop right here…]
Evidently, the Mockingjay has a lot of sectors in American society rooting for her revolution. However, in the movies just as in real life, there is a chance that the heroine might have a change of heart. That is, once Jennifer Lawrence discovers the true nature of the other candidate, Hillary Clinton.
Thus, in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2, “The Girl On Fire,” Panem’s continental hero shoots an arrow in the air in her usual expert aim but hits a different target. To illustrate, what if Jennifer Lawrence finds concrete evidence that Hillary Clinton stole the nomination for the presidency from fellow Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders according to reports from Daily Mail, Counter Punch, and RT?
Also, what if the Mainwashed rumors were true that a “potential DNC whistleblower was found murdered outside of his apartment with a gunshot wound in his back?”
Such possibilities may be sufficient to turn a real-life heroine like Jennifer Lawrence around — no matter how strong-willed she is. Indeed, sometimes, truth is stranger than fiction.
There is also a popular saying that choosing between good and evil is easy — what is far more difficult is choosing between two evils — President Coin or President Snow?
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