Chris Evans, Sean Hannity Reach Out to Bullied Kid Keaton Jones

Evans wants to bring Jones to the “Avengers” premiere, while Hannity wants to start a scholarship fund

Politically, Chris Evans and Sean Hannity probably don’t agree on anything, but Captain America and the Fox News host are both reaching out to show their support for Keaton Jones, a boy whose tearful speech against bullying went viral this weekend.

In the video, which was posted by Jones’ mother, Kimberly, the boy tearfully asks why kids pick on him by making fun of his nose and telling him he has no friends.

“What’s the point of it?” he wondered aloud. “Why do you find joy in taking innocent people and finding a way to be mean to them? It’s not okay.”

The Tennessee boy then turns his attention to other bullied kids, offering them some words of hope.

“If you are made fun of, just don’t let it bother you,” he said. “Just stay strong, I guess. It’s hard. But…it’ll probably get better one day.”

The video has since been viewed over 17 million times, and various celebrities have reached out to show their support, including Evans and Hannity. Evans tweeted that he wants to invite Jones to the premiere of “Avengers: Infinity War” next spring, while Hannity wants to help start a scholarship fund to help with Jones’ education.

Evans and Hannity are just two of many prominent celebs that want to show their support to Jones and his family. Delanie Walker of the Tennessee Titans invited Jones and his family to an upcoming game, while other celebrities like “Stranger Things” star Millie Bobby Brown gave their own warm words. See more of the support for Jones below.