Actor Antonio Sabato Jr. followed up his appearance at the Republican National Convention on Monday by accusing President Barack Obama of not being a Christian.
“We had a Muslim president for seven and a half years,” Sabato told ABC News. “That’s what I believe, and I have the right to believe that. He grew up in that world. That’s what he comes from.”
When asked for evidence to support his claim, Sabato — a Donald Trump supporter — said, “It’s in my heart. I see it for what it is. I believe he’s on the other side — the Middle East. He’s with them, he’s not with us.”
Sabato also accused Obama of being responsible for a lack of respect toward both police officers and teachers, and for a lack of emphasis on God in public education. He argued that Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton would be “even worse.”
Watch the interview, as posted online, below.
Columnist zeroes in on the ‘biggest deceptions of all’ in Trump’s RNC speech
During this year’s Republican National Convention, the fact-checkers at MSNBC and CNN kept very busy thanks to all of the lies and distortions that came from the speakers — including President Donald Trump. Greg Sargent, in his Washington Post column, stresses that although Trump told a variety of lies during the convention, the ones that stand out centered on the coronavirus pandemic.
Trump grants pardon to Alice Johnson one day after she praises him in RNC primetime speech: ‘God bless President Trump’
President Donald Trump on Friday afternoon granted a full pardon to Alice Marie Johnson, less than 24 hours after she all but endorsed him him in a speech during the final night of the Republican National Convention.
Here's the President with Johnson just an hour ago:
Trump has completely politicized his pardon power. Here he is framing a pardon for Alice Johnson around her showing at the RNC. pic.twitter.com/h9fp2RtRks
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) August 28, 2020
‘Everybody is going to catch this thing eventually’: Senior Trump official brushes off criticism of maskless crowd at RNC
"This is Covid denial on another level entirely."
A White House official's flippant response to concerns about the maskless crowds of attendees at the Republican National Convention—and the GOP's ignoring of the coronavirus's horrific toll—have sparked widespread outrage this week.
"Everybody is going to catch this thing eventually," a senior White House official told CNN's Jim Acosta Thursday.
Reporting on the fourth night of the convention, Acosta said, "We not only heard a lot of gaslighting tonight, we possibly saw and witnessed some superspreading from this event."