Hollywood actor Jim Caviezel didn’t hold back in his criticism of what he perceives as Christian bigotry and the promotion of Pride Month. During his appearance on the Christian podcast “Prophets and Patriots,” Caviezel expressed his disdain for the current treatment of Christian culture, particularly by those in power.
Caviezel argued that Christian bigotry is now widely accepted and even condoned, asserting that this form of discrimination has become prevalent in the world. He made it clear that he believes it is time to put an end to this double standard and stand up against the marginalization of Christians.
The actor specifically called out Disney and President Joe Biden for their promotion of Pride rainbows. He questioned why symbols like the Star of David or a Crucifix are not displayed alongside Mickey Mouse, highlighting what he sees as a disregard for Christian values. Caviezel found it appalling that the rainbow flag is given prominence over the President of the United States and the American flag.
Furthermore, Caviezel criticized the Los Angeles Dodgers for honoring the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, a satirical group that critics argue mocks the Catholic faith. He raised questions about their legitimacy as nuns and the lack of scrutiny from the media regarding their actions. He expressed his concern about the disrespectful use of religious symbols and the absence of equivalent treatment for other faiths.
Caviezel’s comments reflect his frustration with what he perceives as a disregard for Christian values and the erosion of religious freedom. In his latest film, “Sound of Freedom,” he portrays a federal agent on a mission to rescue a young girl from sex slavery. The movie highlights the importance of faith and the fight against injustice, aligning with Caviezel’s own beliefs.
As a conservative actor, Caviezel is unafraid to voice his opinion and advocate for what he sees as the preservation of Christian culture and values. His comments shed light on the concerns many conservatives have regarding the treatment of Christians in contemporary society.