JON VOIGHT’S MES­SAGE TO AMER­ICA

The Washington Times Weekly - - Politics -

Academy Award win­ning ac­tor Jon Voight says he is fed up with Pres­i­dent Obama’s “ex­ec­u­tive priv­i­lege” and urges Americans to voice some out­rage. But he is par­tic­u­larly con­cerned about a cer­tain U.S. Marine.

“One of our own young Marines, Sgt. An­drew Tah­mooressi, was just re­leased from a Mex­i­can prison after long, tor­tur­ous months, and we just found out from his own words dur­ing a Greta Van Sus­teren in­ter­view that he tried to kill him­self with a bro­ken light bulb that he plunged into his neck hop­ing to die, as to not en­dure his tor­ture any longer,” Mr. Voight tells Inside the Belt­way, cit­ing a re­cent Fox News in­ter­view. “Need­less to say, his in­car­cer­a­tion was a to­tal lie. He was to­tally in­no­cent. Pres­i­dent Obama has re­leased known ter­ror­ist mur­der­ers in a trade for an Amer­i­can sol­dier who was be­lieved to be a de­serter,” Mr. Voight con­tin­ues, re­fer­ring to the re­lease ear­lier this year of Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl.

“He wants to le­gal­ize all the il­le­gal Mex­i­cans, and ev­ery other il­le­gal im­mi­grant from other coun­tries as well. Why? For their vote, for the 2016 elec­tion, for the Democrats. It will make no dif­fer­ence on the bil­lions of dol­lars it will cost the Amer­i­can tax­pay­ers. It made no dif­fer­ence on the lat­est il­le­gals he let come across the bor­ders a few months ago. Chil­dren — un­ac­com­pa­nied by their par­ents, car­ry­ing all kind of ill­nesses — as­sim­i­lat­ing them into our so­ci­ety and our schools,” the ac­tor says.

“Obama had noth­ing to say for Sgt. Tah­mooressi, who en­dured this un­think­able tor­ture. He made no at­tempt to free him. Not one word was said in his de­fense. Obama’s view of what is right and wrong is to­tally dis­torted. There should be to­tal out­rage for his poli­cies he will put into ac­tion. He must be stopped. Ev­ery free­dom-loving Amer­i­can should voice their out­rage against his ex­ec­u­tive priv­i­lege,” Mr. Voight con­cludes.

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