“We must not allow our nation to crumble. This is what they want: to destroy America,” Voight said in the video warning the US is in “great danger” under a Joe Biden administration.
President Trump is the only man who can save this nation. Let us fight this evil now and know that God’s truths will expose them all.
The ‘Ray Donovan’ actor is one of Trump’s few vocal Hollywood supporters, having made numerous videos praising him and even speaking at his presidential inauguration.
The actor also slammed Governor Gavin Newsom for his continued lockdown restrictions imposed on California, an effort to slow the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Newsom, as well as his “relative” Pelosi, Voight argued, is a “disgrace to mankind” who has “destroyed many lives” with his shutdown orders.
“I’ve been attacked by my fellow peers, saying I am preaching violence,” Voight said after encouraging Americans to “fight this battle now” and get Democrats out of office.
“The truth is,” he added, “they all are [preaching violence]. The Left are burning and destroying our cities.”
Voight’s videos in support of the president have often earned him criticism from not only liberal pundits, but even fellow entertainment industry professionals, including some he’s worked with. His latest video was no different.
“Here’s the crazy thing: Jon Voight is an AMAZING actor,” television writer and producer Cheo Hodari Coker tweeted on Saturday in response to Voight. The two worked together on ‘Ray Donovan,’ in which Voight is part of the main cast, and Hodari Coker called the actor “one of the best I’ve ever worked with. Warm. Attentive. Smart.”
However, the writer continued, “he gets a mic and platform, and he loses his goddamn mind. It makes it hard to hold on to the good memories you have.”
Here's the crazy thing: Jon Voight is an AMAZING actor. One of the best I've ever worked with, during my "Ray Donovan" time. Warm. Attentive. Smart. But then he gets a mic and platform, and he loses his goddamn mind. It makes it hard to hold on to the good memories you have. https://t.co/l0xj5iJwVG
— Cheo Hodari Coker (@cheo_coker) November 28, 2020
Talbert Swan, a bishop, tweeted Voight can “go to Hades with a gasoline soaked jumpsuit.”
Jon Voight can go to Hades with a gasoline soaked jumpsuit.
— Bishop Talbert Swan (@TalbertSwan) November 28, 2020
“Truly great actor. Really awful human,” filmmaker Andy Ostroy added.
Truly great actor. Really awful human… pic.twitter.com/Qr2NdmFRgT
— Andy Ostroy (@AndyOstroy) November 28, 2020
Actor Billy Baldwin blasted Voight for “inciting violence” and suggested he seek mental health treatment.
Jon… here’s a thought… get help:
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Jon inciting violence.
Rick Schroder supporting a killer.
Hang on people… 2020’s almost over.
Biden and his cavalry are on the way. https://t.co/vHttjC5pxG
— Billy Baldwin (@BillyBaldwin) November 28, 2020
The only relevance Jon Voight has is being Angelina’s father. He’s clearly tuned out to what people want in this country. https://t.co/Toj3yQdyzx
— Josh McBride (@JoshyMcB) November 28, 2020
Voight has found support from fellow Trump supporters, including actor Randy Quaid, who responded to Voight’s latest video, saying, “I’ll share a foxhole with you anytime.”
Hear hear, Jon! I’ll share a foxhole with you anytime. See you at the Battle of Melrose and LaBrea (unfortunately, not the Oscars, since the Left has cancelled us). Think what a movie Hal Ashby could make of this. We are truly blessed to have Trump as our president.
— Randy Quaid (@RandyRRQuaid) November 27, 2020
Thank you to Jon Voight, Roseanne Barr, Kevin Sorbo, Randy Quaid, Kirstie Alley, and of course James Woods for having the guts to speak the truth in a profession that punishes honesty for exactly the same reasons Communists do while proclaiming its superior morality.
— Philip Schuyler (@FiveRights) November 28, 2020
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