Actress and comedian Roseanne Barr, most famous for her role on the hit sitcom “Roseanne,” posted on X a photo of herself with former President Donald Trump on Friday.
In a post expressing gratitude for well-wishes on her birthday, Barr shared her photo with the former president, along with a caption suggesting the 2020 election was stolen from Trump.
“Thank you for the birthday wishes! My present was getting to meet the twice elected President of the United States!” Barr posted on X.
Barr is one of numerous celebrities who have shown support for Trump, including NFL legend Brett Favre, actors Dean Cain, Jim Caviezel and Kevin Sorbo, and rock star Ted Nugent.
Actor Jon Voight, known for films like “Deliverance” and “National Treasure,” has also been an outspoken supporter of the former president.
In a video posted in August, Voight slammed the Biden administration as a “corrupt mob” and praised Trump as a “man who wants to save America.”
“What are we to do? What have we become but a nation of destructive behavior? This is now a war, a war against all of us. The Biden administration is a corrupt mob and the Obama administration fuels the cycle. Let me warn you all that this corrupt behavior against President Trump is the most disgusting scheme to try and keep him down. And this is a horror,” Voight said.
“This system now allows criminals to steal from department stores and all they say is to watch and not do anything. And this is ok, to sit and allow these monsters to destroy hard-working designers and retailers. My God. My fellow Americans, this is a civil war. And this is the time we must stand for truths. If we don’t see this, you, your children, grandchildren, sisters, brothers will all pay the price for this default,” he continued.