Angelina Jolie’s father Jon Voight has called Miley and Shia LaBeouf traitors. It was because of their participation in the Women’s March held simultaneously in various cities. Read on for more details.
In an interview with TMZ, Voight called the march against the government and the president as destructive and very serious. It was a peaceful rally in protest Donald Trump. The issues are about Trump’s politics, personality and his comments about women. Approximately 500,000 women protesters filled the entire Washington, DC area.
Both celebrities are some of the active participants at the Women’s March. Miley Cyrus carried a Planned Parenthood support sign. LeBeouf staged a lifestream resistance of his own called He Will Not Divide Us.
Angelina Jolie’s Father Jon Voight Criticized Celebrities Who Joined Anti-Trump March
Hollywood Gossip also reported that Angelina Jolie’s father objected to the two women’s acts. He said in an interview, “It’s very serious and very destructive, this marching against the government and against the president. Very, very serious.” He also said, “The march was anti-government and the president, trying to denigrate his office and his presidency, and that’s no good.”
Voight further explained that the Wrecking Ball singer and the American Honey actor are models of the youth. With what they are doing, they are also teaching the young generation to do treason and to rebel against the government. Aside from that, he thinks that the two celebrities persuade them not to accept the final decision in choosing Trump over Hillary Clinton.
The 78-year-old also slammed the Hollywood celebrities who joined the march because seeing those makes him sad. He did not spare Madonna’s outburst in her interest in blowing the White House down. Voight said that she deserves criticism for what she said.
He ended the interview with a defense of Donald Trump saying that he does not deserve all those lies against him when all he wanted was to “make America great again.” Angelina Jolie’s father Jon Voight is entitled to his own opinions. But Cyrus, Labeouf, Madonna and the rest of the women that joined the march are entitled to their own too.
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