The Rock confronted with a vile message about his young daughter as payback for political stand: ‘who talks like this to a father?’

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s decision on the 2024 presidential election drew more than mere backlash as one leftist dragged the entertainer’s daughter into the fray with a vile hypothetical.

Whether meant sincerely or in jest, NBA great Michael Jordan’s oft-quoted line that “Republicans buy sneakers too” could well explain the blockbuster star’s recent turnabout when it came to sounding off on politics.

Unfortunately for Johnson, much like how bending a knee to the rage mob never added a victory to the win column, even a short-lived wade in the cesspool of leftist politics came with an unmistakable and unescapable odor.

Enter author and former HuffPost contributor Kimberly Johnson, of no known relation, who shared a clip of the entertainer’s recent interview with Fox News host Will Cain where he expressed he wouldn’t be publicly endorsing a candidate in the 2024 race for the White House after backing now-President Joe Biden in 2020.

“So, @TheRock, what will you tell your daughter if [former President Donald] Trump wins she is raped and forced to carry the pregnancy to term?” offered the social media post cranking up the hyperbole. “Will you say, ‘Well, honey, I just couldn’t use my massive influence to endorse the only candidate who would have protected you,’?”

The wrestler-turned-actor had told Cain about his decision against endorsing, “What I also realized, what that caused back then was something that tears me up in my guts back then and now, which is division. That got me.”

He went on to add on his effort toward unity, “In the spirit of that, there’s gonna be no endorsement, not that I’m afraid of it at all. It’s just I realize, this level of influence, I will keep my politics to myself.”

Of course, Democratic politicians, including Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris have ramped up the rhetoric on “reproductive rights” despite widespread, bipartisan support for exceptions to abortion bans in the cases of rape, incest and a threat to the life of the mother. But the author was slammed for her extreme “emotional blackmail” that glossed over the near-and-present dangers to women under the current administration where soft-on-crime policies had allowed violent criminals to thrive.

“‘Vote for Biden so your daughter doesn’t have a rape baby’ is the best emotional blackmail comment I’ve ever seen…” said one user while another brought up pathogens entering the country thanks to the open border crisis.

In late 2023, The Rock joined “The Joe Rogan Experience” where he admitted when pressed that while he has friends who support Trump, he doesn’t have friends who support Biden, “I have friends who are loyal to the party.”

Their conversation had included Rogan remarking, “When I was a kid, you could have a Republican friend. Like it was no big deal. It’s no big deal. Like, ‘Oh, Bobby likes George Bush.’ Who cares? Who gives a f*ck? You know, you were a supporter of Bill Clinton. He likes George Bush. Nobody cared. Nobody like, ‘F*ck you.’ It wasn’t like, ‘You’re a Nazi.’ ‘I’m a Nazi? I just want lower taxes.'”

The actor added, “What the f*ck are you talking about? How did I become a Nazi, you know?”

Sure enough, that was the avenue the author took Saturday after facing backlash for her extreme hypothetical on X.

“Hi anonymous cowardly troll nazis. F*ck [all] the way off,” wrote Johnson with a smiling face emoticon.

Kevin Haggerty


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