Jon Voight Blasts Schiff and Pelosi: 'These People Are Not Well'
Conservative actor slams Democrat's impeachment inquiry
Conservative actor Jon Voight blasted the Democrats impeachment inquiry on Monday saying Americans are witnessing firsthand that House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff and Speaker Nancy Pelosi are "not well."
Speaking about the impeachment inquiry on "The Ingraham Angle," Voight said, "it's a lie."
"It's the culmination of a commitment to take down this president," Voight added.
Schiff commented on impeachment efforts during CNN's "State of the Union" on Sunday, saying, despite an "ironclad" case against the president, he couldn't say if his party will impeach Trump or not.
Voight said the inquiry was a way of "exposing the truth," adding the Democrats are acting in "bad behavior."
"I look at the statements of Nancy Pelosi; I look at this fellow Schiff, Adam Schiff. It's pretty clear there is something wrong here," Voight said.
"These people are not well, and the audience is seeing the bottom line just as they're seeing the bottom line with these debates. One ridiculous statement after another."
"That's who the Democratic Party is, and they're getting a view of it," Voight added.
Last week, President Trump awarded Voight with the prestigious National Medal of Arts during a ceremony at the White House.
During the service, Voight surprised the president with a dance to the music from Midnight Cowboy.
Voight stood up and started to dance on the stage while the Midnight Cowboy theme played through the loudspeaker as Trump began speaking.
President Trump appeared delighted by the jig and grinned and pumped his fist as Voight continued his performance.
Trump praised Voight as an actor of “astonishing range and depth,” recalling his performances in Deliverance, The Odessa Files, playing Franklin Delano Rosevelt in Pearl Harbor, and a role in the movie Ali.
“John captures the imagination of the audiences and dominates almost every single scene he’s in,” Trump said.
“He’s a special person.”