Christian actor Kevin Sorbo gets deleted by Facebook, calls big tech censorship a “digital assassination”

by Jenny Mount · Feb 16th, 2021 2:38 pm

Last Updated Feb 17th, 2021 at 6:39 pm

Christian actor Kevin Sorbo has claimed that Facebook deleted his page, which had more than 500,000 followers.

According to Sorbo, Facebook's control over free speech is a "digital assassination."

"Political correctness is word fascism. And Big Tech censorship is digital assassination," said Sorbo. "I was quieted on Twitter and eliminated on Facebook. Because they deemed me as 'less than human,' they simply rescinded my rights to exist (in their world). Beware the fascists masquerading as 'tolerant progressives.' They do not tolerate or progress."

Sorbo, who is a strong supporter of former President Donald Trump, had previously shared his conservative views on science and religion. He also teamed up with mathematician, philosopher, and former Oxford professor John Lennox to "unpack theological and scientific proof of God" in the movie "Against the Tide: Finding God in an Age of Science."

Sorbo expressed the importance of believers defending their Christian faith.

"The biggest thing that holds Christians back is our lack of confidence...when we are approached by people who want to look at the science of God. And apologetics is a way to battle that and John does it in such an amazing way," he said.

Sorbo has since created a new Facebook page. It is currently unclear why the original account was removed.


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