by Ruby Henley
The great Steven Seagal speaks out not only about the NFL protests, but he also about the Trump Presidency. I have always admired Seagal, and his many attributes including his strength, his helping law enforcement in New Orleans, and his skill in martial arts. Whatever, you say about Steven Seagal, you have to say he is a very straightforward human being. He stands up for what he believes in, and he does not care who he offends. In saying that, he is very much like President Trump, as both men are very much in command.
New Russian citizen Steven Seagal bashed the “disgusting” NFL player protests in a live interview from Moscow with the Kremlin in the background. He, also, set the record straight on the current “Russian collusion” investigation here in the United States. I agree with every word he said, and I must say it was very revealing.
“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,” Seagal told Piers Morgan on ITV’s “Good Morning Britain” Wednesday. “This kind of propaganda is really a diversion.”
He also bashed American athletes who refuse to stand during the national anthem before games. “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.”
He added, “I think it’s outrageous, I think it’s a joke, it’s disgusting. I respect the American flag. 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.”
Seagal said that Putin did not have anything to do with “fixing” the election.
“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,” Seagal said, adding that this type of “astronomical propaganda” is nothing more than a “diversion.”
“Russia and America should be great allies, and that’s the way it should be,” he said.
He makes so much sense, and I agree with him 100%!
He went on to talk brilliantly about the current situation facing President Trump:
“I think that we have a really unfortunate situation in the sense that even though he was democratically elected,” Seagal explained, “there are so many people out there that don’t think that’s the case.”
“We have a ton of enemies within,” he added, noting that he sympathized with the president for having to deal with those same “enemies within” on a daily basis.
“We have these Democrats that have this whole other agenda to kind of — when I say Democrats it’s not just the Democrats — but there are this whole group of leftover ‘Obama-ites’ and people that feel they should … overthrow Trump,” Seagal said. “And any decisions he makes, anything that he tries to do, he gets blocked so often from the … enemies within, so it’s very difficult for him to do anything.”
Seagal announced he has made a new movie about “human trafficking.” The new Steven Seagal movie in which the 63-year-old actor plays a mercenary named John Alexander who, as the title suggests, is looking for Absolution for the many bad things he’s done. In the movie he delivers the martial arts fighting moves that he is famous for.
Here is the official trailer for ABSOLUTION:
I wish Steven Seagal all the luck with his new movie, and with his new life in Russia. He is a man I have always admired and always will.
by Ruby Henley