Jon Voight Calls Obama “False Prophet” and Speaks up for Israel

Posted on June 9, 2009. Filed under: Conservatives, Heroes, Obama, Politics, Socialism/Communism |

Click on the link below to hear Jon Voight’s entire speech. It is awesome!!!

Jon Voight Calls Obama “False Prophet” and Speaks up for Israel

By Andrew Breitbart

Thought I’d post the entirety of Jon Voight’s extremely important speech last night at the 2009 Republican Senate-House Dinner.

What Jon is doing is extremely important.

Jon was once lauded for toeing the liberal Hollywood line. He is showing that his peers can speak out as a Hollywood conservative and as an apostate — and survive. “Do not tell me it can’t be done,” he begins. The left will flail as they attempt to marginalize him and diminish his stellar reputation and award-winning career.

His analysis of how President Obama got elected will eventually be the accepted truth once sober and dispassionate journalists reenter the mainstream media. And he is also to be praised for his steadfast support of the Jewish people and Israel.

I predict there will be more Jon Voight’s in the next election cycle thanks to his courageous trailblazing spirit.

Thanks, Jon. You are a great patriot and wonderful friend.



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Great. Now if we can get folks like O’Reilly to stand up stronger… I’ve been a O’Reilly fan but I see him turning away from his normal stands when it comes to Obama – see my latest post at

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