“Regardless of who the president is, the spirit of America is always going to be great,” Foxx said.
Foxx added that the country was set up by the Founding Fathers in such a way that even if things “go off the rails,” the country will be able to protect itself.
The comedian then suggested what he thought the country needed to do now that the election was over, and it’s not something liberals wanted to hear.
He said we needed to work together and not be angry about every decision that will be made. He also suggested that we should go back to being courteous to one another because that’s something that makes America great.
He said, “When you travel outside America and see how other countries are run, you will run back here.”
Words of truth.
Take a look at a portion of the interview:
Though Foxx worked in some “inclusivity” talk of a sort not dear to us here at Conservative Tribune, we appreciate his pro-American stance and his criticism of Rosie O’Donnell, Madonna, Alec Baldwin, Michael Moore and other celebrity elitists who continued to attack Trump and his supporters.
It’s so refreshing to hear someone in Hollywood talk about how fantastic and resilient America is, because it’s true. You wouldn’t know it by listening to Democrats whine. If you believed liberals, you’d think America was a horrible place to live and that Trump was only going to make it worse.
Foxx put his career on the line by talking about what makes America great, but he couldn’t be more right.