Hollywood Star Kevin Sorbo Goes Off in Epic Rant on Ferguson Rioters and the Media
Millions remember actor Kevin Sorbo as Hercules from the 1990s TV show but many may not know that he is a conservative. The actor’s latest foray into the world of social commentary is an epic rant about the Ferguson rioters and the media. You’ll love this.
Sorbo posted his opinion on Facebook saying:
“Ferguson riots have very little to do with the shooting of the young man. It is an excuse to be the losers these animals truly are. It is a tipping point to frustration built up over years of not trying, but blaming everyone else, The Man, for their failures. It’s always someone else’s fault when you give up.”
He also posted…
“One of the Ferguson looters, DeAndre Smith, was interviewed by the Washington Post fresh from looting a QuikTrip and said: “I’m proud of us. We deserve this, and this is what’s supposed to happen when there’s injustice in your community.” Want the riots to end in Ferguson? Ban the media who are nothing more than agitators promoting the circus environment and inciting outsiders to join in the frenzy”
Naturally the race baiters attacked him for his post. So he followed up with this clarification:
Okay….I stand humiliated and humbled. My most sincere apologies for my post on the events in Ferguson. I posted out of frustration and anger over the violence and looting. My words were never meant to hurt the African-American community. My use of the word “losers’ was directed at those doing the looting and vandalising and violence toward others. Anyone who does that is a loser in my book. So I will not apologise to those who are looting stores and vandalising there own community. I am very sorry for the police shooting. To answer violence with violence is not the answer here. Real leaders need to emerge out of that community to deal with the problems with the excessive use of police force. I agree with you that the police action has only added to the reaction of the residents of Ferguson. Yes. I am an idiot and do hold myself accountable for the way my post came off.
What do you think, RightWingNewsers? Is he right?
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