Actor Jon Voight Responds To Alyssa Milano's Insults: “Ignorance Doesn’t Scare Me.”
Jon Voight made an appearance Friday morning on “Fox and Friends” where he quoted the Declaration of Independence and spoke positively about President Trump. Voight will be attending the Rally for Freedom alongside Gold Star families on Independence Day, on the U.S. Capitol lawn.
Alyssa Milano recently tweeted that Voight is an “F-lister trying to stay relevant” and a “has been” in response to him praising President Trump.
Now I understand why Republicans like to discredit actors and our political views.— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) May 25, 2019
“Stay in your lane, Jon!”
“F-lister trying to stay relevant!”
“Nobody cares what an out of touch actor thinks!” https://t.co/LcIGgBO9az
Voight responded to Milano’s tweet Friday morning.
He jokingly swung his arms punching the air saying,“Come at me.” Voight explained, “I have sympathy for people that are in ignorance. It doesn’t scare me. Ignorance doesn’t scare me. I was like that myself. I just root for everybody to come to the truth.”
Voight’s acting skills earned him an Academy Award in 1979 for the movie “Coming Home,” a Vietnam War drama. He also won four Golden Globe Awards and was nominated for eleven. But that’s not enough for Alyssa Milano even though she hasn’t earned any Oscars or Golden Globes.