Actor Seth Rosen did not break the word in a hot and long Twitter exchange with San Ted Cruz, R-Texas, covering everything from the Paris climate deal to Disney’s “fantasy”. ۔
The controversy erupted last week when Rogen called Cruz a “fascist” and said that in order to claim the re-election of President Joe Biden, he had “compared Paris to the jobs of Pittsburgh citizens.” More interested in citizens. “
The “Paris Climate Accord” refers to the city where the agreement was signed in 2015 by leaders of more than 200 nations, including President Barack Obama. Scientists and world leaders say the agreement’s plans to reduce emissions of carbon dioxide, such as greenhouse gases, could prevent a dangerous rise in global temperatures. Many Republicans believe that the Paris Agreement inappropriately limits US employment and economic growth with a slight return.
Cruz responded to Rogen’s tweet on Wednesday, calling it a charming, civil, educated response.
He added: “If you’re a rich, angry person in Hollywood, today’s dams are your party. If you’re a blue collar, if you’re a union member, if you work in energy or manufacturing. … not too much. “
Rosen is in “four unions”, the actor replied.
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This went on for days. Cruz tweeted at one point about how the 1941 Disney film “Fantasia” made her cry when she was 4 years old.
Rosen replied, “Everyone who made this film hated you.
Cruz responded, “They’re all dead. So I think we’re good,” and noted that Walt Disney is a Republican. Historians note that Disney later voted Republican in his adult life and actively worked with a group of Hollywood conservatives, the Motion Picture Alliance for the Preservation of American Idols, who stated that his The mission is to save the country from fascism and communism.
Cruz added with Rosen: “Even though you treat Tortoise online like a Marxist … your movies are usually quite funny. I’m sure you hate that I enjoy them. Enjoy. “
Rosin noted that Torrit’s runs are in his family. He tweeted, “Very few instances of the Torrit Manifesto in uncontrollable types. Like me, most cases appear to be twisted.”
The National Institutes of Health describes syndrome as “a neurological disorder characterized by repetitive, stereotyped, unnecessary movements and sounds called ticks.” It is estimated that only 10% to 15% of people with the disease have coperavellia, including the use of “socially inappropriate words”.
Contribution: Joel Shannon
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