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Dan Crenshaw shows his Captain America inspired glasses

Chris Evans, known for playing the superhero in the Marvel movies, met up with Rep. Dan Crenshaw on a visit to Washington, and the two seemed to quench it.Crenshaw, representing the Texas 2nd Congressional District, lifted his eye patch to showcase a Captain America-inspired eyeglasses against Evans. In an image published on Twitter on Friday, the eye looks at Captain America's shield, with a five-pointed white star in the middle surrounded by circles."A very cool use of the viban," Evans tweeted back, referring to the almost indestructible fictional metal of Captain America's shield. At his third deployment as US Navy SEAL in 201 2, Crenshaw lost his right eye after being hit by an IED blast in Afghanistan, according to his website. He recovered and was finally used twice before retiring medically in 2016. Crenshaw was not the only lawyer Evans met in Washington. The actor also presented images with Rep. Tim Scott in South Carolina and Sen. Johnny Isakson in Georgia, including members of Congress. "Excellent to meet @ ChrisEvans this morning and talk education, labor development, criminal justice reform and Bipartisanship. Thank goodness, none of us turned to dust at the end," Scott wrote on Twitter. turns out that Evans may have also played some secrets about the upcoming Avengers movie. "Honey to meet you, sir. Thank you for taking the time. And if you repeat the secrets that I told Endgame, Marvel will make sure we both turn to dust," he replied.

Chris Evans, known for playing the superhero in the Marvel movies, met up with Rep. Dan Crenshaw on a visit to Washington, and the two seemed to quench it.

Crenshaw, representing the Texas 2nd Congressional District, lifted his eye patch to showcase a Captain America-inspired eyeglasses against Evans. In an image published on Twitter on Friday, the eye looks at Captain America’s shield, with a five-pointed white star in the middle surrounded by circles.

“A very cool use of the viban,” Evans tweeted back, referring to the almost indestructible fictional metal of Captain America’s shield.

At his third deployment as US Navy SEAL in 201

2, Crenshaw lost his right eye after being hit by an IED blast in Afghanistan, according to his website. He recovered and was finally used twice before retiring medically in 2016.

Crenshaw was not the only lawyer Evans met in Washington. The actor also presented images with Rep. Tim Scott in South Carolina and Sen. Johnny Isakson in Georgia, including members of Congress.

“Excellent to meet @ ChrisEvans this morning and talk education, labor development, criminal justice reform and Bipartisanship. Thank goodness, none of us turned to dust at the end,” Scott wrote on Twitter.

turns out that Evans may have also played some secrets about the upcoming Avengers movie.

“Honey to meet you, sir. Thank you for taking the time. And if you repeat the secrets that I told Endgame, Marvel will make sure we both turn to dust,” he replied.

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