The white and black supremacists and the Southern secessionists refused to offer any sort of opinion, brushing Taete off with a curt "no comment" (though the National Socialist Freedom Movement did agree to defend Lawrence if she were ever attacked by a "flashmob of nig-nogs.")
The Westboro Baptist Church, however, never ones to shy away form hating someone, did agree to go on-record with an official statement about Jennifer Lawrence.
"I think that most of the young people in our church saw Hunger Games. And I think they all liked that," said WBC rep Steve Drain. "She just kinda bursted (sic) onto the scene, didn't she? She doesn't have a very long film career, does she?"
Taete reminded Drain that Lawrence was also "nominated for some awards" for Winter's Bone, to which Drain gushed: "Oh! That's her? Winter's Bone rocked! That was a great flick. I like Winter's Bone quite a bit. I think she did a very nice job there. Yep."
Okay, so it's not exactly canonization, but with the WBC that's about as close as anyone is going to get.