Jennifer Lawrence Clarifies Political Stance After Republican Comments
Jennifer Lawrence wants to very clear the air after generating headlines with very last week’s expose that she applied to be a “minor Republican.”
The Starvation Games actress took to Twitter on Tuesday, Oct. 27, declaring that she “would like to explain my voting document.” She ongoing, “I grew up in a republican household and voted for John McCain in 2008, but via [Barack] Obama’s presidency, and expanding up to realize I was voting towards my have rights, I am very pleased to say I am a Democrat.”
Her statement follows an Oct. 21 interview with Certainly Not podcast host Heather McMahan. Their conversation encompassed a wide range of subject areas, including Jennifer’s wedding to Cooke Maroney and how she’s used her time during the coronavirus pandemic, but people were rapid to place out Jennifer’s political remarks.
Particularly, the actress shared that she was raised to “see the fiscal benefits of some of the Republican policies,” which is aspect of the rationale why she cast her initial-at any time ballot in favor of former Arizona Senator John McCain.