Director Joss Whedon Calls U.S. the ‘Worst Country’ in Response to Native Americans Getting Tear-Gassed for Protesting Pipeline 

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This week, Joss Whedon, the director behind hits like Avengers and Avengers: Age of Ultron, has taken to Twitter to voice his thoughts and concerns following the heated election. But today the beloved filmmaker took it a step further, calling America the “worst country” along with a retweet concerning Native Americans getting tear-gassed while protesting the installation of the Dakota Access Pipeline.

“Boy history is repeating itself all OVER this land. We win Worst Country,” he wrote.

According to the Huffington Post article Whedon is referencing, roughly 300 Native Americans and supporters were injured in a single clash with law enforcement over the weekend. They were not only attacked with tear gas, they were shot with rubber bullets and water cannons in subfreezing temperatures. The Sioux Nation is protesting the pipeline because it would desecrate sacred ground and could potentially pollute their water.

Also, yesterday Whedon, known for supporting Democrats, also shared a tweet encouraging his followers to demand a recount now that experts have shared that Hillary Clinton won the popular vote by over two million votes, despite losing in the electoral college.

He has also joined the chorus of progressives now convinced that vote fraud was perpetrated by Donald Trump’s campaign.

It’s safe to say the nation isn’t exactly coming together since Trump claimed the White House.