In a passionate video posted to Twitter, actor Robert Davi tears Senator Chuck Schumer apart and accuses him of lying to the American people about the escalating crisis at the U.S.-Mexican border.
The American actor, most famous for his rolls in The Goonies, Die Hard, and License to Kill, posted the impassioned video to Twitter on January 9.
To the American people pic.twitter.com/oEkouZBnYL
— Robert Davi (@RobertJohnDavi) January 9, 2019
“My dear Mr. Schumer, I find what you’re doing is absolutely disingenuous,” Davi began, “You’re lying to the American people. How many times are you going to continue to sit there like a rotten corpse with a bold faced lie on your face? I saw you, sir, vote for the wall, you voted for a wall, sir, several years ago.”
Davi refers to the infamous 2013 “Gang of Eight” bill, which would have provided 700 miles of border fencing in exchange for a form of amnesty for illegal immigrants. All Senate Democrats, including Schumer, voted unanimously for this legislation.
“The American people don’t remember that?” Davi continued, “How come the networks aren’t showing your flip flopping? Show that, CNN, MSNBC. Show Schumer wanting a wall and now saying it’s unAmerican, it’s immoral.”
Davi continued his recording, demolishing the mainstream media as well as the Democrat leadership in Congress, accusing them of seeking to “gerrymander” the population, and coming from a “Marxist, socialist society and background.”
“What the hell is going on in this nation? People, wake up. See through their nonsense and through the media industrial complex.”
Davi joins a growing list of celebrities who have become unafraid to share their conservative views, including actor James Woods, who lost his “liberal agent” after becoming a vocal supporter of President Donald Trump on Twitter, and comedian Rob Schneider, who has become a vocal critical of political correctness, calling it “fascism with manners.”
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