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Jon Voight Bravely And Accurately Calls Out The Liberal Media Bias

“The media has been taken over by this administration,” (Jon) Voight, an outspoken Hollywood conservative, said in an interview with TheDC. “It’s not less than what has happened in Venezuela with Hugo Chavez, really, because you can’t get the information through. I’m giving you this because I want to get the press my opinion. You can put it in any way you want to. But, it’s become pure propaganda and we should be appalled.

“I mean look at the main media is not going to cover the Republican convention?” Voight added as an example. “This is propaganda, pure and simply. They say, ‘well, we’ll give them an hour.’ They’ll edit an hour – well, what will they edit out? What is the story they will tell? Do you understand?

“Guys, you should be appalled,” Voight continued. “America, guys, wake up. You should be appalled that they can get away with it, that they can attack – the Republican Party is a victim of a bias, of a destructive bias against the Republican Party. It’s been going on for all this time and it’s getting worse and worse. And, now this? Come on, people, stand up.

Voight said he thinks Mitt Romney will win the upcoming election.”    More un-Voighting comments: here

It’s refreshing to grasp the occasional breath of fresh air blowing out of the Hollywood hills, which is usually mired down heap’n, steam’n leftist propaganda.

Thank you Mr. Voight for taking a standing, standing up . . .  and risk losing your career to the liberal political bigots, who do the hiring and firing in Hollywood.

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