What does “Xena: Samurai Princess” have to do with the riots in the Capitol this week?
The fierce fighter is not in the instigator’s riot, nor is she with the police.
But when Hercules begins to make some cunning claims about these events, you better believe that she will expose them there.
Kevin Sorbo, who played Hercules in the 90s series “Hercules: Legendary Journey”
Trump supporter Sorbo, 62, responded to a tweet from lawyer and Trump supporter Rogan O’Handley.
“Do these look like Trump supporters?” Ohandley shared a picture of the pro-Trump mob inside the Capitol on Twitter on Wednesday. “Or leftist instigators disguised as Trump supporters…”
Due to O’Handley’s false statement, Twitter has designated this tweet as a “manipulated media.” Some claim that there is no evidence that the pro-Trump mob who violated the Capitol was composed of “left instigators” or Antifa.
But Sorbo is also famous for his early series “Andromeda”, he wrote on Twitter: Handley supports his debunked claims.
(Note: Tweets contain explicit language)
He said: “To me, they don’t look like patriots…” Although there is a lot of evidence that the organization is made up of Trump supporters, it has doubled.
Lucy Lawless (Lucy Lawless) in the successful “Hercules” spin-off series “Xena: Warrior Princess” (Xena: Warrior Princess) played a role, has prepared her own clear answer.
“No, Peanut,” she said, responding to a tweet from a former colleague. “They are not patriots. They are your flying monkeys, local terrorists, QAnon actors. They are d-chebags. They can go out and mark people like you badly. They like to pack them up like toys and let them Do the worst. #keepingYourFilthyHandsclean #enabler.”
52-year-old Lawless is an actress from New Zealand who played Xena from 1995 to 2001. He won the heart of being a warrior princess and defended the disadvantaged in the ancient Greek fantasy series. Although Xena can only play a small role in “Hercules”, this role is still very popular. The derivative product finally ran for six seasons, surpassing the original performance when bowing in 1999.
Lawless continues to appear in the TV’s “Battlestar Galactica” reboot, “Spartacus: Blood and Sand”, “Parks and Recreation Places”, “Salem” and “Ash vs. Evil Dead”. She will play the villain role in the upcoming lighting movie “Minions: The Rise of Gru”.
But on Thursday night, it was her response to Sorbo that won Twitter applause and prompted Xena to enter the trend. Lawless continued to refer to Sorbo as “peanuts” in subsequent tweets. The confrontation on social media has ignited the enthusiasm of “Xena” fans who declared their immortal love for the character and Lawless.
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