San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer slammed claims from actor Orlando Bloom that he “fled” a Comedian-Con occasion due to its immigration theme.
On Friday, Bloom, 42, alleged throughout a “Carnival Row” panel at San Diego Comedian-Con that Faulconer, 52, left an Amazon Prime interactive exhibition after being given an “identification card” as that of “a mythological scrappy immigrant attempting to make it in an oppressive new land.”
Bloom alleged that Faulconer responded, “Oh no – I can’t have something to do with immigration” and ran out of the room, in response to Selection.
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Nevertheless, the Mayor’s workplace vehemently denied Bloom’s assertions.
“The Mayor by no means even went contained in the activation for this present as there was a wait,” Faulconer’s workplace instructed the outlet in an announcement.
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“He continued to tour the world and noticed activations for different Amazon studio exhibits. “Mayor Faulconer has a robust document on immigration, together with working with nonprofits and native businesses to offer shelter to migrant households, and advocating for complete immigration reform.”
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Faulconer did get pleasure from different exhibitions at SDCC, together with “Seinfeld” and “Brooklyn 9-9” themed activations.