Actor Kevin Sorbo thinks that Jesus would vote for Donald Trump, since the presumptive Republican nominee is "the lesser of two evils."
But Sorbo, 57, who is best known for the "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys" TV series in the 1990s, told TMZ
Wednesday that Jesus would still be allowed into the United States if a President Trump enacted a ban on Muslims.
"I don't think that's true," he said, disagreeing with the TMZ photographer in the interview at Los Angeles International Airport. "Why wouldn't he?
"Look, I am Norwegian. That's my heritage.
"If there's Norwegians going around strapping bombs and blowing people up, you can check me," Sorbo said.
"I don't mind if you racial-profile against me," he added, noting that he had "nothing to hide."
"So, why do people, if they have nothing to hide, why do they get upset about stuff — if they have nothing to hide?
"So, they take one day out of your life to check you out, what's wrong with that?" Sorbo asked. "Finger-print me, check out my background, what's the big deal?"
He also bashed presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
"Every time I ask a Democrat what Hillary has done, they never have a really good answer," Sorbo told TMZ. "They have zero answers.
"She has more scandals around her than Nixon ever had. Watergate is a joke compared to what's going on in the White House today."
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