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Captain America Calls Dinesh D'Souza 'Pile of Trash' Following Tweet Mocking Shooting Survivors

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Captain America Calls Dinesh D'Souza 'Pile of Trash' Following Tweet Mocking Shooting Survivors
Photo Credit: Paras Griffin/Getty Images for WIND RIVERChris Evans Slams Right-Wing Felon Dinesh D'Souza Over Vile Tweets Mocking Parkland Survivors

Actor Chris Evans, best known for his portrayal as Captain America, tore into conservative author and convicted felon Dinesh D'Souza after D'Souza mocked survivors of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting. Dinesh D'Souza was convicted of making $20,000 in illegal campaign contributions in 2014.

Not long after Republicans in the Florida State Legislature voted down a measure to ban assault weapons on Tuesday, D'Souza took to Twitter to mock the emotional reactions of the students who survived the attack.

D'Souza, a contributor to The National Review, said the students acted as if the legislature's decision was the "worst news since their parents told them to get summer jobs."



Captain America then swooped in and put D'Souza in his place.

Actor Chris Evans slammed the conservative author's heartless tweet, telling D'Souza to "keep your apology, you insensitive pile of trash."

Oh snap.


Fans and followers of Evans took what his reply and ran with it.

Captain America to the rescue!

Evans nor his fans were having it.



"You tell 'em, cap" Mike Hope replied.

Seventeen students and faculty were murdered in last week's massacre.

One survivor of the attack, Sheryl Acquaroli, thanked Evans for "standing up for me and my classmates; it means everything."

Even D'Souza's own followers thought his tweet was inappropriate.

Hamilton Electors called D'Souza "a human anal polyp."

D'Souza was also referred to as "a very strange kind of Christian," who acts the "complete opposite" of Christ. Teressa reminded D'Souza that "Jesus mocked those with power, not those who were suffering."


Perhaps most importantly, high school students today represent a new voting block 3.5 million strong. And they will soon be able to vote.

Students across the country "will be voting soon," Sherry B pointed out. Those aged 18-24 "will make up the largest voting block in the US. Ever."


Politicians on both sides of the aisle would be wise to listen to them. Three-and-a-half million votes is more than enough to swing a presidential election, and all of these young activists will be able to vote in 2020.