Chris Pratt continues to break ranks with the Hollywood elite by honoring the fallen on Memorial Day.
Pratt paid tribute to fallen American servicemen and women with an Instagram post accompanied by a lengthy caption on Monday.
Pratt has been a constant target of Hollywood liberals for his Christian values and upholding of the American way of life.
"I saw these images on @timkennedymmafeed," the "Parks And Recreation" actor wrote. "Please, look at each one. Pause, give them your consideration." The pictures were of veterans and gold star families at the graves of fallen soldiers.
"America's exceptional armed forces have altered the course of the world for the better. From the Union Army defeating slave owning confederates, to the Greatest Generation and her Allies vanquishing the Nazis or our special operators hunting down the perpetrators of 9/11," he continued. "We count the names of each fallen solider lest they be countless. They are the good guys. They run to the sound of gunfire. They know pain and suffering we never will. They have given us the most free and decent society planet earth has ever seen. We run the risk of losing that decency when we fail to instill gratitude in the minds of our youth or the perspective of what it actually means to be free- should they never learn of the selfless sacrifice of our armed service members in the face of oppressive evil. So join me in showing support for our fallen. Take a quiet moment to really consider the sacrifice."
"And if you use the comments section on posts like this to b— and moan about America please understand there are countries in the world where criticizing your government will get you killed or imprisoned," he emphasized. "Criticism is a right and necessity in amending the flawed systems of man. So by all means, let your voice be heard. But never forget your right to free expression is paid for in blood. May God give their souls rest, and may they live in our memories this weekend and always."
Pratt has been especially targeted since he sat out a pro-Joe Biden campaign event with the "Avengers" cast entitled, "Voters Assemble: The Cast of The Avengers Unite for Democracy." Pratt has also been accused of attending a church that is hateful towards members of the LGBTQ community. In response Pratt wrote on social media, " I go to a church that opens their doors to absolutely everyone."