Los Angeles Christian radio host Frank Sontag defended actor Liam Neeson who said in a recent interview that he looked for a random “black bastard to kill” after a friend of his was raped.
Sontag then claimed that “as a man” he knows that rage is in him “and I believe God put that in me.”
Sontag went on to defend Neeson:
He was devastated about his friend being raped, and he lashed out in a short period of time, almost in a sense of wanting to protect her, and then he got his wits about him and said thank God nothing happened.
Sontag failed to mention that Neeson was looking for any black person to kill after his friend was raped in an act of blind revenge.
Sontag continued his fact-free rant:
A culture that is bent on emasculating men looks to this and says immediately, “oh this is racist” and “this is horrifying and he should be held accountable, all these things, when literally they were just thoughts.
They were actually more than thoughts as Neeson himself told The Independent:
I went up and down areas with a cosh, hoping I’d be approached by somebody—I’m ashamed to say that—and I did it for maybe a week, hoping some [making air quotes with his fingers] “black bastard” would come out of a pub and have a go at me about something, you know? So that I could kill him.
Sontag also complained that some churches were only teaching men to be a “nice guy” and a “good man.”
Sontag then noted Exodus 15:3, which was specifically written to Jewish people 2,000 years ago, and pretended it applied to Christians in 2019 America:
God made us to be warriors! Exodus 15:3! The Lord is a warrior, the Lord is his name!