'People know nothing about the real case – they need to be schooled.' Oscar winner Jon Voight defends his controversial pro-life film Roe v. Wade as Facebook refuses to authorize ads promoting the movie | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


'People know nothing about the real case – they need to be schooled.' Oscar winner Jon Voight defends his controversial pro-life film Roe v. Wade as Facebook refuses to authorize ads promoting the movie

Oscar winner Jon Voight has come out fighting to defend his controversial pro-life film Roe v. Wade, a movie about the US abortion law, insisting critics 'know nothing.'

Conservative actor Voight asserted to DailyMailTV that his 'really good' new project will educate many on the subject, which has prompted decades of heated debates and outrage.

The movie, set for release next month, was shot in secret as filmmakers feared backlash from pro-choice activists and has prompted huge outrage on social media.

But Voight, 80, who plays Nixon-nominated US Supreme Court Justice Warren Burger in the film, and writer Nick Loeb have urged critics to stay quiet until they see the movie in theaters.

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