The Rock 2020!
Just three days after very real paperwork was filed for Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson to run for President — yes, for real — he’s showing with simple gestures how much better he would be than the horror show we have.
On Wednesday, he shared with his nearly 90 million followers praise of U.S. Army vet Jenna Bakken, who was hit with shrapnel in 2009 while fighting for our country.
We’re betting she’s going to get a big bump to her own Insta after this! The Rock wrote:
Warrior women come in all shapes, colors and backgrounds. Grateful to drop sweat next to this one. Thank you @j_el_bee for your service. Respect. And thank you for just being a pick up truck drivin’ bad ass ├░┼╕ΓÇÿ┼á├░┼╕┬Å┬╛ #USArmy #Bakken #PurpleHeart ├░┼╕ΓÇí┬║├░┼╕ΓÇí┬╕A post shared by therock (@therock) on Jul 12, 2017 at 8:55am PDT
That is how you do that, Drumpf! It’s called class!
Ch-ch-check out some of the other presidential posts The Rock has been dropping over the past couple weeks (below):
Great dialogue and hours well spent with this good man. @DerreckKayongo, the CEO of the National Center for Civil & Human Rights. One of the many things we talked about that resonated with me, was something I learned years ago thru trial and error – the idea that the most powerful thing you can be is yourself. Be real. Be you. Thank you brother for being so gracious with your time and passion. See you down the road.A post shared by therock (@therock) on Jul 9, 2017 at 11:46am PDT
Good for the soul. So grateful to spend this time at the Civil and Human Rights Center with my family learning more about my culture and our country’s past. Being here it became so glaring of why true leaders become powerful with positive global influence. It’s that rare ability to not divide the people, but bring them together… as one. ├ó┼ô┼á├░┼╕┬Å┬╛ Feels like we need more poise and less noise from our leaders today. #CivilAndHumanRightsCenter #AtlantaA post shared by therock (@therock) on Jul 9, 2017 at 9:50am PDT
Powerful and emotional day for me and my family at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta, GA. Took a long moment here and closed my eyes while the church hymns played thru the speakers paying respect to these four beautiful little girls who were killed by falling rubble after a bomb exploded at the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama in 1963. Couldn’t help but shed a tear thinking about my own young daughters and how I live to provide for and protect them. It’s how we all feel about our babies. Provide, educate, protect and love. Celebrating our country’s independence I wanted to dig a bit deeper to gain more knowledge/perspective on our history. Really grateful I did. Enjoy your families today. ├░┼╕ΓÇí┬║├░┼╕ΓÇí┬╕A post shared by therock (@therock) on Jul 4, 2017 at 2:09pm PDT
Big Father’s Day smile as I’m leaving the house to go to work and my baby comes running to me saying, “up up” to sit on my shoulders. As busy and complex as my life is, these simple core moments with my ohana will always be my anchor for balance and gratitude. Trying to get her to smile but she’s too fascinated by the “beauty” aka huge circumference of my bald head. #ToFathers ├░┼╕┬ì┬╗A post shared by therock (@therock) on Jun 18, 2017 at 7:18pm PDT
OK, that last one was less “presidential” and more adorable. But what, are we NOT going to include it? Ha!
[Image via Instagram.]