John Cusack blows a MAGA-gasket after he’s spotted ‘firmly seated’ during military salute at Cubs game

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Actor John Cusack unloaded a profanity-filled Twitter rant against President Trump and his supporters after being called out for sitting through a salute to the military at Wrigley Field.

The liberal actor and producer fired back on social media after a photo was posted claiming he stayed “firmly seated” during a military salute at a Chicago Cubs game (Full picture below tweet).

Cusack was spotted sitting at Wrigley Field while everyone around him appears to be standing. Tweet pic.

**Warning for language ahead**

“I didn’t stand up for Boeing military salute – fast enough for some maga f**k – see? don’t even have taste not to brand weapons company all over score board,” the 52-year-old actor tweeted to the photo that quickly went viral and launched backlash against him.

Cusack rebutted the claim, tweeting later that he did, in fact, stand during the tribute, “just not on que – like an Obedient pet.”

The star of “2012” and “Better Off Dead” has been a vocal Trump critic and, besides calling for his impeachment regularly, has also frequently called the president, his supporters, and Republicans members of a “deathkkkult.”

The far-left actor met with Democrats last week in Washington, D.C. to attend their political stunt of marathon reading Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s 448-page report in the House Rules Committee meeting room.

Cusack, who is a Bernie Sanders supporter, reportedly called on Democrats to have Trump “removed from office.”

But his decision not to stand – or delay standing – at the Cubs game unleashed a wave of criticism which prompted a tantrum by the actor.

Cusack’s classless rant only fueled more reactions on Twitter, where CWBChicago, the user who first posted the actor’s photo at the game, claimed he had been blocked.

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