Perhaps calling them “dreams” isn’t exactly accurate… she says that they are “recurring nightmares.”
Whatever they are, it means that the Fox News host is living rent-free inside the head of one of Hollywood’s biggest stars.
The latest issue of Vogue features an interviewer with Hunger Games actress Jennifer Lawrence that was conducted back in June shortly after the Dobbs Supreme Court decision that overturned Roe. In the interview, Lawrence admitted that politics has torn her family apart after the 2016 election… and that she is working hard to “forgive” some of her family members for their conservative political views.
She said that it takes work to “repair” the relationships, but it appears that she’s not all that willing to back down on her positions and see her family members as human beings with different perspectives on the issues.
Much of her disappointment was directed at certain relatives back in Louisville, Kentucky, where she’d grown up, including her father. The 2016 election had torn open a rift in her family. Repairing it was an ongoing process. Particularly since having a baby, she had been trying to heal. She even discussed with her therapist the recurring nightmares she has about Tucker Carlson. “I just worked so hard in the last five years to forgive my dad and my family and try to understand: It’s different. The information they are getting is different. Their life is different.” Lawrence had a haunted look in her eyes. She would stop at times to apologize or make a self-deprecating joke, then get visibly overtaken by emotion again. I felt like I was watching a real-life version of whatever it is that happens when she acts. “I’ve tried to get over it and I really can’t. I can’t. I’m sorry I’m just unleashing, but I can’t fuck with people who aren’t political anymore. You live in the United States of America. You have to be political. It’s too dire. Politics are killing people.”
That’s just so weird. It’s unlikely that there are any prominent conservatives that have recurring nightmares of Brian Stelter, Don Lemon, or Rachel Maddow. But then, Hollywood Libs are strange creatures.
The article stated that Lawrence wasn’t “entirely in Hillary Clinton’s corner” in 2016, but was very upset that Donald Trump became President. She was disturbed that some of her family members were Trump supporters. She said that the reversal of Roe reignited the hostilities in her family.
She explains it with a bizarre analogy that just goes to show you that just because someone can memorize lines that other people write, that doesn’t mean that the elevator makes it to the top floor.
“It breaks my heart because America had the choice between a woman and a dangerous, dangerous jar of mayonnaise.” said Lawrence, “and they were like, ‘Well, we can’t have a woman. Let’s go with the jar of mayonnaise.’ And now, thanks to Supreme Court justices appointed by that dangerous jar of mayonnaise, the unthinkable had happened.”
“I don’t want to disparage my family,” she added, “but I know that a lot of people are in a similar position with their families. How could you raise a daughter from birth and believe that she doesn’t deserve equality? How?”
Not understanding that opposing the Democrat’s position which allows the slaughter of the unborn well into pregnancy is something that you’d think a new mother would understand… but no. To Lawrence, like the other pro-abort ghouls, abortion is all about the woman and the child is incidental.
But it isn’t just abortion that she’s lecturing her family about — it’s gun control, environmental policy, regulation, and even the age of politicians.
The article says that she is still berating her family members.
“For the moment, Lawrence was preoccupied with the midterm elections. In the days and weeks after the interview at her house, she kept thinking of more things to say. There were multiple calls, one on the Fourth of July, and at least one voice memo,” writes Abby Aguirre for Vogue.
“She would send long, thought-out, fact-filled paragraphs — mini op-eds — via text. Later, on the phone, emotion would pour out,” states the article. Lawrence would harangue her family members by lecturing them on “the Court’s decision expanding gun rights after the school shooting in Uvalde, and its decision limiting the EPA’s ability to regulate carbon emissions, and the average age of politicians in general.”
“I broach the subject in the sense that I unleash text messages. Just: Boom. Boom. Boom. Boom. Boom. They don’t respond. And then I’ll feel bad and send a picture of the baby,” says Lawrence.
It’s great that she’s getting therapy — she is clearly in desperate need of it.
Although, at one point, she almost gets the populism that is fueling the right at the moment…
She seemed to be animated by a faith that if only she found the right words, she could reach certain relatives in Kentucky, and perhaps all women in all red states. She was convinced that the way many people vote, or don’t vote at all, has nothing to do with what they actually believe. That it was all a misunderstanding. That the real divide was not between right and left, as so many politicians would have us believe, but between those at the top and everyone else at the bottom. That most Americans had more in common than not.
She’s so close… and yet so far.
No wonder Tucker is haunting her subconscious mind.
One would think that there would be bigger monsters haunting her dreams. Like perhaps Harvey Weinstein whom she had said she thought of as a “father figure.”
Here she is at the beginning of a compilation of celebrities lauding Weinstein before his predations on actresses — which were an “open secret” in Hollywood — were exposed.
Having a beautiful Hollywood actress admit that a cable news host has infiltrated her subconscious and now appears regularly in her dreams has got to be somewhat flattering.
On his show on Tuesday, Tucker Carlson reacted to Lawrence’s admission and Trace Gallagher explains what could have been the trigger.
It’s either that call-out for her TDS or the sexy glasses. Who can say?
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