Ellen Page's Anti-Christian Warpath Leads Her to Attack Chris Pratt

In this image released by Lionsgate, Ellen Page appears in a scene from "Freeheld." (Phil Caruso/Lionsgate via AP)

Ellen Page has become a very vocal opponent of Christian figures, roveth about as a jackass in a lion costume, seeking whom she may bray at.

Fresh off of throwing a fit over Mike Pence and blaming the Vice President for the Jussie Smollett attack — which police are currently getting suspicious about the truthfulness of — Page has now turned her increasingly frown-lined face toward America’s beloved Chris Pratt.


Pratt was recently on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert, where he revealed that he recently took part in his church’s “Daniel’s Fast,” and dropped some serious wisdom about being in the spotlight.

“If the spotlight that is shining on you is brighter than the light that’s within you, it will kill you,” Pratt said.

Page, however, decided that a person having Christian beliefs and attending church is worth attacking someone over, and since Pratt got to share his faith on the same show she had previously thrown a very rehearsed looking and over-acted hissy fit on, she decided to get a little salty on Twitter.

“Oh. K. Um. But his church is infamously anti lgbtq so maybe address that too?” tweeted Page.

Page seems to be so caught up in her identity that she’s confusing having Christian faith with hatred for the LGBT community. Either Page hasn’t met too many Christians or has only met sour people who sign onto the Christian faith.

Of course, Page holds that Pratt’s church, Hillsong Church, is “infamously anti-lgbtq,” likely due to the fact that it removed a man from choir leadership when it was revealed that he was having a homosexual relationship with one of the choir members, and intended to marry. The church also has a past of conversion therapy for gays looking to rid themselves of their homosexuality.


But the pastor of Hillsong’s New York Church, Carl Lentz, seems to take a pro-LGBT stance.

“We have a lot of gay men and women in our church and I pray we always do,” Lentz said in 2014.

“Jesus was in the thick of an era where homosexuality, just like it is today, was widely prevalent.  And I’m still waiting for someone to show me the quote where Jesus addressed it on the record in front of people.  You won’t find it because he never did,” he said.

Whether you agree with Lentz on his stance or not, Christians are often taught not to hate anyone regardless of their sin, as we’re all sinners at the end of the day. Many Christians have friends and family in the LGBT community whom they love dearly.

This quick assumption that Pratt is somehow guilty of anti-LGBT hatred due to his association with a Christian church is absurd, and is a snap judgment on Page’s part, making Page the only bigot here.


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