It sounds like Hercules woke up on the wrong side of the bed!
Kevin Sorbo recently appeared on Fox and Friends and didn’t have anything nice to say about the U.S. Government or Hollywood.
Things began innocently enough as he hands each host a gift bag and talks about his relationship with evangelist Billy Graham. But the interview takes a nasty turn when they begin to talk about citizens on welfare.
Hercules starts by asking the hosts “What do we got, like 100 million people living off of the government now?” He goes on to say “Things aren’t going that great right now. I think that’s obvious to most people.”
Ch-ch-check out the video of
Debbie Downer's Kevin's interview on Fox News (above)!
He then turns his attention onto Hollywood, referring to himself as “one of the true independent voices” in the business and claims the industry is filled with “some of the least tolerant people you’ll ever meet.”
Geez! Having a different opinion is one thing but this just sounds bitter!
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Billy Graham could use all your prayers!
The popular evangelist, who has advised numerous presidents spirituality, is in a North Carolina hospital and being treated for possible pneumonia.
Fortunately, the 93-year-old was reported to have been alert and in good spirits upon his admission into Mission Hospital on Wednesday. Hospital officials released a statement on his behalf, saying:
"While no date has been set for discharge, Mr. Graham is looking forward to returning home to spend the upcoming Christmas holidays with his family."
We're pulling for you to get better real quick and be home for the holidays, Billy!
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Celebrity preacher Billy Graham, 92, is being hospitalized in Asheville, North Carolina to receive treatment for pneumonia.
It is unknown how long he will have to stay.
Said aid Dr Shaw Henderson the hospital in a statement:
“Appropriate antibiotics are being administered, and he is clinically stable at this time.”
Graham is expected to make a recovery and be home soon.
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