Hollywood icon Jon Voight released a video warning that the country was “in great danger if we fall under a Biden administration” and calling out left wing activists for advocating violence.
“I ask all to fight this battle now to get them all out. I have been attacked by my fellow peers saying I am preaching violence, when the truth is they all are,” Voight, 81 said in a somber recorded Twitter statement this week. “The left are burning and destroying our cities.”
The outspoken Hollywood conservative and Trump die-hard urged the Supreme Court to take up what he said were “fraudulent votes” cast in the 2020 election.
Voight also had some choice words for California’s liberal leaders including Gov. Gavin Newsom and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
“Our state, California, is being ruled by a leftist mob,” Voight said. “Gov. Newsom is taking away our freedom, your freedom. He is a disgrace to mankind — he and his relative, Nancy Pelosi, who has tried to bring President Trump down.”
Voight has been a Hollywood staple for decades, earning an Academy Award in 1978 for his performance as a crippled Vietnam War veteran in “Coming Home.” He currently stars on the Showtime original series “Ray Donovan.”