‘Hercules’ Actor Suddenly Becomes Hottest Read On Twitter

Sometimes, someone comes along with a great take on politics, even though that’s not their profession. Mike Rowe, the host of the great show “Dirty Jobs,” is a perfect example.

And so, it turns out, is Kevin Sorbo.

Sorbo starred in the 1990s in a slew of  “Hercules” TV movies, then acted in more than 100 episodes of “Andromeda.” More recently, he co-starred in the 2014 film “God’s Not Dead,” a Christian film in which he played an atheist college professor who required his students to disown their religions on the first day of his class. And in 2017, he directed and starred in the film “Let There Be Light.”

 

Sorbo has been on fire on Twitter lately, succinctly summing up seemingly complex political situations with clear and crisp insight.

Like this post on Twitter: “Not one feminist has defended Sarah Sanders. It seems women’s rights only matter if those women are liberal.”

He added a brief comment on a post by former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee.

He’s also very funny. “Bernie Sanders walks into a bar and yells, ‘Free drinks for everyone!’ Cheers all around! Then Bernie says, ‘Who’s buying?’ “


And Sorbo started trending hard on the social media site after a string of insightful tweets.

“If women are upset at Trump’s naughty words, who in the hell bought 80 million copies of 50 Shades of Gray?” the actor wrote on Sunday.

Then Sorbo moved on to illegal immigration.

“68 people were killed in mass shootings in 2018. Did you know that about 2000 were killed by illegal aliens? Just saying. Build the wall. #BuildTheWall #BuildThatWall.”

And Sorbo commented on abortion, too.

“A party that supports abortion over Life, illegals aliens over its citizens, and refugees over its veterans is going to lecture me on morals. Don’t think so,” he wrote.

Sorbo also jabbed former FBI Director James Comey. “Jim Comey answered ‘I don’t know,’ ‘I don’t recall,’ and ‘I don’t remember’ 236 times while under oath. But Remembered enough to write a book …..” he wrote.

Zing!

 

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