Actor Jon Voight revealed what he really thinks of President Trump and the Left


Academy Award winning actor Jon Voight recently posted a two-part video message to his “fellow Americans” on Twitter.

In it, he revealed what he really thinks of President Trump and the Left.

And the reaction from both sides was swift.

Jon Voight is firmly planting his flag on the MAGA train.

In his recent video messages, he declared President Trump the greatest president since Lincoln.

And he didn’t hold back on the Left, condemning “their absurd words of destruction.”

The Washington Times noted the videos attracted 8.5 million views in just 36 hours.

But not everyone is happy about it.

Former Charmed witch, Alyssa Milano fired off a tweet mocking Voight as a “has been.”

Bill O’Reilly swiftly condemned Milano on NewsmaxTV:

“I don’t know if this was the smartest move [by Milano] because Jon Voight, at 80 years old, is still working,” O’Reilly said. “He is one of the best actors on the planet. Alyssa Milano is a television actress. I’m not gonna denigrate what she’s done, but surely it’s not in the class of Jon Voight.

“Why the personal attacks? If Jon Voight believes that President Trump is on par with Abraham Lincoln, he has the right to that opinion without being attacked personally. Does he not?”

“If Alyssa Milano wants to say, ‘well I think Jon Voight’s wrong and here’s the list of presidents I feel are better and here’s why,’ I certainly would listen to that. But to call the guy a has been? At 80 years old, the guy is still at the top of his game, Jon Voight. He’s an amazing actor. I hope he doesn’t say anything. I hope he lets his career speak for itself.

But Milano certainly wasn’t the only Hollywood leftist sneering over Voight’s remarks.

Left-wing comic Albert Brooks compared Voight to John Wilkes Booth.

And that didn’t sit well with actor Robert Davi, who ripped Brooks and the Hollywood Left in a video of his own.

“The continued beratement of Donald Trump and his supporters or people who have a different ideology of the left eliteness of Hollywood, they live in a different society than a John Doe that’s in Arkansas or the coal mines of Pennsylvania or Ohio,” Davi said.

“There are differences of opinion. Respect them!” he urged.

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