If you ask a leftist what’s wrong with America, they’ll likely tell you evangelical Christians.
Seems no matter the issue, the Left blames it on the evangelicals.
And now, this Hollywood actor tried to dunk on evangelicals, but it all got lost in translation.
Recently, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley stated that former President Donald Trump “let us down” and “we shouldn’t have followed him.”
In response to the statement, Hollywood actor Sean Penn took to Twitter to make his opinion heard, and the Tweet is definitely getting a lot of attention. But not for the reasons Penn wants.
In the mostly unintelligible Tweet, Penn stated, “Evangelical leaders should themselves be impeached by the Vatican if they themselves don’t follow Nikki Haley’s lead & clearly state they should not have followed Satin [sic] into the bowels of hell. But, perhaps they are too busy at sex parties.”
While the left-wing, so-called “mainstream” media often focused on the evangelical support for Trump, it is unclear as to why Penn decided to pick on that particular group in response to Haley’s headline-grabbing break from Trump.
But Penn’s message was utterly lost in his execution.
Does he know that evangelical Christians are not associated with the Catholic church?
It doesn’t take a lot of research to understand that evangelicals don’t fall under the spiritual authority of the Vatican.
And should one assume that when he said “Satin” in his Tweet that he actually meant “Satan,” not the fabric used in most comforters?
Not to mention, where was he going with the “sex parties” statement?
There doesn’t appear to be widespread news about evangelical Christians holding sex parties all the time.
Of course, it didn’t take much time for the “Twittersphere” to start roasting the A-list actor.
Conservative commentator Allie B. Stuckey commented, “I don’t know if anyone’s given you a clear explanation of what you got wrong here, but the pope is Catholic, and evangelicals are not, so he has no authority over what they do. That’s one. Two, they can’t be impeached. Three, it’s velvet. Velvet is in hell, not satin.”
Even former Democratic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson commented, saying only, “Uh, Sean?”
And, the whole incident couldn’t pass by without a number of folks chiming in with references to Jeff Spicoli, Penn’s iconic stoner character from Fast Times at Ridgemont High.
One comment read, “I thought when you played Spicoli, it was just a part. Guess not. … When someone asks you a question you don’t know the answer to, feel free to use, ‘I don’t know.’ It’s accurate and true. Ratios, my man, they’ll tell this was a huge swing and a miss. Again.”
What exactly Penn was trying to say in his Tweet is anyone’s guess.
Once again, the Left spews nonsense at evangelical Christians because, of course, they’re TOTALLY to blame for everything. Right, Dude?
Culture Watch News will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.