Wil Wheaton BASHES Christianity After Texas Shooting, Immediately Regrets It

Former “Stand By Me” star Wil Wheaton made a disgusting analysis of the horrific Texas Church Shooting. Soon after the shooting, he claimed if “prayers did anything, they’d still be alive.”

The 45-year-old has-been actor received immediate backlash following his tweet and tried to defend himself. Wheaton said he was responding to House speaker Paul Ryan’s condolences on Twitter where he said, “Reports out of Texas are devastating. The people of Sutherland Springs need our prayers right now.”

Wheaton replied to Ryan’s tweet and said:

“The murdered victims were in a church. If prayers did anything, they’d still be alive, you worthless sack of shit.”

Wheaton’s fans then expressed outrage and probably the best comeback to Wheaton’s heartless remark came from a fan who said, “One thing to attack a politician, it’s another to attack the innocent dead and all religion. Looks like you’re the worthless sack of shit.”

Wheaton was immediately forced to defend himself and apologize due to the uproar he received. Wheaton said in a series of tweets:

“I’m not talking about religion or faith at all. I am talking about the speaker of the house who does nothing to address gun violence. Hey, real and actual people of faith: I hear you. I apologise for insulting you, in my rage at Paul Ryan’s refusal to address gun violence. Your faith is your business and people like Paul Ryan exploit it while they hide behind words without deeds, and people continue to die.”

Wheaton’s remarks are the latest showing of how out of touch celebrities truly are. What do you think?

3 Comments on "Wil Wheaton BASHES Christianity After Texas Shooting, Immediately Regrets It"

  1. Church is still a gun free zone even in Texas, and still the shooter was stopped by a good guy with a gun.
    If the law was “Constitutional Carry” there would be no gun-free zones for liberal whackos to shoot up.

  2. Steve Stubblefield | November 6, 2017 at 12:35 PM |

    Who is this so called “actor” who I have never heard of?

  3. Prayer is still the greatest power we have, but God can’t help us if we don’t let Him help us. We’ve done all we can to remove His name from our country and from our citizen’s hearts. God does not barge in where He’s not wanted. If we want to reduce gun violence and begin to heal our nation we must bring God back as the foundation and cornerstone of our society.

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