Hollywood Star: ‘Weaponization Of Justice System’ Pushed Me To Vote For Trump

(Republican Party News) – Actor Dennis Quaid conducted a recent TV interview where he revealed that it wasn’t the politics of former President Donald Trump that convinced him to vote for the real estate mogul, but the “weaponization of the justice system” and policies he enacted while in the Oval Office. I think a lot of people have that very same story. Many individuals came around on the former president after seeing that he was a man of his word. And, of course, witnessing all of the nasty, dirty tricks employed by the radical left to try and destroy him, his family, and his life’s work, including the over 90 plus charges brought against Trump in four indictments by progressives in the justice system.

“People might call him an a–hole, but he’s my a–hole,” the Hollywood actor proudly declared. You know, that’s one way of looking at it, right? Trump can be very tough, gruff, and a little uncouth, but you always know where you stand with him and what you are going to get when he is involved.

According to Fox News, “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.”

And let’s not forget my personal favorite film of Quaid’s, ‘The Rookie.’

“I think I’m gonna vote for him in the next election,” the actor said during a conversation with 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 continued during the interview.

When the actor was asked by Morgan if a person has to like the former president in order to cast a ballot for him in the election, Quaid divulged that he himself cringed at some of the comments Trump has made in the past, before saying, “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 explained.

“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 stated.

“I’ll tell you one true thing about him is that I really feel that he is working for the American people. That’s what he’s all about, and I do believe that to be true and sincere,” Quaid told Morgan.

The actor then provided his thoughts on President Joe Biden, saying, “I don’t feel he’s at the helm, I don’t feel he’s there… I feel that he says things to get votes, not that he truly believes them. And now I’m really gonna get some blowback, but that’s the way I feel.”

He closed out his appearance on the program by stating that he hopes the American people can heal from all of the political division and become united once again after the election is over, regardless of the winner, saying “It doesn’t have to be the end of the world, whoever is elected.”

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