Candace Owens, the Communications Director for Turning Point USA, issued a challenge to Avengers 4 star and Captain America actor Chris Evans after he expressed “racist sentiments.”

After Kanye West appeared on Saturday Night Live wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat, the superstar musician would follow it up by stating the hat and slogan “represents good and America becoming whole again.” He would go on to praise President Trump’s recent trade agreements with Mexico and Canada before making a call for prison reform by ending Constitutionally approved slavery as a punishment for those who are convicted of a crime.

Evans would insult Kanye by calling him someone “who doesn’t know history, doesn’t read books, and frames their myopia as virtue.” He would then go on to call Kanye’s opinions as “retrogressive, unprecedented and absolutely terrifying.”

While Evans decided to attack Kanye West, he praised Matt Damon’s appearance on Saturday Night Live. The actor played a spoof of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

Owens doubled down on the offer while once again calling out Evans saying that he “just basically called Kanye a ‘dumb n*****’ and he shouldn’t get away with it!” She would even describe Evans as “Captain Out of Touch With America.”

She would then go a step further stating, “I take great issue with liberals insinuating that blacks that don’t agree with them are no-history-knowing, no-book-reading, dummies.”

Evans has not answered Owens’ challenge for a debate, and it doesn’t appear like he will.

Do you think Chris Evans’ statement on Kanye West was racist? Do you agree with Candace Owens? Could it affect ticket sales for Avengers 4? Should Evans debate Candance Owens?

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