‘Captain America’ Chris Evans Accused by Former KKK Leader David Duke of Supporting ‘Zionist Wars’ in Twitter Feud – Algemeiner

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Captain America star Chris Evans went to battle on Twitterlastweek against former Ku Klux Klanleader David Duke, who accused the actor of supporting Zionist wars.

The Twitter feud began on Wednesday when Evans, who is not Jewish, criticizedthe white supremacistforsupporting theappointment of Republican former senator Jeff Sessions as US Attorney General. Duke laudedSessions as someone suited forthe project of taking America back, to which Evans replied, If David Duke.DAVID!DUKE! thinks youre right, then you are unequivocally wrong. The confirmation of @jeffsessions is beyond words.

Duke fired back, callingEvansa typical dumb actor and adding, If everything I say is wrong, then when I say I oppose these Zionists wars, you must be for them, Captain America!?

February 17, 2017 4:46 am

Evans took another stab at Duke on Thursday, tweeting a link to choice quotesincluding onethat refers to Jews as a blight along with the message, Well if these nuggets of bigotry are some of your OTHER thoughts, then I stand by my original tweet. The actorended by saying, We cant let hatred be the loudest voice.

Duke finally tweeted, Captain America inspires the Theoretical Marxist in all of us.

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