Actor Randy Quaid took to Twitter on Thursday to lash out on perceived “voting fraud” during the presidential election. Quaid even says to “count him in” if a war has to take place to protect voting rights.
“We will never have a clearer path or better chance to shutdown the fully exposed pure evil of fake news and criminals (Obama) destroying our rights to an honest election,” he says. “I’m not saying it will happen but if we must go to war in our country to protect our democracy and free elections, if Trump makes that call, count me in. We must not bend an inch to this fraud being wage against our country.”
Perhaps best known for his role as “Cousin Eddie” in Christmas classic “National Lampoon: Christmas Vacation,” Quaid has a history of political outbursts. He is known as a supporter of President Donald Trump and often uses social media to endorse him. He also uses his social media accounts to bash democratic leadership.
Quaid Dramatically Read Trump Tweet
Quaid made headlines last year for performing a dramatic reading of Trump’s tweet calling out Better Midler. With a strobe light, Quaid used a menacing drawl to read Trump’s tweet on Middler, according to The Wrap.
“Washed up psycho Bette Midler was forced to apologize for a statement she attributed to me that turned out to be totally fabricated by her in order to make your great president look really bad,” Quaid says in the video. “She got caught, just like the Fake News Media gets caught. A sick scammer!”
The tweet raised questions for some in regards to Quaid’s mental health. Others point out his history of reading Trump tweets aloud in dramatic ways, according to Newsweek.
In other recent news regarding Randy Quaid, he also took to Twitter on Veterans Day to call for “honest and transparent” election results. Learn more here.