Kevin Sorbo on Madonna: ‘There was No Rioting by the Right When Obama Won Both Times’

By Mark Judge | January 24, 2017 | 2:08pm EST
Kevin Sorbo (AP Photo)

On January 23, actor Kevin Sorbo took to his Facebook page to criticize the recent Women’s March on Washington – and in particularly one of the speakers at the march, pop star Madonna.

Linking to an article that described Madonna’s speech at the January 21 march, a speech in which the singer said she has “thought an awful lot about blowing up the White House,” Sorbo made the following observation:

But, she is for "peace". Too funny. Sore little losers. There was no rioting by the Right when Obama won both times. Nope. The Right wasn't happy, but still no vandalizing or marches.

Sorbo is the star of “Hercules: The Legendary Journeys” and “God’s Not Dead.”


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