ByGage Watson, writer at
Gage Watson

A lot of people have a very deep misunderstanding of this man now.

I'm talking, of course, about Seth Rogen, the tweets of whom have become hateful, if you believe the mainstream media.

I heard on the news earlier that Seth Rogen's comments were, "Compared to nazi-propaganda." No such things were said by Seth. As you know, the actual comments by Seth can be seen on Twitter. But I'll put them on here for your convenience.

Seth Rogen- (Original Tweet) -"American Sniper kind of reminds me of the movie that's showing in the third act of Inglorious Basterds."

1:05 PM - 18 Jan 2015

Seth Rogen - (The next day, after the backlash) - "I wasn't comparing the two. Big difference between comparing and reminding. Apples remind me of oranges. Can't compare them, though."

4:59 PM - 19 Jan 2015

And his follow-up - "But if you were having a slow news day, you're welcome for me giving you the opportunity to blow something completely out of proportion."

5:00 PM - 19 Jan 2015

To me this seems like an apology for something that was took out of context from the original intent of the words. Also a lot of people are thinking that he and Michael Moore believe the same things. My mothers boyfriend earlier claimed that Seth Rogen had called snipers, "Cowards," but that was Michaels comment, not Seth's. Please help let people know that Seth Rogen is not a hater (lol), and that he was simply trying to relate the movie to a comedy, as he is so apt at doing so. Hate me all you want, I just tell it how I see it.


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