Outspoken conservative John Voight says “God will show his face,” according to The Daily Wire.
“[Americans] just feel so downtrodden. And there’s just a tremendous sadness, almost, you know, like where do we go from here?” Candace Owens asked voight.
“It doesn’t feel like we have our country. There’s so much division, there’s so much hate, there’s so much bad rhetoric.”
“And it feels like the people that have the most power are trying to do the most damage.”
“Well, I agree with what you’re saying,” Voight said
“But my answer to all of this, this cloud that’s over us, this dark cloud, is that God is in his seat.”
“God will show his face. And those who are blessed to see the truth like yourself will show us the way out and God will be exposing things as we go. We will rise again.”
“There’s a reason why we say, ‘In God we trust.’”
“Because we do. And God is written in every part of our story. So we’re not going to disappear.”
“We’re not going to be destroyed like the many other countries that have been attacked by socialism, communism, Marxism. We’re going to survive this, and the truth will prevail.”
“I’m very glad to be looking at your faces out there, to know that you know that truth.”
“And to see these wonderful people that Candace brings in front of us.”
“You know, that shows you that we have very, very strong, very brilliant, very loving, very courageous people that are going to show us the way, help us out,” Voight stated.
From The Daily Wire:
In a June 22 interview with Candace Owens, Oscar-winning actor Jon Voight said while America seems to be experiencing a dark night of the soul due to hateful rhetoric, racial division, and the rise of socialist policies, he believes the nation will recover her founding vision.
Voight said he’s encouraged by stories he reads in the Bible that demonstrate that, ultimately, those who are trying to sow discord and strife will be the ones to experience trouble.
Calling the United States “God’s country,” Voight argued that Americans’ religious faith will preserve the nation for future generations.
“I think there’s just somebody in [the Hollywood cancel club] that’s a friend of mine,” he kidded. “I think they cancel me every day. And somebody goes …” he waved with a dismissive hand gesture.