'I'm Back!' Actor James Woods Said He'd Boycott Twitter But AOC's Nuttiness Lured Him Back—With a Vengeance

After he'd been kicked off Twitter for paraphrasing Ralph Waldo Emerson, actor James Woods said he would boycott the platform until it allowed free speech.

He said at the time:

“'If you try to kill the King, you better not miss.' #HangThemAll.”

Emerson's quote went like this:

“When you strike at a king, you must kill him.”

Twitter cut him off:

Eventually, the mini-social platform restored his account after telling him to be a good boy, but Woods said, "naw, I'm good."

Though Woods didn't get his stated wish from last spring, he came back to Twitter anyway on Thursday after he saw Alexandria Ocasio Cortes's exposition on how people can't pull themselves up by their own bootstraps. The Left has taken off on this "made it on my own" mentality in order to take a meat cleaver to American individualism.

Woods noticed.

He wrote:

"I’ve tried so hard this past year to live without the wealth of knowledge available on Twitter, but this kind of blazing insight can be found nowhere else, so... I’m back! #AOCStillAMoron"

He intimated that he hasn't missed the format much:

But people missed him and a welcome committee was dispatched to bestow a bouquet of flowers on him when he entered the arena:

Senator Ted Cruz joked:

Radio host Larry Elder:

Bill Clinton victim, Juanita Broaddrick:

The warm reaction gave Woods a case of the cries:

But it's James Woods, so he picked up where he left off. Democrat presidential candidates beware.

Elizabeth Warren:

Bernie Sanders:

Democrats in general:

He even posted up Hillary Clinton:

Mitt Romney:

Judging by his twitterpations, it probably won't be long before he's yanked from the format again. Enjoy the ride while you can.