Hollywood activist and communist sympathizer Sean Penn raised eyebrows Friday night when he attempted to sound off against Christians who support former President Donald Trump, but instead demonstrated a curious understanding of some fundamental aspects of the faith.
Penn appeared to be referencing former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley's recent criticism of Trump, in which she intimated that the former president's influence over the Republican Party would soon wane.
But it was Penn's confusion over the historic split between Protestants and Catholics, the nature of impeachment, the spelling of Satan, and the denunciation of "sex parties" by a secular entertainer from Hollywood that left people asking questions.
Besides Penn's theological error, others were quick to note that the actor has a long history of socializing with morally-compromised individuals, including notorious drug lord El-Chapo and communist tyrant Hugo Chavez.