Jon Voight Encourages Americans To Turn to God in Wake of Election Results
By Cooper Dowd, Staff Writer
Outspoken conservative actor Jon Voight called out Joe Biden’s presidential run as dangerous for America and encouraged “fellow Americans” to turn to God.
Voight, 81, posted a video on his official Twitter account post the election night, where he bashed the Biden campaign.
“[I’m] disgusted with this lie that Biden has been chosen,” Voight said.
“There will be a price to pay. The ones who are jumping for joy now are jumping toward the horror they will be in for,” Voight continued, referencing Biden’s alleged victory. “I know the promises being made from the left to the American people will never come to be. My friends from all colors, races and religions, this is now our greatest fight since the civil war.”
Voight also spoke into the spiritual battle Christians in America will face with Biden as president.
“The battle of righteousness versus Satan,” Voight said. “Yes, Satan, because these leftists are evil, corrupt and they want to tear down this nation. We must not allow this.”
Voight encouraged Christians and Americans to turn to God and trust Him with the results. Moreover, Voight also called Christians to stand firm in their beliefs and fight for the country.
“We must fight this corruption that has taken over and fight for the good that seems lost. Let us give our trust to God and fight now for Trump’s victory because we all know this ballot count is corruption like they are, so let us not back down,” Voight said.
“Let us fight this fight as it is our last fight on earth. As Muhammad Ali said, ‘It’s not over til the last punch you have.’ God bless,” Voight concluded.
Voight is vocal about his support for President Donald Trump. Voight praised Trump for his response to COVID-19 and also encouraged people to pray for Trump.
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— Jon Voight (@jonvoight) November 11, 2020
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— Jon Voight (@jonvoight) March 18, 2020
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— Jon Voight (@jonvoight) May 4, 2020