ena star Lucy Lawless has clashed swords with Hercules actor Kevin Sorbo, labelling him a “peanut” after he made a baseless assertion that the Capitol Hill rioters may very well be from the Left and “didn’t seem like patriots”.
Sorbo, 62, had tweeted that “historical past was being made” as Trump supporters stormed the Capitol to cease Joe Biden being elected. The siege in the end swayed Republicans to withdraw their objections to vote counting in essential states.
After the violence, the OC actor shortly backtracked on Twitter, however appeared to repeat a far-right conspiracy concept that the rioters have been in reality “Antifa” in disguise.
Retweeting an image of bearded males strolling by way of the halls of the Capitol carrying Trump 2020 flags claiming the attackers have been “leftist agitators,” Sorbo added his personal remark: “They don’t seem like patriots to me…”
The Xena: Warrior Princess star, replied: “No, Peanut. They aren’t Patriots. They’re your flying monkeys, homegrown terrorists, QAnon actors. They’re the douchebags that exit and do the evil bidding of individuals such as you who wish to wind them up like toys and allow them to do their worst. #keepingYourFilthyHandsclean #enabler.”
Sorbo performed the title character on “Hercules: The Legendary Journeys,” which additionally featured Lawless as Xena and ultimately led to the “Xena: Warrior Princess” spinoff.
Xena followers backed Lawless as her title started trending on Twitter. Additionally they posted gifs of the Warrior Princess slapping Hercules in a scene from the 90s present.
Some Sorbo followers have been additionally left feeling a bit dissatisfied within the actor’s feedback.
The US President, again on Twitter after a suspension, dedicated to an “orderly” transition of energy, a day after his supporters stormed Congress sparking world condemnation.
Mr Trump spoke as Democrats together with Home Speaker Nanci Pelosi demanded that he be faraway from workplace – simply 13 days earlier than he’s set to step down as US chief.
In remarks extensively seen as his first public acknowledgement of his defeat to Joe Biden in November’s presidential election, Mr Trump stated: “My focus now turns to making sure a easy, orderly and seamless transition of energy.
“This second requires therapeutic and reconciliation.”