Jon Voight Calls Out Miley Cyrus And Shia LaBeouf For ‘Teaching Treason’ Against Trump

Katie Jerkovich | Contributor

Jon Voight called out performers like Miley Cyrus and Shia LaBeouf for “teaching treason” against President Donald Trump.

On Tuesday, the 78-year-old actor told TMZ that the Cyrus’ participation in the Women’s March the day after the inauguration was “very serious and very destructive, this marching against the government and against the president.” (RELATED: Jon Voight’s Plea To Save America: Elect Donald Trump President)


Angelina Jolie’s dad also went after LaBeouf who attacked the president the day Trump took office with a project titled, “he will not divide us.”

“What was the march about,” Voight asked. “The march was against the government and against this president, trying to denigrate his office and his presidency, and that’s no good. And when you see the young people, like Shia LaBeouf and Miley Cyrus, and they have a lot of followers.”

“Young people are looking at them, and what are they teaching,” he added. “They’re teaching treason. They’re teaching going up against the government, not accepting the will of the people on this presidency. And it’s a very sad day, really, when I see this.”

“This Hollywood group, I find it — it’s a very sad thing for me to witness what they’re doing but they have a lot of influence — a huge amount of influence,” he continued. “So, it’s no good.”

Cyrus has shared numerous posts from the Los Angeles march on Instagram with her 59.4 million followers.

She captioned one post, “[email protected] @happyhippiefdn @womensmarch @womensmarchla #womensmarchla #WMLA #whyimarch #hearourvoice @hillaryclinton #strongertogether.”

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Katie Jerkovich



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