It’s beginning to look as if actor Chris Pratt is out for America’s heartstrings.
Fresh off last week’s “preemptive apology,” an Internet sensation designed to head off rampant political correctness, the “Jurassic World” star posted a video on his Facebook page showing him teaching his 2-year-old son, Jack, the Pledge of Allegiance.
When finished, they formally shake hands — on a “sweetness” scale, the heartwarming video is off the charts.
“Meant to post this on #MemorialDay but I was in China and my phone wasn’t working,” Pratt wrote. “I’m proud to be American. I’m blessed to get to travel the world! #IPledgeAllegiance.”
Meant to post this on #MemorialDay but I was in China and my phone wasn’t working. I’m proud to be American. I’m blessed to get to travel the world! #IPledgeAllegiance
Posted by Chris Pratt on Wednesday, May 27, 2015
The reaction on social media was equally heartwarming, with one user even suggesting Pratt’s next student.
Here’s a sampling from Twitter:
— JAWESQ (@JAWESQ95) May 28, 2015
— ⭐️Danceypants⚡️ (@Pinkdiscoball77) May 28, 2015
— Caroline Richardson (@MetacarolineR) May 28, 2015
— TJ RAUSCH (@tjrausch1) May 28, 2015
— BKurtis (@BKurtis) May 28, 2015
— 96.5 WKLH Milwaukee (@965WKLH) May 28, 2015
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