Over the last few days, President Donald Trump shut off the White House lights and hid in a bunker while protests erupted in Washington D.C., only to later emerge and have peaceful protesters tear-gassed so they would make room for a photo opportunity in front a church. The president's tweets and speeches have caused many to fear that he's implementing excessive and unnecessary military force on American citizens, while also calling for civilians to arm themselves against their neighbors. Former presidents Barack Obama, Jimmy Carter, and George W. Bush have issued statements about George Floyd, the protests, and-or the Black Lives Matter movement, but for Dwyane Johnson, he's still wondering where America's "compassionate leader" is.

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The Rock shared a video on Wednesday (June 3) where he gave a moving declaration about the United States needing a leader to help its frustrated and hurt citizens. "Where are you? Our country is crippled and on its knees, begging to be heard and pleading for change," the actor penned in the caption. "Where is our compassionate leader? The leader who unifies and inspires our country at our most painful time when we need it the most. The leader who steps up and takes full accountability for our country and embraces every color in it. The leader who picks our country up off its knees and says you have my word - we got this - and together, change will happen."

"Where are you? Because we’re all here," he continued. "Maybe one day that galvanizing leader will emerge. Either way, the process to change has already begun." Watch Dwayne Johnson give his moving message to, and about, the president below.