Jon Voight slams ‘angered left-wingers’ in video defending Trump

Oscar-profitable actor Jon Voight posted a video defending President Trump in the wake of the Ohio and Texas mass shootings over the weekend, asserting the president is “now not a racist” and that racism change into “solved lengthy ago by our forefathers.”

“The “Ray Donovan” essential particular person, who as soon as known as Mr. Trump “the greatest president since Abraham Lincoln,” acknowledged in his “message for The United States” video Sunday that “angered left-wingers” are making an strive to “pollute” the country with faux allegations of racism.

“My fellow Americans, too many are angered on the phrases of racism,” Mr. Voight acknowledged in the video. “This has been an infinite downside for the unlit neighborhood since the Civil Battle, but this has been solved lengthy ago by our forefathers for peace and fancy.

“Interestingly the angered left and angered minorities are making an strive to take care of President Trump to blame for previous lives,” he continued. “These angered left-wingers preach fancy but most appealing pollute. We must for all time tag that this is a nation of liberty, and this president is honoring all. He is now not a racist, but a man who loves his country and has every scheme to make this land huge again.”

The video comes on the heels of relieve-to-relieve mass shootings over the weekend that took the lives of 31 other folks. Democrats possess pointed the finger at Mr. Trump’s divisive rhetoric, in particular on unlawful immigration, as playing a operate in Saturday’s attack at an El Paso Walmart, where the shooter allegedly held anti-immigrant beliefs.

Jon Voight’s message for The United States.

Jon Voight (@jonvoight) August 4, 2019

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