Conservative actor Jon Voight fired off a video defending Fox News host Laura Ingraham as she battles back against hip-hop artist Snoop Dogg and others calling for her firing.
Ingraham raised the ire of Dogg, whose real name is Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr., along with other rappers ‘The Game’ and ‘T.I.,’ when she dared to laugh at a low-IQ song by deceased rapper Nipsey Hussle.
Hussle was the lyrical mastermind behind a song called “FDT” – which stands for “F*** Donald Trump.”
Ingraham played a clip of the music video and laughed “that’s a very creative refrain” while the artist repeatedly used the F-word in the chorus.
The song deserves every bit of mockery one can muster.
— CNN (@CNN) April 16, 2019
The Game referred to Ingraham as a “disrespectful ****” and urged his millions of followers to demand her firing, while Snoop chimed in by saying, “I’m in.”
Voight Supports Laura
Voight defended Ingraham as a voice for truth.
“You know the truth is very important–right now most especially,” Voight said.
“And those who believe in the truth are to be cherished,” he continued. “People like Laura Ingraham. They’re wonderful people who we need very much at this time, when our president is being attacked with lies and slanders from the media.”
A message to my fellow Americans. pic.twitter.com/pRyr1MdonU
— Jon Voight (@jonvoight) April 22, 2019
If anyone knows about lies and slander, it’d be Ingraham who is consistently the subject of smears from the left, this time by music industry entertainers, previously by media darlings like the ignorant David Hogg.
A Conservative in Hollywood
Voight’s defense of the Fox News star will no doubt cause him headaches in the uber-liberal world of Hollywood. As a principled conservative, however, he isn’t concerned.
Voight has been fighting for truth in a sea of leftist lies in Hollywood for years.
The Holes actor blasted Barack Obama in 2014 for, among other things, doing nothing to prevent Russian aggression.
“Romney warned us about Russia’s aggression,” he said referencing the now-Utah senator’s warning that Russia represented the greatest geopolitical threat to the U.S., something he was widely mocked for at the time but was ultimately proven correct.
“What does Obama say about that? Nothing,” Voight explained.
The legendary actor was relentlessly booed at the Critics’ Choice Awards in 2016 for supporting Donald Trump. The crowd reaction was so over-the-top, that a prominent Hollywood publication described it as “classless.”
Voight endorsed Trump for President very early on in his campaign saying “he will not let us down” and that a vote for him will “save our nation.”
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