Much of the backlash is from an appearance at a Family Research Council event. The council has been designated a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center because of the views they hold on same-sex marriage. There is only one problem, Mr. Cain does not share those views.
“Lois & Clark” actor Dean Cain had a few choice words for those who have a problem with his most recent project — “GOSNELL” — and the venues in which he has appeared to promote it.
“It was guilt by association, guilt without evidence, and guilt without due process,” he told The Daily Caller on Tuesday.
Cain explained that the backlash really began with the making of the film, which follows the arrest and trial of abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell. Cain’s character in the film is a police officer.
“‘GOSNELL’ tells the story of Abortionist Kermit Gosnell, and his killing of live babies at his abortion clinic,” Cain explained. “Hollywood didn’t want to make the movie, and didn’t want to distribute it. We had to raise the money on Indiegogo, and many folks were against us making and distributing the film. Even the judge who presided at the trial tried to stop it!”