Jon Voight harangued President Obama and the Democratic Party on Sunday, saying that he predicted five years ago that "Obama would take the country apart."
The 75-year-old Oscar-winner stated on Fox News
' "Huckabee" that, "Piece by piece, that he would cause a civil war in this country. In hindsight, we can see how many things have come to pass."
Among his political grievances, he mentioned the collapse of Iraq, the Benghazi scandal, the IRS's targeting of conservative groups, the VA's treatment of war veterans, the immigration and border crisis, as well as the Hobby Lobby Supreme Court case.
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In what appeared to be a prepared statement, he began with Iraq.
"My greatest heartache is that we sacrificed thousands of American heroes liberating Iraq, only for President Obama to pull out all troops, leaving Iraq now to be taken over by the terrorists," he said facing the camera. "What does he say about that? Nothing."
He continued, moving on to U.S.-Russian relations, which have fallen apart after Russian's invasion of Ukraine.
"Gov. Romney warned us about Russia's aggressions. Now, we have seen his concerns come to fruition. What does Obama say about that? Nothing."
Turning to the current crisis in Israel, Voight stated, "He has been warned numerous times by Prime Minister Netanyahu that our most dangerous enemy now is Iran, who will most definitely have the nuclear bomb, and it will not be for peaceful purposes, it will be to destroy Israel and America as they have stated, and we certainly can believe these threats."
In addition to criticizing Obama, Voight also decried the work of DNC chair Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz.
"Debbie Wasserman Schultz is the gang leader for all the wrong information to our young women, convincing them that Republicans are stopping their liberties and freedoms of reproduction when the truth is, as the Supreme Court upheld, that religious freedoms are being infringed upon."
Voight, star of the classic 1969 movie "Midnight Cowboy," currently co-stars on Showtime's "Ray Donovan."
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