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Weaponization of the Justice System’ Hollywood Actor Says He’s Now Voting for Trump

A famous Hollywood actor went on Piers Morgan Uncensored and admitted he wasn’t going to vote for Trump.

That was until he watched the news coming out about the trials.

During a recent TV interview, Dennis Quaid said that what really made him vote for former President Trump wasn’t politics, but something he called the ‘weaponization of the justice system.’

He also mentioned Trump’s policy record.

Quaid went on to say, ‘People might call him an a–hole, but he’s my a–hole.’

The people’s President. That’s Trump!


Fox News reports:

Dennis Quaid argued during a recent television interview that, rather than politics, it was the “weaponization of the justice system” and his policy record that ultimately convinced him to vote for former president Trump.

“People might call him an a–hole, but he’s my a–hole,” the Hollywood actor declared.

Quaid has been in Hollywood hits like “Traffic” (2000), “Dragonheart” (1996), and portrays President Ronald Reagan in the 2024 biopic, “Reagan,” which will premiere in August.

“I think I’m gonna vote for him in the next election,” the actor told host Piers Morgan of “Piers Morgan Uncensored” on Tuesday. “It just makes sense. I was ready not to vote for Trump, until what I saw is, more than politics, I see a weaponization of our justice system and a challenge to our Constitution.”

“Trump is the most investigated person, probably in the history of the world, and they haven’t been able to really get him on anything,” he added.

When asked by Morgan whether one has to like Trump to vote for him, Quaid replied that he cringed at some of Trump’s past rhetoric, “But as president… the only thing I liked about Trump was everything he did.”

“What he did with Korea, with Rocket Baby, the way he defeated ISIS in three weeks. You know, people don’t even remember it happened so fast. How he stood up for us overseas. The way he responded to China. He stands up to people and that’s what makes him a leader. Rather than, what I kind of compare it to, what was going on in Jimmy Carter’s administration, where we’re trying to be everybody’s friend and pal,” he said.

“And there’s some evil people and bad actors in this world and so, you know, people might call [Trump] an a–hole but he’s my a–hole,” Quaid said.


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