Sorbo Distracts Attention From Ray Rice Beating With BENGHAZI

Kevin Sorbo’s whirlwind tour of stupidity continued with an appearance on Fox News’ Outnumbered show, where he attempted to one-up himself with a completely illogical argument about the Ray Rice wife-beating incident and — of course — BENGHAZI!

“Does he really think we’re stupid?” co-host Andrea Tantaros said of Bisciotti. “Am I really to believe that an organization as powerful as the Baltimore Ravens, that spends almost every waking moment reviewing tape of the other team — reviewing tapes, reviewing plays and tapes! — doesn’t want to get this tape? It is such a bunch of bull, and I’m sick of them lying.”

Sorbo, however, was not surprised that the Ravens were balking at holding someone accountable.

“There’s no accountability in the White House with Benghazi, the IRS and all that kind of stuff,” he explained. “How do we expect to have accountability with something like a professional football team?”

Right. Just like no one was held accountable for all the lies from the Bush administration to justify the war in Iraq. Therefore, how could we possibly expect anyone in any situation ever, no matter how completely disconnected from that issue, to be held accountable for anything at all? Makes perfect sense, right?

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  • Kevin Kehres

    Why yes, Andrea. I do think you’re stupid.

  • http://tierra-de-antilopes.blogspot.com.ar/ tierra de antilopes

    Every time somebody says BENGHAZI I just hear BAZZINGA

  • John Pieret

    Well, given how the wingnuts always see right through Obama, there can’t be any acting accountability in the White House and that’s why we can’t expect to have accountability from Sorbo!

  • dingojack

    I mean if we can’t hold the Whitehouse to account for [fill in RWNJ hot-button here], than how can we discount Kevin Sorbo’s involvement in killing and then raping any number of pre-teens in the Eighties (along with Glenn Bek et al.)?!eleventy-one!??

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    Dingo

  • Richard Smith

    @John Pieret (#3):

    there can’t be any acting accountability in the White House and that’s why we can’t expect to have accountability from Sorbo

    We certainly can’t expect any acting from Sorbo…

  • felidae

    Further proof that the real title of the show should be OUTDUMBDED

  • eric

    There’s no accountability in the White House with Benghazi, the IRS and all that kind of stuff,” he explained. “How do we expect to have accountability with something like a professional football team?”

    Nice non-sequitur. I guess that’s kinda like saying “how can we expect Sorbo to act well when Sharknado?”

  • busterggi

    Lies, cover-ups, spousal assault, who’s in charge of Sorbo’s universe anyway – some imaginary being or something?

  • http://www.pandasthumb.org Area Man

    Didn’t Sorbo himself personally issue the stand-down order that recalled troops who were just minutes away and could have protected Rice’s fiance?

  • http://festeringscabofrealityblogspot.com fifthdentist

    God’s not dead. He just hasn’t returned because his fan club is filled with idiotic, whiny, judgmental, bigoted, greedy assholes who have taken his instructions and used them as justification for doing the exact opposite of what was intended.

    Like Kevin Sorbo.

  • https://www.facebook.com/pieter.droogendijk Pieter Droogendijk

    That escalated quickly. You know what’s worse than putting salt on a snail? THE HOLOCAUST!

  • Dark Jaguar

    This actually makes a sort of sense in their minds, due to the notion of “the followers imitating the leader”. Basically, they believe that as goes the moral compass of whoever “leads” a house, business, or nation, so it goes for everyone “under” them. Mind you, this suggests they see a president not as someone serving the nation but as, flat out, our “master” in all things. They also seem to believe that everyone at once just says “if it’s good enough for the president it’s good enough for me”, never mind that that’s really not how most of us think. All I’m saying is there’s a sort of rational to it.

  • thebookofdave

    The president “sets the tone” for standards of accountability. Jim Geraghty is waiting for you on line one, Mr. Sorbo. Something about taking credit for his stupid idea.