Actor Chuck Norris denies attending pro-Trump rally, says viral photo was of a look-alike

Actor Chuck Norris denies attending pro-Trump rally, says viral photo was of a look-alike

- A picture of a man posing for a selfie with another resembling the veteran film star trended on social media

- The star and his management refuted claims that he attended the violent rally in Washington DC

- His fans complimented him for standing his ground on law and order and clearing his name

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The Walker Texas Ranger actor Chuck Norris found himself in the middle of a controversy after a viral photo of someone looking like him attending the violent pro-Trump rally in the United States capitol emerged.

Actor Chuck Norris denies being at pro-Trump rally, says viral photo was a look-alike

Veteran film star Chuck Norris has a doppelganger who was spotted during the recent US insurrection. Photo credit: Gilbert Carrasquillo / Getty Images file
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Following allegations that he was part of the rowdy group that invaded Washington DC, the veteran actor denounced the claims through a post on his Twitter account saying:

''I recently learned there was a Chuck Norris lookalike at the DC Capitol riots. It wasn’t me and I wasn’t there. There is no room for violence of any kind in our society. I am and always will be for law and order. Your friend, Chuck Norris.''
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His representative also refuted claims that were doing rounds on social media.

Through a statement sent to NBC, the star's representative said:

"This is not Chuck Norris and is a wannabe look-alike, although Chuck is much more handsome".

Someone posted on Twitter a photo showing a demonstrator posing for a selfie with a man resembling the action star.

The rally was organised by President Donald Trump supporters who were opposing the US presidential election results.

Loyal fans of the legendary actor commented on his post with some questioning why someone would assume that the actor would stoop that low.

@ivanpecerohdz said:

''Chuck Norris has two legs. Left called law and right called order.''

@kadyM98542283 opined:

''If Chuck was actually there, not a single person would have gotten by him and into the Capitol.''


''You’ll always be Walker Texas Ranger. I definitely didn’t think you’d have anything to do with that lunacy.''
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@wordaholic said:

I appreciate that. And maybe it‘d be a good idea to perform a speech like Arnie did, because I‘m sure that action heroes are the few ones that might be heard by the „revolutionists“. I really think that could help. For America, for the world, and for peace. previously reported that news of Donald Trump's impeachment has been making headlines across the globe and dominating the conversations on social media.

Even A-list celebrities couldn't help but react and took to their social media platforms to share thoughts and feelings about the first president to ever be impeached twice.

Chrissy Teigen and Cardi B, both longtime Trump critics, posted their reactions. Jesse Tyler Ferguson from Modern Family mocked the outgoing president along with comedian Billy Eichner.

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