Korie Robertson appeared on “The 700 Club” on Monday, where she talked about a range of issues, including racial reconciliation, politics and life after “Duck Dynasty” — and issued a call to her fellow Christians.
“I think other believers need to step up and get in entertainment, because entertainment really does affect our country and it affects us in a big way,” she said. “We saw that with our show.”
Watch Robertson’s comments below:
Catch Abigail Robertson's one on one with the incredible Korie Robertson today on the The 700 Club! We cover everything from life after Duck Dynasty on A&E, praying for our President, and how she thinks the church needs to step up and lead our country in racial healing: "I think we need to speak up, and we need to talk about it…we have to show that this is not the way to be, and we have to show that by our actions and by what we do." – Korie Robertson Full article here –>> http://go.cbn.com/20707
Posted by CBN News on Monday, October 30, 2017
She said that the popularity of “Duck Dynasty” proves that people want wholesome entertainment.
“This is what people want,” she affirmed.
Robertson also spoke about President Donald Trump, saying that she, at moments, has some personal disagreements with his comments.
“He does say a lot of things that I don’t agree with.” she said. “They don’t match up with our values. That has been hard.”