Kevin Sorbo, star of the 1990’s series Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, has recently been courting the favor of the stupid part of America.
Sorbo recently starred alongside Willie and Korie Robinson in the almost farcical God’s Not Dead, a movie in which a good idea–a college professor debating religion with a student–is ruined by attempts to demonize atheists and Muslims. God’s Not Dead serves as one giant atheist bash, when it could have served as a catalyst for meaningful discussion on religion. The student spent the entire movie convincing his “atheist” professor, Sorbo, that God isn’t dead–and then in a plot twist that is rather unsurprising given the ‘Christian’ belief that no one is really an atheist, anyway, it turns out that Sorbo’s character isn’t really an atheist, anyway. He’s just mad at God because his mom died.
In Poison Sky, yet another film that caters to conservatives who lack any understanding of the real world, Sorbo plays a Norwegian shipping magnate who sells chemicals to the United States government–yes, for CHEMTRAILS.
The movie will feature footage from Arizona state Senator Kelli Ward’s ridiculous hearing on the tin-foil-hat theory that the United States government is spraying chemicals to alter weather patterns, kill residents, and other dastardly aims.
While Ward’s hearing was entertaining, it only served to legitimize ridiculous claims that the contrails left by aircraft are anything but water vapors.
“There’s plenty of fictional movies that utilize real clips,” Ward said of the film. “They didn’t ask permission to use me in the film, but it was a public meeting. I guess they can use whatever they want.”
At the meeting, residents expressed their idiotic concerns.
“Every time they do chemtrailing there is some dramatic change in the weather. I noticed it this weekend and then it got very windy,” one resident said. “I’m not a scientist and I don’t know what’s in the (chemtrails). I think we have a right to know instead of worry about it every day.”
Another resident said that the “chemtrails” may be “extraterrestrial weapons, chemical, biological, environmental, climate, or tectonic weapons.” Another sagely added, “Really, we are being sprayed like we’re bugs and it’s really not okay.”
One resident offered a “scientific” test for chemtrails: “There’s a simple test you can take with hydrogen peroxide and red wine in your mouth. And when you spit it out, you will see all those nanoparticles collect in the bowl. Every single one of you are affected. Every single one.”
While it is unclear if we will see the masses fervently spraying vinegar at the sky to destroy chemtrails (yes, they really do this), one thing is certain: on the Insane-O-Meter, this movie is sure to rank 5 Palins.
The screenplay for this film was written in 2001, but writer and director Steve Wargo said he encountered budget issues and negative feedback that kept it from going into production. However, with Hercules on his side he’s ready to give it another go.
“What we’re doing is a dramatic film, not a documentary,” Wargo said. “What we hope to convey to the public is doctors dismiss [chemtrails], and the government or whoever is behind this is not being honest. I just want people to look up in the sky and see that it’s not like it used to be.”
Now. watch a crazy person spray vinegar at the sky to destroy “chemclouds” in this satirical take on a very real “theory” and try not to hate humanity:
For more information about the danger chemtrails pose, do some peyote and talk to the squirrel on your shoulder.