The O.C.'s Samaire Armstrong pledges support for Donald in upcoming ...

Samaire Armstrong took to Instagram on Wednesday with a detailed post and clip in which she said she was supporting President Donald in upcoming presidential election, after days earlier expressing her ire for the organization Black Lives Matter.

'I’m voting #2020, and this is why,' the actress, 39, captioned the clip. 'This is MY opinion. I am sharing it with you at the cost of everything, because it is my right. It is your right to refute it. What I hope comes from this, is that we are able to have an open dialogue.'

Armstong, who played the role of Anna Stern on The O.C. from 2003 until 2006, said that she feels many people 'in our great country who have been bullied into silence at the doing of a far left mob.'

The latest: Samaire Armstrong, 39, took to Instagram on Wednesday with a detailed post and clip in which she said she was supporting President Donald Trump in upcoming presidential election, after days earlier expressing her ire for the organization Black Lives Matter

The latest: Samaire Armstrong, 39, took to Instagram on Wednesday with a detailed post and clip in which she said she was supporting President Donald in upcoming presidential election, after days earlier expressing her ire for the organization Black Lives Matter

The Dirty Sexy Money star wrote the time has come to 'stop placating to the emotionally undeveloped, who have an inability to process the meaning of personal responsibility, as if they are the cultural guide of which we should follow.'

The Resurrection star said that she hoped her statement would encourage others to speak their 'opinion, no matter how unpopular it may be,' noting that 'freedom of speech,' 'logic' and 'critical thinking must be restored.'

In the clip, Armstrong said she's an independent voter, and questioned the effectiveness of Democratic leaders including , former President Barack Obama and former Vice President and current Presidential nominee Joe Biden.

'They might look present and placate and pander very well but they're not doing anything - and that's why they hate so much,' she said.

Stating her case: The Dirty Sexy Money star wrote the time has come to 'stop placating to the emotionally undeveloped, who have an inability to process the meaning of personal responsibility'

Stating her case: The Dirty Sexy Money star wrote the time has come to 'stop placating to the emotionally undeveloped, who have an inability to process the meaning of personal responsibility'

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