Another Hollywood actor has found the courage to speak out against the current climate and ‘Christian bigotry’ that is happening in Hollywood, America, and worldwide. Jim Caviezel, the star of the “Passion of the Christ,” was out promoting his new movie when he had some interesting things to say about Joe Biden, Disney, and the LGBTQ agenda.
The 54-year-old star was on a podcast recently talking about his new film, “Sound of Freedom.” The movie, which he describes as a“rejection of what they are doing to our Christian culture right now,” is the true story of a federal agent that quit his job to rescue a young girl from sex slavery in South Africa. It is produced by the same faith-based studio that is responsible for the television show “The Chosen.”
This type of programming flies directly in the face of mainstream Hollywood but is gaining more and more traction with viewers seeking faith-based, non-woke entertainment options. Audiences are taking notice.
Caviezel spoke out about ‘Christian bigotry‘: “Christian bigotry is the most accepted form of bigotry, right now, in the world. And they are okay with that. Well, not anymore. That’s done.”
Christians seem to be the only group of people that aren’t protected from open discrimination. Caviezel compares that to the LGBTQ movement: “You want to put a rainbow flag on Mickey Mouse? That’s fine. I never asked them to put a Star of David, or a Crucifix, or a cross on Mickey’s ears. Why are you doing that? Why are you putting the rainbow flag above the President of the United States? Above the United States flag? Absolutely appalling.”
The ‘Person of Interest’ star is, of course, referring to the alleged violation of the US Flag Code by the Biden Administration earlier this month. The code requires the United States flag to be at the center of any display. During the Pride event on the White House lawn, two American flags flanked a pride flag on the White House. Democrats predictably tried to spin the obvious violation, but people took notice.
Caviezel also had strong words for the anti-Catholic nun group that was honored before tens of fans at a Los Angeles Dodgers game recently: “The big thing right now, the LGBTQ, all of that, when you are talking about grooming our children and the T part, is connected to the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, what monastery did you go to? Are you really nuns? Where are the reporters asking these people these questions?”
The Dodgers flip-flopped on the inclusion of the “Sisters” in the event, eventually bowing a knee to the pressure from the fringe group. However, the backlash was massive, as there were far more protesters outside the stadium than there were fans inside. The inevitable distraction led to the team suffering their worst home series in decades.
Caviezel pointed out the obvious reason for the backlash, noting some of the “sisters” past shenanigans: “You just used a Crucifix as a strip pole of Jesus. That’s so blasphemous. Would you do that with a Jewish Rabbi coming down a Menorah?”
History has shown a consistent pattern in the persecution of Christians. What we are seeing now is another uptick in that cycle. However, this time, Christians are fighting back. Credit to Jim Caviezel for being brave enough to stand up for his God and his values.
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