Was Chuck Norris Photographed with Trump Supporters at the US Capitol Riots?

A rep for Chuck Norris told Fox News that the martial artist  actor was not at the Capitol riot last week

Alongside the photo, Bledsoe wrote, "Chuck Norris".

Chuck Norris is giving a roundhouse kick to rumors that he was at the Capitol riot last week. Per the New York Post, five people were killed during the violent riots.

"It wasn't me and I wasn't there".

Another user put the photo through a facial-recognition software and the results came back with a 85% match, which according to the user, means that although the man looks like Norris, he isn't actually him. "Chuck remains on his ranch in Texas where he has been with his family", the representative said in a statement. "I am and always will be for Law and Order", he tweeted.

It has been almost a week since Pro-Trump rioters stormed the United States Capitol Building, and now rumors have spread about one celebrity being in attendance.

Chuck Norris starred as Cordell Walker in'Walker Texas Ranger from 1993 until 2001
Chuck Norris starred as Cordell Walker in'Walker Texas Ranger from 1993 until 2001

He famously backed former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee in his 2008 presidential bid as one half of the "Huck & Chuck" roadshow and blasted President Obama for what he considered working behind the scenes to create a "pro-gay Boy Scouts of America".

In the aftermath of Wednesday's attack on the U.S. Capitol by Trump supporters attempting to block Congress from affirming the outcome of the 2020 election in president-elect Joe Biden's favor, a photo appearing to show Chuck Norris with a Trump supporter started circulating on social media.

The actor and martial artist also took to his own Facebook page to deny that the man in the picture was him.

He is best known for his nine-season run on CBS's Walker, Texas Ranger, but has appeared in dozens of films, including the 1972 Bruce Lee film The Way Of The Dragon.



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