Martin Mawyer, president, Christian Action Network
It is hard to imagine the Hollywood ever portraying the Prophet Mohammed as a lesbian woman, but Jesus? Well, that’s a different story. And the fact that Jesus is fair game, should come as a surprise to no one.
There’s a new movie that will soon be coming out called Habit. It stars Paris Jackson, the daughter of the notoriously dysfunctional pop star Michael Jackson. And she’s playing a female, lesbian Jesus.
Never, ever underestimate how liberals will distort, corrupt and completely change history to suit their left-wing lies, deceptions and fraud.
This blasphemous movie is nearing the end of production, but it’s not without controversy. More than quarter of a million people have put their names on a petition to block the distribution of this imaginative film of Christian-duplicity.
Principal filming for this kinky Jesus film finished just as people were being quarantined over the coronavirus pandemic this past spring. It is now in post-production.
In the film, Paris Jackson plays Jesus alongside the self-indulgent model and actress Bella Thorne. Thorne, most will remember, is most famous for her role as CeCe Jones on the Disney Channel series Shake It Up.
And if Jesus being portrayed as a woman isn’t enough to stab the hearts of God-fearing Christians, Thorne take that dagger and shoves it in even deeper. She plays a nose-ring, woman who has a “Jesus fetish” and who is also a drug-dealing nun.
A drug-dealing nun? A gender-bending Jesus? I can only see Satan clapping, applauding and laughing while he woofs down popcorn in a front row seat of a theater.
A petition was created on Change.org that seeks to block this “blasphemous Hollywood film” from ever seeing the light of day. The petition has already gained 280,000 signatures in an effort, it says, is to “wake people up to the Christianophobic garbage that is spread nowadays, but is somehow accepted and praised by society.”
The film is produced in part by Elevated Films, which has previously produced the 2017 Oscar-nominated film Mudbound.
Huh. Mudbound. That seems an appropriate title for this film as well.