John Cusack calls 30% voters 'Nazis' for supporting Trump, Internet says 'bring Donald's golf score before court'

'I know why Biden is preaching reconciliation But 30 % of the country that is nazi — are enemies'


                            John Cusack calls 30% voters 'Nazis' for supporting Trump, Internet says 'bring Donald's golf score before court'
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John Cusack launched a series of tweets against President Donald Trump, referring to him, his administration, as well as his millions of supporters as Nazis and enemies of the state. The Hollywood actor has often railed against the president, but appears rather emboldened after the latter's apparent defeat in the recent election. Cusack referred to Trump as a "fascist" and a Nazi who was being deposed, Breitbart News reported. 

“It’s just starting to hit  — the symbolic power — of replacing a nazi — with a woman of color on the ticket — is a massive historic repudiation of Trumpism,” Cusack wrote on November 7. The same day, the actor-turned-activist also attacked various members of the Trump administration — primarily taking aim at Trump's personal attorney and former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, whom he referred to as “Rudy Ghouliani,” and the President's favorite Secretary of State Mike Pompeo as “Deathkkult pimp Pompeo." Meanwhile, he called White House aide Stephen Miller “Nazi miller” and branded Vice President Mike Pence as “Criminal Pense.”



 



 

Aside from slamming the Trump administration, Cusack referred to all Republicans as being part of a "deathkkkult." “If Republicans enable a nazi — that makes them — what — A fu***ng deathkkkult,” he wrote. In yet another tweet, the 'Singularity' star described Trump supporters as Nazi “enemies" and condemned President-elect Joe Biden’s conciliatory approach. “I know why Biden is preaching reconciliation But 30 % of the country that is nazi — are enemies,” he wrote.



 



 

Cusack's supporters online nodded in agreement and called for Trump to be punished for "breaking multiple laws daily." "Can we add Louis DeJoy being charged with multiple federal counts of interfering with delivery of the mail? That would be nice," one tweeted. "And all I can think about is the paper shredding going on right now, the servers being a race, and all the things that they are going to try and do to make sure none of that ever comes to light," another added. "Under the law... that he never obeys. He breaks multiple laws daily. Those notes are gone. And I'm sure plenty of others. He will get punished for destroying historical notes but he will have hidden the real crimes," a third alleged. Another wrote: I think there was some serious fraud committed today. I’m requesting Rudy to bring Donald’s golf score card before the court."



 



 



 

 



 

Cusack is one of Trump's most vocal critics in Hollywood. In July, he joined a violent protest in Portland to show his support and called federal agents sent to restore order “stormtroopers.” “Straight up stormtroopers – secret police – fascism,” Cusack said, sharing a video of law enforcement officials guarding the streets. “Stormtroopers – Barr’s secret police maybe ice border people – prison guards – who knows – soooo…no prisons or borders in Portland, bill – "go to jail.” At the time, Cusack referred to the violence around the city as being part of Trump's supposed plan to create mass unrest so he could “illegally hold power.”



 



 

That said, Cusack's comments came after similar comments made by other personalities, including President-Elect Biden, who compared Trump to a notorious Nazi propagandist in September. Biden was asked during an interview with MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle about how he would combat Trump's repeated assertion that his challenger was a "trojan horse" for a far-left socialist agenda.

In response, Biden said that Trump is “sort of like Goebbels,” referring to Joseph Goebbels, who masterminded Nazi Germany’s propaganda machine. “You say the lie long enough, keep repeating it, repeating it, repeating it, it becomes common knowledge” among voters, he added.

The Trump campaign shot back at the outrageous comparison, pointing to the hypocrisy of Democrats after they invited alleged anti-Semites to speak at the DNC. “Rather than launching preposterous accusations against the president, Joe Biden and his team should answer for inviting notorious anti-Semites Tamika Mallory and Linda Sarsour to speak at the Democrat National Convention,” Ken Farnaso, the campaign’s deputy national press secretary, said at the time.

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