James Woods, a veteran actor who's appeared in more than 60 motion pictures, won a Golden Globe and has been nominated for an Academy Award, believes his days in Hollywood are numbered.
Because Woods, 66, has been outspoken on social media in his criticism of President Barack Obama and liberal policies.
"I don't expect to work again," Woods tweeted when asked if he was concerned about getting work in Tinseltown after hammering the Obama administration. "I think Barack Obama is a threat to the integrity and future of the Republic. My country first."
"This president is a true abomination," Woods tweeted Tuesday night. "To have barricaded the WW2 vets, but allow illegal aliens privilege..."
While Woods has since tweeted he can count his detractors "on one hand," he adds that he's been "blessed" and "overwhelmed" by support for his stances numbering in the "thousands," including an encouraging message from fellow actor Gary Sinise.
Woods did have a response about civility for those on the left, however:
Woods' conservative stances have included criticism toward the Obama administration over the federal government shutdown, Obamacare, the Benghazi attack, and the national debt, the Hollywood Reporter noted.
He also quipped on Twitter that “dead democrats can vote multilingually now" in reference to non-citizens monitoring polling places in California.
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