Jercules is at it again! On tour promoting the DVD release of a movie that seems to exist simply to reinforce Christians’ suspicion that atheists are just mad at the big man upstairs, God’s Not Dead, Kevin Sorbo has once again made all Christians look awful by association with more anti-semitic remarks.
Between his “News Bulletin” for Jewish people — “You did kill Jesus!” — and his characterization of Ferguson protesters as “animals” and “losers,” it’s hard to imagine Kevin Sorbo being any more awful of a person. Unfortunately, the washed-up, one-note former star of a surprisingly popular low-budget television drama summoned the power of the gods for yet another superhuman feat of dumbf*ckery.
In his latest anti-Semitic rant during an interview with conservative radio host Peter Heck, Sorbo complained about “Jews” in Hollywood, as if we haven’t heard that line enough. According to Sorbo, more Christian movies are not made because of those dratted Jews who control the movie industry.
“You always hear that the language of Hollywood is money, and yet there’s something that doesn’t compute, and that’s one of the reasons I wanted to talk to you because, man, you’ve hammered home this idea of an agenda that’s out there,” Heck said.
The two agreed that the “Noah” film was “embarrassing” and “inaccurate” because the plot of the film differs from that of the book slightly. “My wife called it ‘Transformers’ meets ‘Waterworld,’” Sorbo said. “It was such a strange movie.”
[We feel ya, Herc. Look what happened to Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.]
At this point the star of an upcoming movie pushing ridiculous chemtrail conspiracy theories decided that it was time to bash atheists before he got to the “Jew problem.”
The pair whined that the movie, which broke film mores by actually being better than the print version of the story, was directed by an atheist. Sorbo’s solution, of course, was open discrimination against atheists.
“I think next time when they want to do a, you know, character in the Bible, hire at least an agnostic and not an atheist to direct it,” Sorbo said. “I mean, the director is a self-proclaimed atheist.”
As with all completely nonsensical arguments, the blame ultimately lies with the Jews. Seriously, it’s true — Just ask Hitler!
“I sort of understand how they never want to deal with the New Testament in Hollywood, because it’s pretty much, you know, run by the world of the, um, Jewish population,” Sorbo chortled. “At the same time, at least get someone that has, you know, believes that the potential is there, that it could be a real story.”
Try not to throw things at your computer screen as you listen for yourself.