So many people enabled this.— Chris Evans (@ChrisEvans) January 6, 2021
Earlier today, during the riot at the US capital, Chris Evans posted "so many people enabled this." Over the past couple of hours, fans have called out Chris in his mentions and on Twitter for his hypocrisy and the use of GOP candidates for his ASP website.
Chris has not posted or responded to the tweets.
this you? pic.twitter.com/ypYBdKjAP7— During a Paramore!? (@SpikeGhost) January 6, 2021
A great *starting point* would be to name them, bro. Now's not the time to be civil 'cause they sure aren't being civil. Don't be shy. We know you want to.— jen of ithilien ✨ (@jenofithilien) January 6, 2021
*sigh*— Sara Samora (@SaraESamora) January 6, 2021
With all due respect, ASP is one of those enablers. You allowed some of those same politicians on there, even invited Trump which he declined.
We've been telling you that you can't do both sides, not in these times.
lmao don't forget your ~both sides~ starting point website that gave credibility to the people that uplifted this shit. the design was bad too. 🤦♀️— Jordan (@Myrcella) January 6, 2021