Academy Award-winning actor Jon Voight posted a Twitter video in which he described Donald Trump as “the greatest president of this century.”
Voight is one of the few actors in Hollywood who has no fear of expressing his support for the President, making him a favorite of conservatives who see little representation of their views in the industry.
The Runaway Train actor began by slamming liberals for the pure hatred directed at Trump for over three years now.
“This is not peace,” he explains at the onset of the video. “This is not love. This is hate among the radical left. No amount of book smart will show the given policy of what truth stands for.”
“This is war among the left,” he continued. “They have hate. It’s like a venom. No words of God, no words of love, but a radical emotion of hate.”
Voight noted that because of their unbridled hatred, the left fails to see the simple fact that Trump “is the greatest president of this century.”
Jon Voight’s message of peace and love. pic.twitter.com/XHQTjtqsBx
— Jon Voight (@jonvoight) August 18, 2019
“Let us pray for this country that President Trump will take on four more years of his strength, devotion, knowledge of truths,” Voight continued. “And all that doubt and have extreme anger toward President Trump, may they be shown differently, that President Trump is the greatest president of this century.”
“Let us take a stand for liberty and justice for all. God bless,” he concluded.
It’s difficult to ascertain whether or not Voight meant he was the greatest of this century as he stated, meaning he really only needs to beat out Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama – not exactly a formidable group.
Perhaps he meant in a century. Voight has previously referred to President Trump as “the greatest president since Abraham Lincoln.”
Voight was one of the earliest actors to come out and support Trump in his bid to capture the White House. He endorsed Trump very early on in his campaign saying “he will not let us down” and that a vote for him will “save our nation.”
In his video release of a ‘Plea to Save America,’ Voight prayed, “May God protect the real truth, and may Donald Trump win this presidency.”
It seemed the Hollywood elites weren’t overly fond of him for saying so. In December of 2016, just one month after a stunning defeat of Hillary Clinton, the actor was on the receiving end of some vociferous jeering when he appeared at the Critics’ Choice Awards.
Trump won and America was saved from the clutches of the corrupt Clinton family.
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