"Let us stand for this truth that President Trump is the greatest president since Abraham Lincoln".
He continued, "I'm here today to tell you, my fellow Americans, that our country is stronger, safer and with more jobs because our president has made his every move correct".
Uploading two down-the-barrel videos to his Twitter account, the actor makes various sweeping statements such as the Left's "absurd words of destruction" and - yes you're reading this right - "President Trump is the greatest president since Abraham Lincoln".
"And President Lincoln, who sits here with us". He then denounced the "political left" and said that "we are the people of this nation that is witnessing triumph".
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"America's response. Part 2", the user captioned the tweet. In another message to the American people, Voight sent his support for Fox News host Laura Ingraham, a conservative talk show host, who the actor says should be cherished as she believes in the "truth". Why not just one 90-second clip? - in which he whined and complained about the liberal left not supporting Trump before making his outrageous Lincoln claim.
"He's a patriot, and the people are responding because they know it's exactly what has to happen", he said in 2016, according to Page Six.
Others, however, sent rolling-eyes memes and dismissed him as "crazy as hell" for his comments, or suggested that maybe Trump had written the script for Voight's videos.