Hollywood Actor, Poker Pro James Woods Says He Will Sue the DNC

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Nagesh Rath
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Poker player, Hollywood actor and staunch conservative James Woods, speaking on Fox News Tucker Carlson Show, said he plans to sue the Democratic Party for damage they apparently caused to his career.

Woods reacted to allegations that the DNC and Twitter colluding to suspend him from the social media platform.

"I literally just walked in the door. I was at the firing range, believe it or not. Which I guess now that I don't have any First Amendment rights, I'm glad that I still have some Second Amendment rights."

Twitter's new owner, Elon Musk, released information he claims shows that the social media platform disproportionately favored Democrats on content moderation before the billionaire took control.

One released screenshot seems to show a dialogue between workers at the company where two tweets are flagged, including one by Woods, as "an additional report from DNC."


The Hollywood actor is known for his work in the films The Onion Field, Videodrome, Casino, Chaplin and even Rob Reiner's Ghosts of Mississippi.  Reiner is among Hollywood's most outspoken Liberals.

In recent years, Woods is known as one of the most prolific celebrity poker players.

- Nagesh Rath, Gambling911.com

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