Actor James Woods may never work another day in Hollywood at the rate he’s going. While relatively new to Twitter, Woods does not believe in keeping your powder dry when it comes to President Obama.
After helping bring national media attention to the brutal beating death of World War II vet Delbert Belton, Woods shares his idea of how Obama prepares for his monumental speech addressing racial hatred in the wake of that murder by posting a picture of the president with his arm around race hustler Al Sharpton, with both men smiling broadly.
President Obama prepares for his monumental speech addressing racial hatred in the wake of Delbert Belton murder… pic.twitter.com/uphrRHHxJ1
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) August 24, 2013
Obama is expected to address race relations when he speaks Wednesday on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech.
Woods recently called Sharpton a “blatant bigot,” but that didn’t stop the White House from inviting Sharpton to a meeting this week on Obamacare — he sat right next to Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder.
Please explain to me why a major network would allow a blatant bigot to be a news commentator? pic.twitter.com/rk8IJ7d2lP
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) August 22, 2013
Right out of the gate, Woods turned to Twitter in July to respond to comments Obama made after George Zimmerman was acquitted in the death of Trayvon Martin.
The only reason people lock their car doors when Obama walks by is they are afraid he’ll tax them to death…
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) July 20, 2013
And with that tweet, Woods won the Internet for the day:
@RealJamesWoods wins the Internet for today.
— Ian Hanchett (@IanHanchett) July 20, 2013
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