Senator Elizabeth Warren, a possible contender for the Democrats’ 2020 nomination, has one celeb in Hollywood not only willing to defend her, but to portray her in defiance of criticism from President Trump:
— The Hill (@thehill) February 16, 2018
From The Hill:
When asked which political character she’d want to play, Lawrence told ITK, “I could play Sen. [Elizabeth] Warren as Pocahontas.”
The quip was an apparent reference to a slur lobbed at the Massachusetts Democrat by President Trump.
The 27-year-old actress has been an outspoken critic of Trump, saying last year that any face-to-face encounter she would have with the president would likely end “with a martini to the face.”
I don't think you're making the point you think you're making https://t.co/6k43yMhZhV
— Alex Griswold (@HashtagGriswold) February 16, 2018
Not at all, and it’s the perfect backfire:
Right, because you’re also not Native American https://t.co/cXi5MR1q60
— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) February 16, 2018
That's kinda the … um … oh, never mind. https://t.co/p7RFZHy6LW
— David Martosko (@dmartosko) February 16, 2018
Perfect: also not Native American.
— Rowen (@rowen316) February 16, 2018
That's quite a non-sequitur. https://t.co/G3EjDtzdcG
— Jonah Goldberg (@JonahNRO) February 16, 2018
First of all, it's FAUXCAHONTAS, not Pocahontas! (Unlike Warren, Pocahontas was an ACTUAL Native American.) But I will agree that Jen is certainly qualified to ACT like a WASPy white woman PRETENDING to be Native American to get ahead in academia & politics…#HarveyWood #phonies https://t.co/JRJRaJ0af5
— Moira ☘️ ن (@Moira1987) February 16, 2018
Interesting, an Academy award winning actress playing the role of a woman who should win an award for acting like she’s Native American.
— Steve Buckland (@SteveBuckland4) February 16, 2018
Can’t. Stop. Laughing.