Chris Pratt
Chris Pratt (REUTERS/Hannah McKay)

America is so bitterly divided, even the most benign of posts on social media unleash the ugliest of sentiments.

When Hollywood director Kevin Smith (Clerks) suffered a severe heart attack—one he only survived after making the clutch decision to cancel his second show and see a doctor—mega star Chris Pratt immediately chimed in on Twitter and said he'd be vigorously praying because he very much believes in the power of prayer.

People, who apparently have nothing better to do than dissect and criticize the prayer life of others, immediately decided to let Pratt know they weren't fans of prayer.

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