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Actor Jon Voight Endorses Violent Rebellion, Says 2020 Election Is ‘Battle of Righteousness Versus Satan’

Actor Jon Voight, an outspoken supporter of President Donald Trump, released a video on Twitter Tuesday afternoon trashed the 2020 election, Democrats, and President-Elect Joe Biden.

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Voight’s call to incite violence as a way of overturning the results of an election – and by extension, overthrowing the democratically-elected government – tap dances along the dotted line of sedition.

“My fellow Americans, I stand here with all that feel as I do, disgusted with this lie that Biden has been chosen, as if we all don’t know the truth,” the two-minute spot begins. “And when one tries to deceive, we know one can’t get away with it. There will be a price to pay.”

Voight’s message darkens further as he prods supporters of the president to prepare for the fight of their lives.

“The ones that are jumping for joy now are jumping toward the horror they will be in for, because I know that the promises being made from the left to the American people will never come to be,” he said. ”

My friends of all colors, races, and religions, this is now our greatest fight since the Civil War – the battle of righteousness versus Satan. Yes, Satan, because these leftists are evil, corrupt, and they want to tear down this nation,” Voight continued. “We must not allow this. We must fight this corruption that has taken over, and fight for the good that seems lost.”

Even more disturbing was Voight encouraging right-wing activists to “give our trust to God, and fight now for Trump’s victory because we all know this ballot count is corruption like they are.”

Twitter placed a flag on the video stating that “this claim about election fraud is disputed,” because there is no evidence of voter fraud or “corruption” relating to the 2020 election.

Nor are there any legitimate means of “fighting” – violently as Voight recommended – to change the vote totals.

“So let us not back down. Let us fight this fight as if it is our last fight on Earth,” Voight concluded. “As Muhammed Ali said, ‘it’s not ever ’til the last punch you have.’ God bless.”

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