Actress Jennifer Lawrence claimed that she “can’t fuck with anyone who isn’t political anymore” — that is, she simply can not handle them anymore — and that she “ignites text message rants” on her relatives in Kentucky and has nightmares concerning Tucker Carlson.
In a recent interview with Vogue, Lawrence discussed her anguish caused by the US Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade and her conservative family members, including her dad, in Louisville, Kentucky, over a bottle of wine in an outside eating area.
The actress, whose estimated net worth is $160 million, said the 2016 presidential election has strained relations in her family, which she has been working to mend while reminding herself that “their lives are different.”
“Over the past five years, I’ve worked so hard to forgive my dad and my family and to try to comprehend that things are different. They are receiving different information. Their way of life is distinct,” she claimed.
The actress also revealed that she frequently has nightmares that are recurring about Tucker Carlson of Fox News, which she discussed with her therapist.
Lawrence would “become obviously overpowered by emotion” throughout the interview, according to Aguirre, who also noted that Lawrence had a haunted appearance in her eyes.
The actress, who supports abortion rights and just gave birth to her first kid, said, “I’ve tried to get over it, but I truly can’t. I can’t. I’m sorry for just unloading, but I can’t fuck with non-political folks anymore.”
“You’re an American citizen and reside here. You must have political views. It is very bad. People are dying because of politics,” she continued.
Lawrence also bemoaned Americans who support the Second Amendment, stating that it “blows my mind” that anybody would worry about an unalienable right that was “established nearly two centuries ago.”
“I’m raising a young guy who will eventually attend school.” The actress made a bogus claim that guns are the main cause of child fatalities in the US.
Lawrence admits to text-bombing her Kentucky family about politics and getting no reaction when she was asked whether there was still an open line of contact regarding political matters with them.
“I start sending texts. Simply just, Boom, Boom, Boom, Boom. They remain silent. Then I’ll send a photo of the baby because I’ll feel horrible,” she stated.
In another part of the conversation, Lawrence proclaimed her love for “all infants,” yet she then made the odd suggestion that every parent of a daughter should support abortion.