Actor Robert Davi unleashed an epic monologue rebuking Democrats for bad ideas and Republicans for failing to call them out.
The award-winning actor, screenwriter and director took to Twitter to condemn House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on the issue of illegal immigration and a recent push to lower the voting age from 18 to 16 for all federal elections.
Dear Fellow Americans – DANGER!!!! pic.twitter.com/BPqKQQdWxf
— Robert Davi (@RobertJohnDavi) March 7, 2019
Davi referred to Pelosi’s comments as she invoked former President Ronald Reagan’s words about “the great contribution of immigrants,” which the actor said was “absolutely true.”
“They should vote,” the 67-year-old actor said. “My grandparents voted – they were immigrants when they were naturalized. They were able to vote when the pledged allegiance to the United States of America, when they understood what America stood for.”
He then warned about the immigrant population today that is “not educated into the United States,” and that Pelosi and other Democrats want to “get that voting bloc” as well as get 16-year-old teens to vote.
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) March 8, 2019
“We will lose our country,” the actor who has appeared in “The Goonies,” “Die Hard,” and “License to Kill” said, explaining that his own five children were not able to independently take care of themselves at the age of 16.
“Nor did they have the greatest judgement in the world, but we want to let 16-year-olds vote?” he asked. “This is pandering to the teenage population to try to say ‘go ahead.’ But you know what? When they buy their own homes, when they pay their own taxes, when they work three jobs to support a family – then maybe they can vote, at 16.”
But Davi countered that the teens are not ready at the younger age because of indoctrination at their schools by teachers “that are Marxists” destroying the nation. He then exploded at the GOP for not speaking out and not taking a stronger stand against the left.
“Where are you sh**hole GOP guys in the Senate and Congress?” Davi exclaimed. “How come none of you are talking out strongly? Where are you guys? Hiding? Where do you have your head, up your lobbyists’ a**? Get out there and speak against this nonsense!”
Davi commented again on his opening remarks about an idea in the works to launch a “We the People” channel run by the American people, the voter” and not “the conglomerates.”
That idea seemed to garner enthusiastic support on Twitter, which Davi acknowledged in another tweet aimed at the “inability” of Congress to deal with the anti-Semitic remarks by Rep. Ilhan Omar. Many Twitter users declared they were “all in” on the idea of a “We the People” channel.
On the Democrats inability to acknowledge the truth on AntiSemitic remarks PART 1 pic.twitter.com/DdPr8W5tyD
— Robert Davi (@RobertJohnDavi) March 8, 2019
I think you are 100% correct. We need a we the people chanel.
I also agree 16 year Olds don’t have the life experiences to vote. I’m not sure 18 year Olds do either
— James Budrow (@JamesBudrow) March 7, 2019
I’m interested. I’m in LA.
I’m a former journalist.
What do you need?
Who do you need?
Where do we begin?
Let’s do this! ???
— Chesley J. Dohl (@chesleydohl) March 8, 2019
IF YOU BUILD IT, THEY WILL COME! #wethepeoplechannel
— Mark (@Downslide) March 7, 2019
I’M IN!!!! #WeThePeopleChannel
— CaptRustyBliss (@RustyBlissUSA) March 7, 2019
I’m with you.
— Flossie Mac (@joymac) March 7, 2019
I love this!!! Thank you for being loud and vocal! We the patriots need to be loud! ❤️???
— korie schultz (@KorieSchultz) March 7, 2019
I love, love, love this idea.
I know many fellow Patriots would be interested in a “We The People” channel.
Asking all of the amazing followers to listen to @RobertJohnDavi and chime in!
**Please reply and retweet everyone**
— All American ??⭐️?? (@Redtowel4) March 7, 2019
We the People are with You Mr Davi
— Katt B (@KattBNC) March 8, 2019
— Dan Soderholm (@dan_soderholm) March 8, 2019
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