Jon Voight Confident Trump Will Win In 2020, Claims Democrats 'Have No Heroes'

Jon Voight Confident Trump Will Win In 2020, Claims Democrats 'Have No Heroes'
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Actor Jon Voight has announced that the Democrats don't have a chance to win back the White House from an incredibly successful and popular President Trump, saying that they 'don't represent America anymore.' As The Daily Wire reports:

Veteran actor Jon Voight, a stalwart Trump supporter, believes that the Democrats will not take back the White House come 2020, arguing that they “do not represent America anymore” and have transformed into something negative since the 1960s.

Speaking with The Hollywood Reporter (THR), Voight said that the Democratic Party has transformed into something he never thought possible, saying they “have no heroes today” like when John F. Kennedy was alive.

“I’m a big supporter of our president, and I feel that what has happened with the Democratic party is something that I’d never thought I’d see happen. This is not the Democratic party of John Kennedy, who I was in support of,” Voight said. “They had many heroes in the Democratic party. They have no heroes today. There’s a lot of slander and name-calling and lying that’s going on and passing itself off as news. This is my opinion. That’s where I stand and I don’t like it. Somebody has to stand up and say that and punch back at that nonsense. This is not America. The Democratic Party doesn’t represent America anymore.”...

Donald Trump is going to win the presidency once again and this is going to be proven to be nonsense just as the two years with [the Mueller Report] and millions of dollars wasted and has taken those people in the House who are Democrats away from doing the business of the people,” Voight said.


Voight had previously declared 'war' on the Democrat's attempts to impeachment President Trump.
 
The Democrats may have no heroes, but the conservative movement certainly does and Jon Voight is the leader of the pack.
 Source: American Update

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