Actor John Cusack unleashes psycho-rage on DNC for Bernie shaft: ‘F-you … We are coming for you too – believe it’

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Far-left actor John Cusack is a rabid supporter of self-avowed socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders, who is now surging in the 2020 Democratic primary, creating a wave of panic among the party elite.

Cusack, who once called for a boycott of liberal MSNBC over the network’s coverage of his candidate of choice, is in a fighting mood amid the recent change by the Democratic National Committee to eliminate the individual donor requirement, which is expected to open the door for former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg to make the debate stage.

Threatening a repeat of the violence seen at the 1968 Democratic convention in Chicago, Cusack warned the DNC that “we are coming for you,” making it clear that he has no use for the billionaire Bloomberg in the process.

*Warning: Strong Language:

Speaking at a Sanders rally last month in New Hampshire, the actor denounced “predatory capitalism” and warned that we only have “ten or twelve years” to act.

Cusack said: “Bernie respects us enough to tell the truth, the hard truth: We have a ten-to-twelve-year window to radically transform our energy systems, or climate change, predatory capitalism, and endless war economies will rob us of the right to any future at all. And as we can see literally every day, the house is on fire.”

Interestingly, when a Bernie supporter replied to his tweet to suggest that a “peaceful” revolution was coming, a militant Cusak countered: “Agree – but when you in a fight you can’t pretend it’s not a fight.”

Cusak also pushed back when another Bernie supporter suggested that love was more effective than anger.

To be clear, Cusack is an avid Trump-hater, calling President Donald Trump “America’s monster” in a tweet, and suggesting in another that he is probably an anti-Semite — never mind that daughter Ivanka Trump has converted to Judaism. Cusack had a melt down over the U.S. drone attack that killed Iran’s terrorist general Qassem Soleimani. He called the strike “disastrous and insane” in a tweet, and added “remove this regime from power.”

The online reaction to Cusack recent tweet included many remarks about his rhetoric doing more harm than good… here’s a sampling of responses from Twitter:

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