January 16, 2019

Leftists lose it over actor Chris Pratt’s Bible-based diet

Amanda HeadRebel Contributor

Let’s be honest: actor Chris Pratt used to be pretty… chubby. But then he made himself over to shoot Guardians of the Galaxy, and transformed into an action hero heartthrob.

Nowadays he has to stay in serious shape, and he recently announced he was getting ready for his next role by doing the “Daniel Diet.”

The diet is based on a passage from the book of Daniel in the Bible’s Old Testament, which counsels eating nothing but vegetables and water for a period of time.

What could lefties possible find objectionable about that?! It’s not just vegetarian — it’s practically vegan! But, you guessed it, this diet was inspired by the Bible, so of course leftwing haters took to Twitter to mock Pratt’s Christian faith.

You can’t win with these people.

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commented 2019-01-18 01:20:00 -0500
Andrew Stephenson those flies are near Communism and all the dead bodies it creates.
commented 2019-01-18 01:18:36 -0500
Andrew Stephenson Twitter is well known for doing this, no matter how hard you want to believe a narrative. CBC deletes some posts , a few of mine from the past as well, have not bothered with them for a few years now though. And CBC and Twitter are not the same company.
commented 2019-01-17 13:04:44 -0500
“Alberta Maga commented 11 hours ago
Andrew Stephenson Twitter dishonestly puts the Anti Trump comments near the top and hides and even deletes supporting tweets. Try and keep up with how pathetic the left is. "

And, I suppose, the CBC dishonestly puts the anti-Trudeau comments near the top of articles about him? Or is it just that shit attracts flies?
commented 2019-01-17 08:36:02 -0500
WTF. its a diet just as acceptable as the South Beach Diet, Keto diet, Slimfast, Jenny Craig, et cetera.

It used to be called “Armchair Socialist”. You sit at home and complain about everything capitalist while chomping on a cigar or living the life of the wealthy, usually from family money.

Since when does the peanut gallery have any weight to a conversation? One would think that a vegetable diet would be PC acceptable. Oh wait, mention of the Bible and you are on the outs with the perfect people.
commented 2019-01-17 02:25:14 -0500
Andrew Stephenson Twitter dishonestly puts the Anti Trump comments near the top and hides and even deletes supporting tweets. Try and keep up with how pathetic the left is.
commented 2019-01-16 21:50:09 -0500
What about a wine diet? They drank wine back in the day.
I guess too many calories.
Or be like Oprah and buy Weight Watchers. She thinks if she buys the company, she’ll lose weight! Sorry Oprah, can’t buy me love!

Seriously, Hollywood Catholics are actually gaining strength, Jim Caviezel, Gary Sinise, Mark Wahlberg, Patricia Heaton, Sylvester Stallone, Harry Connick Jr., there are lots of them. One day we’ll see the secular atheists vying for the limelight. It will happen.
commented 2019-01-16 21:03:38 -0500
That’s the root of the problem right there, Amanda. These lunatics are Bible-hating bigots. No other religious system gets so much hate. And because Christians are restricted from chopping off their pathetic and empty heads, Hollywood socialists can mock all they want with impunity. Judgement Day can’t come soon enough in my opinion.
commented 2019-01-16 20:59:28 -0500
Three tweets is apparently newsworthy on The Rebel?

You might want to stay away from the responses following some of 45’s more colourful offerings. Head explosions are so cliche, but …
commented 2019-01-16 18:32:02 -0500
Most of those Leftists who hated upon Chris for his “Daniel of the Bible” diet are probably vegetarians or vegans, yet they hate Chris for doing the vegan diet because he derived that from the Bible? I think the word for that is “hypocrites”.