The Left love to portray themselves as warm caring bleeding hearts, and Conservatives as violent. Yet another of their lies!
In a menacing malevolent Twitter rant, actor John Cusack said he wants “a Satanic death cult center” for FoxNews, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, former GOP Majority Leader Dick Armey, and “all GOP welfare freaks.”
I have no great love for Fox, Newt, or Dick, but it never ceases to amaze me how seemingly “nice” celebrities actually are full of spite and venom.
News to Cusack: The last year Armey was Majority Leader was 1993, which is SEVEN years ago, and the last year Gingrich was House Speaker was 1999, which is ELEVEN years ago. And yet Cusack can still work up that much bile about them. No wonder Cusack couldn’t hack college and dropped out after only a year….
John Cusack Calls for ‘Satanic Death’ of Fox News, GOP Leaders
By Jo Piazza – FoxNews – August 31, 2010
Actor John Cusack went on a caustic Twitter rampage Sunday evening, attacking former House Majority Leader Dick Armey, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and Fox News.
“I AM FOR A SATANIC DEATH CULT CENTER AT FOX NEWS HQ AND OUTSIDE THE OFFICES ORDICK [sic] ARMEYAND [sic] NEWT GINGRICH-and all the GOP WELFARE FREAKS,” Cusack tweeted.
Cusack has long been outspoken about politics. He supported Barack Obama in the 2008 presidential election and has contributed to The Huffington Post, but this is the first known time he has stooped to the level of making threats.
And while the U.S. Constitution protects Cusack’s right to speak his mind, some critics say he should be more careful about what he says, since he has more than 200,000 Twitter followers.
“His provocative tweets could easily incite a rabid fan to commit violent acts against Fox News Headquarters and others he names,” said Dr. Carole Lieberman, a Beverly Hills-based psychiatrist and author of “Coping With Terrorism: Dreams Interrupted.”
[…] Cusack could also be doing his career some damage. Image consultant Michael Sands says that Cusack should be worried that his vituperative words could turn off some of his fans.
“I think his fans will not appreciate his tone. They will be turned off to his rhetoric,” Sands told Fox411. “John Cusack is taking his fame too seriously. He is having delusions and his anger towards Fox News may get him arrested!”