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Harrison Ford Believes America Lacks Moral Leadership, Says The Country Needs 'Complete Reform'

Hollywood legend Harrison Ford had a lot to say about the condition of America's moral leadership this past Wednesday.

While in Mexico City to promote his new film, "The Call of the Wild," Ford made it clear he believes the U.S. is morally corrupt.

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"We’re facing some real pressing issues in America and we’re working hard to sort them out," he said, before calling the U.S. immigration policy "ludicrous" and saying the nation needs a "complete reform."

"We need to invite people into the country, not keep them out."

"This is the history of America, it depends on immigration."

Ford continued, “Our position in the world is tenuous because of our lack of moral leadership, basically."

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"We lost some of our credibility in the world and we are anxious to regain it."

He then spoke out against the political attacks that have been made on the *scientific proof* of climate change.

"Science is being denigrated," he explained.

"Science is being ridiculed by people in ideological campgrounds. They are refusing the wisdom, the discipline of science in favor of a political point of view and that has to stop.”

"I consider the threat of the natural world as the single biggest threat to humanity."

He praised young activists like Greta Thunberg for their work.

"I certainly applaud Greta… her activism, her role in representing the interests of young people."

He continued: "I admire her courage, her fortitude, and also admire her capacity to express herself."

"I believe young people throughout the world know that it has to stop and are capable and willing to make the sacrifices to make that happen," he concluded.