Jennifer Lawrence
Jennifer Lawrence said the hurricanes are Mother Nature’s "rage and wrath" in response to Donald Trump being elected. Above, she is pictured Sept. 6, 2017 in London. Getty Images

“Mother!” actress Jennifer Lawrence essentially said Thursday the hurricanes Irma and Jose were caused by President Donald Trump being elected into office. J-Law was in the middle of promoting her new movie when she insinuated Mother Nature was unleashing her wrath as a visceral response to Trump being president of the United States.

The conversation started innocuous enough, with the interviewing reminding Lawrence that director Darren Araonofsky said he made a dark film because it was a “mad time to be alive.”

“It’s scary,” Lawrence told Channel 4, a British public service television network. “You know, it’s this new language that’s forming, I don’t even recognize it. It’s also scary to know, that climate change is due to human activity, and we continue to ignore it, and the only voice that we really have is through voting .”

The interviewer seemingly prodded J-Law, reminding her that American recently had an election. “And we voted, and it was really startling,” Lawrence added. Next, she implied the hurricanes were “Mother Nature's rage and wrath” at her country for Trump.

“You know you’re watching these hurricanes now, and it’s really hard especially while promoting this movie, not to feel Mother Nature’s rage and wrath,” she said.

J-Law finds the division in the United States unsettling. “Yeah, it’s really polarizing and upsetting. You know I’ve heard things and seen things on T.V. in my own country that devastate me and make me sick, and it’s just really confusing,” she stated.

While she’s not a fan of Trump, she’s not confused by him or his actions. “I don’t find him confusing. I think I know exactly what he is,” she told the reporter with a smirk.

Trump was slammed by Twitter users Friday after he essentially said the federal government would help take care of Americans effected by Hurricane Irma. Instead of writing out federal government, though, he only wrote “Federal G.”

“Hurricane Irma is of epic proportion, perhaps bigger than we have ever seen. Be safe and get out of its way,if possible. Federal G is ready!” he wrote. “Our incredible U.S. Coast Guard saved more than 15,000 lives last week with Harvey. Irma could be even tougher. We love our Coast Guard!”

Trump’s strange tweets aside, Florida Gov. Rick Scott urged residents in evacuation zones to leave while they still had the chance. If they didn’t flee in time, responders wouldn’t be able to help them once Irma hit.

“We cannot save you when the storm starts,” Scott said in a press conference Thursday. “So, if you are in an evacuation zone and you need help, you need to tell us now.”

Irma is a Category 4 storm with winds up to 155 mph. The hurricane is apparently bigger than the country of France.

Irma is not a storm to be taken lightly. “This is not a Category 1. This is not one to ride out and say, 'Oh, it's just a blow, we'll be fine.' No. If you're in the Keys, you need to go. This isn't an ‘always fine’ kind of storm,” CNN meteorologist Chad Myers cautioned.

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