‘Aquaman’ Jason Momoa says ‘we are a disease infecting our planet,’ rips Trump at U.N.

‘Aquaman’ Jason Momoa says ‘we are a disease infecting our planet,’ rips Trump at U.N.
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[Ed. – Do liberals and the U.N. think their messages are really bolstered by ‘celebrity endorsements’?]

Actor Jason Momoa delivered a speech at the United Nations on Friday in which he described humanity as “a disease that is infecting our planet” and took a thinly veiled shot at President Donald Trump for pulling out of the Paris climate agreement.

Momoa, whose blockbuster DC Universe film “Aquaman” brought in $335 million domestically and over $1 billion internationally last year, delivered the speech on behalf of “all island nations.”

“Aloha. Your excellencies, distinguished delegates, ladies and gentlemen,” Momoa told those gathered at the United Nations on Friday. “Today I stand before you as a singular representative of all island nations. I’m honored to represent those who continue to fight as stewards of this planet.”

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“As a native Hawaiian born to a mother from Iowa, I have seen how one place can be oblivious to another,” he continued.

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