John Cusack: I Didn’t Stand for Military Salute at Cubs’ Game ‘Fast Enough for Some MAGA F**k’

By Craig Bannister | May 23, 2019 | 12:23pm EDT
Actor John Cusak (Getty/Darren McCollester)

When a photo appeared on Twitter of John Cusack “firmly seated” during a military salute at a Chicago Cubs’ game at Wrigley Field Wednesday, the actor lashed out at the “maga (Make America Great Again) f**k” who posted the photo.

In tweets responding to the picture, Cusack said he did eventually stand, just not “like an Obedient pet” or “fast enough for some maga f**k”:

“I stood up- just not on que - like an Obedient pet I made a film called war inc - watch that”

“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”


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