Sorbo, who recently starred in the comedy “God’s Not Deαd”, added his two cents about the Ferguson protests by laying all the blame on the shoulders of protesters:
Ferguson riots have very little to do with the shooting of the young man. It is an excuse to be the losers these animals truly are. It is a tipping point to frustration built up over years of not trying, but blaming everyone else, The Man, for their failures. It’s always someone else’s fault when you give up. Hopefully this is a reminder to the African Americans ( I always thought we just Americans. Oh, well.) that their President the voted in has only made things worse for them, not better.
As you see, at no point did Sorbo offer any sympathy to Michael Brown’s family. The actor just took this as an opportunity to criticize blacks who’ve been protesting since the unarmed teen was gunned down.
Sorbo then quoted an article from the Jewish World Review that maligns both Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown’s mothers: “Those with open minds would question why the mothers of these so-called martyrs (Michael Brown, Trayvon Martin) are hogging the media airwaves when they were not even around their grown children’s lives at the time of their deαths.”
Sorbo now says he’s sorry for calling the protesters animals, but did not back away from the rest of his criticism.