Steven Seagal made an appearance from Moscow on the Good Morning Britain television program in which Piers Morgan asked him about President Trump and the NFL.
Morgan asks, “A lot of Americans see Putin as the enemy. But a lot of Americans also have a pretty dim view of your current President in the United States. What is your view of Donald Trump and his presidency so far?”
Seagal is not your typical, brain-dead leftist actor spewing the customary untreated effluent. He says, “I think that, you know, we have a really unfortunate situation in the sense that even though he was democratically elected, there are so many people out there who don’t feel that that’s the case.”
He continues, “And we have just, you know, a ton of enemies within. We have these Democrats that have this whole other agenda to kind of, when I say Democrats it’s not just the Democrats but this whole group of leftover Obamaites and people who feel that they should really, sort of kind of, overthrow Trump.”
Seagal notes, “Any decisions he makes, anything that he tries to do, he gets blocked so often from, you know, sort of the enemies within. So it’s very difficult for him to do anything.” Morgan moves to the NFL players and their attacks on the national anthem.
Seagal’s response is spot-on. He says, “I believe in free speech, I believe that everyone’s entitled to their own opinion, but I don’t agree that they should hold the United States of America or the world hostage by taking a venue where people are tuning in to watch a football game and imposing their political views. I think it’s outrageous. I think it’s a joke. It’s disgusting.”
He says, “I respect the American flag and I, myself, have risked my life countless times for the American flag. And I don’t understand or agree with this kind of behavior. I think it’s an outrage.”
Morgan goes on to point out that some might find a conflict in the fact that Seagal is making those comments from Moscow, noting the belief among libtards in America that Putin influenced the election.
Seagal once again injects reality and so uncommon common sense into the discussion. He says, “Why don’t we really be honest here, Piers. Let’s be really honest. Every country is involved in espionage. Every single country. The Americans spy, the British spy, the Russians spy. We all spy on each other. Let’s be honest.”
“However,” he says, “For anyone to think that Vladimir Putin had anything to do with fixing the elections or even that the Russians have that kind of technology is stupid. We have a situation here where really all of this is happening, in my opinion, from astronomical propaganda and this kind of propaganda is really a diversion, creating a diversion so that the people in the United States of America won’t really see what’s happening.”
Seagal says, “And I think most of the people in the United States of America and most of the people in Russia want to like each other. And we need each other. Russia and America should be great allies and that’s the way it should be.”
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