Election Embarrassment: Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson Cried Over Election

Did you cry about the election? Have you ever cried about elections?


While The Rock acknowledged his decision to back Joe Biden sparked off a “s***storm” among fans, he felt it was worth the risk. Notably in this latest video (and he has been making many) he admits that he cried when the AP called the U.S. Presidential race for Joe Biden. 



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My vote represented my little girls. It also represented/ Humanity Decency Principles and values @laurenhashianofficial and I instill in our little daughters. And finally, my vote represented the importance of just being a decent human being. And to me, being a decent human being matters. This win feels so good, but now the real work begins. Because we have an entire country divided. I’m not turning my back on you just because we have a difference of opinion. Im not made that way. I’m still right here and when the sun comes up, we all get up with it – go to work, feed our families and pay our bills. Congratulations to President elect @joebiden and Vice President elect @kamalaharris and to all our American people for engaging in the biggest voter turnout our country has ever seen 👏🏾👊🏾 Stand tall, lay it all on the line and cheers to UNITY and finding common ground. Let’s get to work. DJ 🥃🇺🇸

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Lots and lots of platitudes, and it certainly doesn’t take long for The Rock to hit on the identity politics. Describing how wonderful it is that Senator Kamala Harris historically made it as Vice President… not because she is qualified, or brilliant, or accomplished, but because she is a “woman of color”. 


Seems more like The Rock, who has always been more of a Republican, is making calculated decisions that might affect his future political career. Seems like these are pretty cynical calculations.  The Rock has gone from being a quiet, moderate, centrist Republican to simply parroting Democrat talking points. 


This is a national embarrassment. 




Jamison Ashley

Comic geek, movie nerd, father, and husband - but not necessarily in that order. Current captain of this ship o' fools who is rapidly training everyone's computers and snarkphone spell-checkers to misspell 'supposebly.'