Randy Quaid Calls for ‘Honest, Democratic and Transparent’ Election Results on Veterans Day 2020

by Quentin Blount

Actor Randy Quaid took to social media on Wednesday and used Veteran’s Day to call for “honest and transparent” election results.

Quaid tweeted on Wednesday evening saying that United States veterans deserve honest results from the 2020 presidential election.

“People who fight for our freedom, I mean literally put there lives on the line, need to know, deserve to know our elections are honest, democratic and f—— transparent!!! #TrumpPence2020 #VeteransDay2020,” Quaid wrote on Twitter.

However, this isn’t the first time that the actor, known for his National Lampoon’s Vacation role, declared a mass conspiracy regarding the presidential election.

On Twitter last week, Quaid wrote, “JOE THE CARTEL TOOL DID NOT WIN!!!” In a separate tweet, he added, “LEGAL votes decide who is president, not the Fake News cartel!”

Randy Quaid Believes Voter Fraud Happened in 2020 Election

In the days leading up to and after Election Day, Quaid insisted there was massive voter fraud at play in the 2020 election. He’s also re-tweeted several of Trump’s messages in which the president himself said the election was being “stolen” from him.

In one tweet, Quad wrote, “Fake News put out false information intentionally in favor of their tool of a candidate, willfully & eagerly endorsing the mail-in ballot scam that put millions of bogus ballots in play under the guise of COVID safety concerns.”

The brother of actor Dennis Quaid, Randy Quaid starred in a number of films in the 1980s and 90s. He had a memorable role in the film Independence Day. He received Emmy nominations in 1984 for A Street Car Named Desire and in 2005 for an Elvis biopic. But in the late 2000s, Quaid retreaded from the limelight.

Meanwhile, the actor found himself in legal trouble on several occasions, including burglary in California. And for a brief time, he and his wife sought asylum in Canada.

According to Vanity Fair, that was to escape the warrants in California. Since then, the actor has been known for his sometimes out-there views. For instance, in 2018, Quaid accused the Golden Globes of using Israeli contract killers to protect a “ring of pedophiles and rapists,” according to PopCulture.