Xena: Warrior Princess entertainer Lucy Lawless pounds her former co-star Kevin Sorbo for supporting the edgy case that it was “liberal formers” who broke into the US Legislative Hall on Wednesday.
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Sorbo, who played the nominal saint on Hercules: The Legendary Journeys and repeated the job on his side project Xena, cited a paranoid notion that leftist development Antifa was really responsible for the penetration, not for allies of President Donald Trump. The tweet, intensified by Sorbo, contained a photo of agitators, which was tagged as controlled media by Twitter. “Do these look like Trump allies?” the tweet from Rogan O’Handley said. “Or then again left formers, who are disguised as Trump allies …”
Sorbo, a blunt ally of Trump, hinted at the equivalent, saying, “They don’t look like nationalists to me …” However, there was no evidence that antifa activists mattered to the crowd raging the Capitol, such as of Reality checkers from The New York Times, PolitiFact, BuzzFeed News, Snopes, and various sources indicated. Lawless sneered at Sorbo before beating him up for contributing to the subject.
“No, peanut. You are not a patriot. They are your flying monkeys, local psychological fighters, QAnon entertainers, ”she responded. She also called them showers that go out and make the wise sacrifice of socialmediagossips like him who love to wrap them like toys and let them do their most flashy horrific things. Lawless played the nominally brave woman in Xena, which ran from 1995 to 2001. She and Sorbo have appeared in each other’s shows and in TV movies, but it doesn’t look like they’ll be working together again at any point in the near future.