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‘Hercules’ actor Kevin Sorbo is unashamedly pro-life: ‘Never forget the babies slaughtered’ by abortion’

by | Dec 6, 2017

By Becky Yeh

As one of the boldest pro-life voices in Hollywood, actor Kevin Sorbo is not afraid to speak out against abortion.

Sorbo, known primarily for his role as the title character in Hercules and as Captain Dylan Hunt in Andromeda, has been a longtime pro-life advocate and speaker. Sorbo, who also starred as the atheist philosophy professor opposite Christian student Josh Wheaton, played by Shane Harper, in the film God’s Not Dead, just released his latest film Let There Be Light.

After the release of undercover videos showing Planned Parenthood executives discussing harvesting the body parts of aborted children, Sorbo wrote that the tapes “ought to make you sick.”

“Watching that horrible woman sell aborted baby parts like she was working in an auto store,” Sorbo said. In another post, he added: “How is this not disgusting to the vast majority out there that value human life?!!”

In 2014, Sorbo promoted a campaign to raise funds for the film Gosnell, which reveals the gruesome chop shop practices inside abortionist Kermit Gosnell’s Philadelphia “House of Horrors.” Sorbo’s campaign was covered by mainstream media outlets and pro-life groups alike.

”Even the pro-choicers would look at this and say, ‘No, this isn’t right,’” Sorbo said. “This is something that my wife and I are behind because we believe in this project. It’s long overdue for this story to be told, and it wasn’t covered by the media nearly as much as some of the other murder cases were.”

Sorbo said Hollywood and the media’s blackout on the Gosnell case has kept these crimes hidden from the public eye, which is why Americans must see the film.

“Kermit Gosnell is America’s most prolific serial killer,” Sorbo said. “For more than three decades he was an abortion doctor in Philadelphia, where he delivered live, viable babies, who cried and fought for their life before he murdered them by severing their spinal cords with a scissors. He called it snipping. It’s the crime of the century, but most of the media and Hollywood have ignored the story.”

Editor’s note. This appeared at LiveActionNews  and is reposted with permission.