Alyssa Milano Calls Jon Voight 'F-Lister Trying to Stay Relevant' After His Pro-Trump Videos

Alyssa Milano has become an A-list activist who was recently called a "C-list" celebrity by Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp. On Saturday, Milano called actor Jon Voight an "F-lister' who was trying to "stay relevant" after he released two videos that showed immense support of President Donald Trump.

Milano's grading system followed a two-part video released on Twitter late Friday, with Voight calling Trump the "greatest president since Abraham Lincoln."

"People of the Republican Party, I know you will agree with me when I say our president has our utmost respect and our love," Voight said. "This job is not easy, for he's battling the left and their absurd words of destruction."

Milano snapped back towards Voight, saying his words are why "Republicans discredit actors and our political views," Milano tweeted herself on Saturday.

"Stay in your lane, Jon!" she tweeted.

"Has been!"

"F-lister trying to stay relevant!"

"Nobody cares what an out of touch actor thinks!"

Milano recently became a vocal opponent of states passing strict abortion laws, even calling for women to hold a "sex strike" after Georgia passed its anti-abortion law. She got great support and vicious backlash after she called for the strike on May 10.

"Our reproductive rights are being erased," Milano tweeted then. "Until women have legal control over our own bodies we just cannot risk pregnancy.

"JOIN ME by not having sex until we get bodily autonomy back.

"I'm calling for a #SexStrike. Pass it on."

Kemp then called Milano a "C-list" celebrity who was simply "squawking."

"We're elected to do what's right – and standing up for precious life is always the right thing to do," Kemp said. "We are the party of freedom and opportunity. We value and protect innocent life — even though that makes C-list celebrities squawk."

In Voight's videos, he said the nation is doing well under Trump's leadership, and called for Republicans to not "be fooled" by the left.

"Don't be fooled by the political left," Voight said in his video. "Because we are the people of this nation that is witnessing triumph."

Voight, 80, has played acting roles for five decades, including his quick rise to stardom playing in Midnight Cowboy alongside Dustin Hoffman in 1969, and he played prominent roles in Deliverance and Coming Home, which won him an Oscar for Best Actor.

Milano, 46, became famous for her role as Samantha Micelli on TV's Who's the Boss from 1984-92. She won favorite TV actress three straight years (1988-90) for the Kids' Choice Awards and won a pair of Young Artist Awards in the 1980's for her work on Who's the Boss.