Once again, the tolerant left shows us just how intolerant they are, by banning a conservative from their infamous ComicCon. Kevin Sorbo is the target of the latest leftist bias.
Over the course of his career, actor Kevin Sorbo has faced intense discrimination for his conservative beliefs. He’s been outspoken about Hollywood’s propensity to blacklist based on conservative and Christian ideas. In an interview with The Blaze, he said the entertainment industry is comprised of “some of the least tolerant people you’ll meet.” Now he’s finding convention organizers outside of Hollywood appear to be worse.
Comic conventions often host celebrity guests from science fiction and fantasy films to drive attendance by offering autographs. Genre actors’ careers are often built on appearing at these conventions, where they charge for autographs, photographs, and speaking.
That revenue stream is now in jeopardy for conservative and Christian actors. On January 12, Cliff Galbraith, the founder and purveyor of the East Coast ComicCon in New Jersey, announced on Facebook he would not allow Sorbo a place at the convention: “He’s pals with Sean Hannity. I just can’t do it.”
At least there are some in the comic world who are standing with Sorbo:
Comic professionals are already voicing solidarity with Sorbo’s plight. Timothy Lim, the creator and artist of the popular children’s book “Thump: The First Bundred Days and an artist for Alt-Hero,” stated on his Twitter, “People, return in kind: spend your entrance fee on a convention that doesn’t discriminate based on political affiliation.”
Probably not a good idea for liberals to stay on this path. In the past, rock stars, comedians and actors have learned that public retaliates when they discriminate against Conservatives.