Kevin Sorbo Predicts Anger Surrounding Christmas Holiday Will Be Worse This Year

Michael Morris
By Michael Morris | November 21, 2018 | 10:53 AM EST

Actor Kevin Sorbo (MRC Photo)

In an interview with, well-known conservative actor Kevin Sorbo, recognized for his starring roles on TV shows such as “Hercules: The Legendary Journeys” and “Andromeda” and more recently for his family-friendly, Christian films “Let There Be Light,” “God’s Not Dead” and “Christmas Dreams,” remarked on why he predicted anger surrounding the Christmas holiday will be worse this year.

“Well, I think we’re now, I think we’re more of an agnostic country, more of a secular country now than we’ve ever been, even though the country was founded on Judeo-Christian values,” stated Kevin Sorbo. “And here we are now sort of destroying the culture.”

Kevin Sorbo’s comments stem from a follow up question to the actor’s observation that the dialed up rhetoric in America is being “hyped up” by Democrats and “even more so by the media.” asked Sorbo, “You have predicted that the Christmas holiday is going to be under attack more than ever. What do you mean by that, and why do you think that’s true?”

Juxtaposing how the culture and the liberal media treat Christianity different than other beliefs, Sorbo observed, “It’s okay to protect a religion like the Muslim religion. Don’t say anything bad about that, but you can bash Christians all you want.

The Hercules actor then called to mind an interview with TMZ in 2016, in which Sorbo was asked about President Trump’s immigration policy, among other things. During the brief interview, the TMZ “photog” suggested “extreme Christians are, extreme Muslims are” causing problems with regard to the heightened security for travel in America.

“I had TMZ get in my face recently about that issue,” Sorbo recalled. “And I looked at the guy, and I said, ‘Who’s been causing most of the terrorists acts over the last 40 years? What’s the name of that religion because I can’t think of it? Can you tell me, help me out?’ And he wouldn’t even say what the religion was.

“So, it’s weird to me,” continued Sorbo. “I don’t get it. I think there’s such a fear factor of having some kind of rebuttal gun if you oppose any other religion other than Christianity. Christianity is an open market to be attacked. So, you know, you’re going to see the anger get worse and worse and worse. And it’s sad, and you know, what are you going to do about it except try to, try to get people to see the light a little bit.”

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