Lavagirl actress Taylor Dooley has liked pro-Trump and QAnon conspiracy tweets

19 November 2020, 11:59 | Updated: 19 November 2020, 17:25

Jazmin Duribe

By Jazmin Duribe

Taylor will play Lavagirl in The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl sequel, We Can Be Heroes.

Lavagirl actress Taylor Dooley has been caught liking pro-Trump and QAnon conspiracy tweets, angering her fanbase.

Taylor will soon reprise her role in the upcoming The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl sequel, We Can Be Heroes. On Wednesday (Nov 18), Netflix released the first photos of the movie, which will no longer feature Taylor Lautner, much to the disappointment of fans. The interest in the upcoming sequel has put the spotlight on Taylor's Twitter activity and, yeah, it's a mess.

In screenshots captured by Daily Dot, Taylor appears to have liked various tweets in support of US President Donald Trump. One tweet read: "Will you please pray for President Trump? He needs us now more than ever." Whilst another said: "This is the man that is fighting for good and fighting for us. We need to continue to pray and fight! 88 day to go."

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Lavagirl actress Taylor Dooley has liked pro-Trump and QAnon conspiracy tweets.
Lavagirl actress Taylor Dooley has liked pro-Trump and QAnon conspiracy tweets. Picture: Netflix, @taydools via Instagram

She has also liked pro-police "Back the Blue" tweets and a post from Trump's campaign team, which claimed that Ivanka Trump and the President are "fully committed to ending human trafficking once and for all".

Fans have called the actress out for her seemingly right-wing political views and she now appears to have unliked tweets supporting Trump. However, Taylor also seems to believe in far-right QAnon conspiracy, which alleges that Democratic Satan-worshiping pedophiles are running a global sex-trafficking ring that Trump is currently fighting.

Taylor liked tweets about a popular QAnon conspiracy that John F. Kennedy Jr is alive, a Trump supporter and he's been hiding in Pennsylvania, ready to emerge at a Trump 2020 rally (he actually died in 1999 and obviously didn't turn up...) Other liked tweets that appear to have been unliked since the fan backlash include pro-Trump videos from actor Jon Voight.

Taylor hasn't confirmed if she is actually a Trump supporter or addressed her liked tweets, but we'll update you if she does.