Going against the liberal narrative in Hollywood can be dangerous for one’s career. But veteran actor Kevin Sorbo doesn’t seem to care.
Sorbo went on his Facebook page Saturday to write about about the recent Democratic National Convention and its relationship with the Black Lives Matter movement.
Sorbo was upset, and confused, that one of the headliners at the DNC was the mother of Michael Brown, who was killed in Ferguson, Mo., after he assaulted a police officer. The BLM movement essentially sprung up from Brown’s killing, and the phrase “hands up, don’t shoot” was born.
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But as time went by, the narrative that Brown was innocent and had his hands up before he was shot was determined to be false. Still, the BLM movement persisted contrary to what the grand jury and Department of Justice decided.
“Within a few weeks of the ‘hands up, don’t shoot’ narrative being broadcast as fact from every media outlet, we saw the video of the ‘gentle giant’ (Brown) robbing a store and roughing up the clerk shortly before his encounter with Officer Wilson,” Sorbo said. “This was followed by extensive investigations by both a grand jury and a Department of Justice led by the most racist, anti-police attorney general we’ve ever had, Eric Holder. But even Holder’s Justice Department had to concede the whole ‘hands up don’t shoot’ story was a bald-faced lie.”
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The star of the TV series Hercules also mentioned that shooting deaths of law enforcement were up 78 percent so far — something he blamed on the rhetoric of BLM — and that being a police officer was far from easy, especially in high-crime neighborhoods where they are trying to prevent innocents from being gunned down by gangs.
“And it would be a lot easier without a group — officially supported by the Democrats — leading marches down city streets, chanting, ‘What do we want? DEAD COPS! When do we want it? NOW!'”
Sorbo concluded his post by pointing out the hypocrisy of the media, which constantly asks Donald Trump to disavow David Duke, even though the two have never met. “But Hillary invites to her convention the mother of a man whose criminality destroyed a police officer’s life, tore the country apart and gave birth to a murderous cop-hating movement. Will a single reporter ask Hillary to disavow that?”
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