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Sunday, October 9, 2016

Jon Voight defends Donald Trump, slams Robert De Niro's 'ugly rant'

Jon Voight, who endorsed Donald Trump last spring, is defending the GOP nominee and lashing out at actor Robert De Niro for saying he'd like to punch Trump "in the face."
Voight wrote on Twitter that Trump's lewd remarks in a 2005 audio conversation with "Access Hollywood" host Billy Bush were common among young males. "I don't know of too many men who haven't expressed some sort of similar sexual terms toward women, especially in their younger years," he wrote.
He continued, "Donald Trump's words were not as damaging as Robert DeNiro's ugly rant. Trump's words did not hurt anyone. Can you imagine if any Republican said words like Robert DeNiro used – against Hilary Clinton or Barack Obama? All hell would break loose..."


Anonymous said...

John Voight is wonderful as Mickey Donovan the father in the TV series Ray Donovan. He steals every scene. Robert DeNiro too is an amazing actor. America is so great that actors or anyone can disagree without being sent to a gulag or assassinated in the street as happens in Russia. Donald Trump who said that if he is elected he would jail Hillary Clinton, would turn back democracy and free speech in America perhaps forever.

Richard K said...

Trump quipped in response to an insult by Clinton about it being good that he's not in charge of the law in the US, that it's because she's be in jail. I'm not sure if Trump is making people who hate him so enraged that they become too stupid to tell the difference between a quip or a threat, or if they habitually lie like a Clinton.

Turn back democracy and free speech perhaps forever? Probably not. You want to see the threat to free speech and democracy, then go to any university campus where politically correct "social justice" fascists are trying to ban any speech they find offensive. Trump would do something to fix that fascism that Clinton only encourages.