In a recent scuffle on the platform formerly known as Twitter, actor James Woods took on JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon in his usual amusing way. Woods, known for his unfiltered and blunt commentary, had some choice words for Dimon after the CEO made controversial statements about seizing citizen-owned property for climate initiatives. Woods publicly taunted Dimon, telling him he better “come in heavy.” And why shouldn’t Woods call him out? Dimon’s comments demonstrate a clear elitist agenda and a lack of regard for individual property rights.
It’s no surprise that Dimon, the head of a prestigious financial firm, would have such a condescending attitude. In his annual letter to shareholders, he advocated for using eminent domain to support renewable energy projects like solar and wind. But here’s the thing: pipelines were also mentioned in his letter. Last time we checked, you can’t transport solar or wind power through pipelines. So what’s the deal, Dimon? Are you just throwing out buzzwords to appease the progressive left?
You better come in heavy, champ. pic.twitter.com/y0YWo184oW
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) September 19, 2023
This incident is just another example of how out of touch these elites are with the everyday American. They don’t care about individual liberties or the economic consequences of their grand plans. They just want to push their agenda and trample on the rights of hard-working citizens. Thankfully, James Woods isn’t afraid to speak up and call out these hypocrites. We need more people like him who are willing to stand up for what’s right and expose the true intentions of those in power.
It’s time for Americans to take a stand against these elitists who prioritize their own interests over the well-being of the country. James Woods is leading the way in holding them accountable, and we couldn’t be more thrilled to have him on our side. As he continues to use his platform to speak truth to power, let’s rally behind him and make sure our voices are heard. The fight for individual liberties and limited government is far from over, and we need all the help we can get to make a real difference. Thank you, James Woods, for being a voice of reason in the midst of this chaos.