Jon Voight says in video that keeping Trump in power is 'greatest fight since Civil War’ and a battle against SATAN

ACTOR Jon Voight has claimed keeping Donald Trump in power is the “greatest fight since Civil War” and compared Joe Biden to Satan.

Voight, an outspoken Trump supporter, condemned anyone celebrating Biden’s victory in the bizarre video, which was posted with the caption "We all know the truth".

He said: “My fellow Americans, I stand here with all the feelings I do, disgusted with this lie that Biden has been chosen.

“As if we all don’t know the truth. And when one tries to deceive, we know that one can’t get away with it, there will be a price to pay,” added the Academy Award winning actor.

Voight hit out at anyone celebrating Biden’s win, saying: “The ones who are jumping for joy now are jumping toward the horror they will be in for.

“I know the promises being made from the left to the American people will never come to be. My friends from all colors, races and religions, this is now our greatest fight since the civil war," Voight said.

The 81-year-old then goes on to compare president-elect Biden to Satan.

“The battle of righteousness versus Satan. Yes, Satan, because these leftists are evil, corrupt and they want to tear down this nation. We must not allow this,” he said.

Voight then goes on to share with viewers that the only option left is to turn to God.

“We must fight this corruption that has taken over and fight for the good that seems lost.

“Let us give our trust to God and fight now for Trump’s victory because we all know this ballot count is corruption like they are, so let us not back down,” he added.

Voight ends his video with a Muhammad Ali reference.

“Let us fight this fight as it is our last fight on earth. As Muhammad Ali said, ‘It’s not over til the last punch you have.’ God Bless.”

Voight’s video is just another example of his public support for President Trump.

On May 4, 2020, Voight shared a video on Twitter that showed him praying for the president and calling him “a magnificent soul,” while praising Trump over national issues such as his response to the coronavirus pandemic.

Most recently, Voight received criticism from his Ray Donovan co-star, Eddie Marsan, who mocked the 81-year-old on Twitter.

Marsan shared a photo of he and Voight on set along with an endorsement of Biden.

The tweet read, “Hey America, I know this is the most important election ever & the survival of your democratic institutions and the soul of America is at stake.

“But…. can we just take it back to me for a second. Please vote for Joe Biden, I can’t spend another 4 years listening to this bullsh**,” Marsan wrote.

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