Sound of Freedom's Jim Caviezel SLAMS Joe Biden for nibbling on baby: 'I would have popped him'

"Our Lord threw people out of the temple and this is the line right here, where we have to throw him out."

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Katie Daviscourt Seattle WA
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The Sound of Freedom actor Jim Caviezel spoke out against President Biden's repeated "inappropriate" behavior towards children on Wednesday, and said that he would have physically intervened if Biden had put his mouth on his child. 

While discussing the recent viral video of President Biden "nibbling" on a small child during an appearance on the Benny Johnson Show, Caviezel told Johnson that "the Secret Service would have tackled me because I would have popped him."



Caviezel, the starring actor in the anti-child trafficking film Sound of Freedom, said that all Christians will have to unite in order to weed out the evil in society, referring to both Biden's behavior towards children and the war on Christianity.

"There's got to be a new sheriff in town," the actor said. "Our Lord threw people out of the temple and this is the line right here, where we have to throw him out."



"A Christian has to be God's weapon where he's willing to lose his name, reputation, job, title, even his very life to stand for the truth," Caviezel said, explaining to Johnson that Christians have been falling short in the spiritual war on culture.

Caviezel, who is a confirmed Catholic, questioned why leaders within the Catholic Church aren't speaking out against the attacks on Christianity. He pondered why many failed to defend the anti-child sex trafficking movie and stand up against the anti-Catholic transgender drag group, Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, who were given a community hero award at Dodgers stadium last month.

"I've seen them mostly just sit on their hands. I've lost so much respect for them," the actor said.

On the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, Caviezel remarked, "Good is evil and evil is good right now. Why Major League Baseball would allow it is beyond me."

The actor, who also starred as Jesus Christ in the Passion of the Christ said that people need to start fighting back against the evildoers, saying, "It's time to get Church militant. It's time to say, 'No, I'm not paying for your stuff anymore.' And if they want to go this way, let them go."
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