James Woods’ Liberal Agent Quits Repping Him, Woods Responds on Twitter

If you follow this page, then you know the way we feel about conservative actor James Woods. Well, on the 4th of July, James Woods’ liberal agent Ken Kaplan decided he was feeling “patriotic” and it was time to stop repping Woods.

In the email Kaplan was very short and to the point. He said that due to it being Independence Day, he was feeling “patriotic.” He then added that he could go on a rant, but they both know what he’d say.

You might be expecting Woods to rip the guy in half in a response on Twitter. He did, but in a friendly way. Woods took the high road and still exposed the flawed thinking of his agent.

Per Daily Wire:

Woods, one of the protean actors of his generation, (witness his plethora of bravura performances, including what is possibly the most riveting performance in the last fifty years in the TV movie “Promise,” for which he won an Emmy) has become legendary for his no-nonsense tweets decimating leftists across the board, which you can see here, hereherehereherehereherehereherehereherehereherehere, and here.

Unlike the majority of actors, Woods’ intelligence is clear to see; he majored in political science at MIT before he left to pursue acting. He has appeared in over 130 films and television series, and was nominated for an Oscar twice, once for Best Actor in the 1986 film “Salvador,” and once for Best Supporting Actor in the 1996 film “Ghosts of Mississippi.”

Awesome stuff from Woods. Time and time again he exposes the left. If you are looking for a pick-me-up, then check out our James Woods archives. You won’t be let down.

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