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PHOTO: Anti-Trump John Cusack REFUSES To Stand For Military Salute, Says POTUS Is Not A Patriot

PHOTO: Anti-Trump John Cusack REFUSES To Stand For Military Salute, Says POTUS Is Not A Patriot

Actor John Cusack is a huge fan of the Chicago Cubs.

He’s also wildly anti-Trump, just like the majority of his outspoken, politically uninformed Hollywood peers.

Cusack recently took things up a notch by remaining seated during a military salute at a ball game.

He then said that President Trump isn’t a patriot.

From Breitbart:

Actor John Cusack lashed out at supporters of President Donald Trump after a photo showed him sitting in his seat during a military salute at a recent Chicago Cubs game.

Cusack’s tweet:

I didn’t stand up for Boeing military salute – fast enough for some maga fuck – see?
don’t even have taste not to brand weapons company all over score board

RT @QsSupervisor: What in the actual fuck does “tonight’s military salute” even mean ?

Actor and left-wing activist John Cusack warned that democracy in the United States will not survive unless President Donald Trump is forced to “rot in prison.”

“Fuck that pathological liar /criminal,” Cusack wrote in response to a from tweet GQ correspondent Julio Ioffe claiming that the Christchurch Mosque gunman in New Zealand was inspired by Donald Trump and conservative activist Candace Owens.

John Cusack then suggested that democracy in the United States would only survive if Trump serves time in jail, but did not specify for what crime he would be prosecuted.

“The only way democracy survives him – is if he rots in prison,” the 2012 actor wrote. “Let’s get on with it.”

Has Cusack not noticed that Trump’s policies have lowered minority unemployment to all-time lows?

How about the fact that the stock market is booming?
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and 2020 presidential candidate Bernie Sanders (I-VT) are working on a plan to kill the stock market.

This is why we can’t have nice things!

From National Review:

When a company repurchases shares, their value rises, and employees benefit. The senators think something is wrong with that.

Senators Chuck Schumer of New York and Bernie Sanders of Vermont want to penalize “self-indulgent” corporations that buy back their own stock. In a recent article in the New York Times, they argued that when companies repurchase shares, not only do the vast majority of Americans not benefit, but income inequality is exacerbated since only wealthy shareholders and corporate management profit.

Despite decades of extraordinary success that the United States has enjoyed and that we enjoy today, Schumer and Sanders believe that something sinister is taking place in the corporate world. They call buybacks a form of “corporate self-indulgence.” Why? Because […]

[…] corporate boardrooms have become obsessed with maximizing only shareholder earnings to the detriment of workers and the long-term strength of their companies. . . . Companies, rather than investing in ways to make their businesses more resilient or their workers more productive, have been dedicating ever larger shares of their profits to dividends and corporate repurchases.

Bernie and Schumer are one thing. Cusack is another.

The bottom line is that Trump Derangement Syndrome is very, very real.

Elitists still don’t recognize that 45 was duly elected. There has still been zero proof of Russia collusion.

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