‘Ignorance doesn’t scare me’: Jon Voight expresses sympathy for Alyssa Milano, who has ‘no truth’

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Ignorance is in ample supply, even being celebrated, as seen with the 29-year-old ex-bartender from New York who now informs the Democrat Party on acceptable candidates to take on President Donald Trump.

But with age comes reason and compassion, as conservative actor Jon Voight demonstrated this week.

Responding to rabid, hard-left actress/activist Alyssa Milano, who attacked the 80-year-old actor as an “F-lister” and a “has been” for calling President Trump “the greatest president since Abraham Lincoln,” Voight said he feels sorry for those mired in ignorance.

“I have sympathy for the people who are are in ignorance,” Voight said Friday on “Fox & Friends.”

“It doesn’t scare me. Ignorance doesn’t scare me,” the Academy Award-winning actor continued. “I was like that myself. I just root for everybody to come to the truth.”

 

Voight told the “Fox & Friends” crew that he was part of the anti-war left in the 1960s, but  changed his political views after seeing all the deaths in Southeast Asia after the U.S. withdrew from Viet Nam.

“We have to go through a process to learn about the truth sometimes,” he said.

“Darling, Alyssa. God bless you,” Voight said, when asked about Milano’s attack. “I pray God sends his light of truth on all those who have no truth about the Republicans and our president.”

Milano blasted Voight for comparing Trump to Lincoln.

“Now I understand why Republicans like to discredit actors and our political views. “Stay in your lane, Jon!” “Has been!” “F-lister trying to stay relevant!” “Nobody cares what an out of touch actor thinks!” she tweeted.

Although, her vile tweet didn’t quite go over exactly as she may have expected.

Looking remarkable for his age, Voight is attending the Rally for Freedom on the 4th of July.

The event will take place at 10 a.m. ET on the U.S. Capitol lawn and Voight will be accompanying Gold Star families.

Overall, Vaughn said the rally is meant to show support to Gold Star families and she intends to spread the message in favor of Trump before next year’s election.

“He is rebuilding the nation my son gave his life for. I feel like our country was rescued in November of 2016 from I don’t even know what, and I will fight with my last breath to get him re-elected in 2020,” she said.

Karen Vaughn, a Gold Star mom who lost her son, Navy SEAL Aaron Carson, in 2011, appeared on “Fox & Friends” with Voight.

Vaughn shares the acters strong affinity for President Trump.

“He is rebuilding the nation my son gave his life for. I feel like our country was rescued in November of 2016 from I don’t even know what, and I will fight with my last breath to get him re-elected in 2020,” she said.

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