James Woods, who is known for portraying Max Renn in David Cronenberg’s “Videodrome,” is now best associated with his Twitter account -- one that was suspended from the platform last spring after he violated the site's rules. After months of silence on the platform, he returned to Twitter on Thursday night and his presence was quickly noticed by fellow users.

Woods, 72, a very outspoken Republican and supporter of U.S. President Donald Trump, wasted no time putting Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on blast. One of his tweets read:

“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.”

The criticism surrounded AOC's comments about “bootstrapping,” an idea she claimed started out as a joke to comment on the physical impossibility of something. She designated the meaning to people who don’t have to work for their positions of power in a tweet she shared, in regards to Jared Kushner possibly taking a position at the White House. The controversial statement attracted criticism from conservatives everywhere, including the outspoken Woods.

Woods’ Twitter barrage didn’t end there. In his return, he also slammed former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and several current U.S. Democratic Presidential candidates, among others.

His 2.1 million followers apparently showed him an overwhelming amount of support upon his return, prompting a rare emotional response from the actor.

However, his return also prompted a lot of discussion and backlash. Many people criticized Woods for his tweets targeting Democrats and others lamented about him getting his account back.

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Actor James Woods is pictured on April 9, 2013, at the premiere of "To The Wonder" in West Hollywood, California. Getty Images