Pot, Meet Kettle

I think this is hysterical:

Politically minded actor John Cusack has picked a fight with Fox News, and both of them have dealt the “death” card from the bottom of the deck. Cusack started the war of words when he tweeted to his 209,000 followers — in all capital letters no less: “I am for a satanic death cult center at Fox News HQ and outside the offices of Dick Armey and Newt Gingrich — and all the GOP welfare freaks.”

Cusack’s tweet was a response to a follower who asked whether he supported the construction of the so-called Ground Zero Mosque. Cusack does. Vehemently.

Fox News’ response came by way of an article at Foxnews.com by Jo Piazza, who apparently didn’t see much humor in Cusack’s sarcasm. Piazza writes a hard-news article about Cusack’s caustic tweet that even includes experts who warn that his words are dangerous. Says one expert: “His provocative tweets could easily incite a rabid fan to commit violent acts against Fox News Headquarters and others he names.” And another says: “Fans could not only be influenced because of their devotion to Cusack, the man, but also because of their love for one of the characters he plays.” Still another says: “John Cusack is taking his fame too seriously. He is having delusions and his anger toward Fox News may get him arrested!”

The Fox News reporter even goes so far as to suggest that Cusack’s behavior is kind of like that of a … serial killer?” Coincidentally, Cusack has just been signed to play Edgar Allen Poe in ‘The Raven,’ a movie about a serial killer who uses Poe’s stories as inspiration for his killing spree,” writes Piazza.

Man, I don’t even know where to begin. John Cusack, who’s known for saying silly, outrageous stuff on Twitter, makes this provocative comment and Fox News is going to lecture him on… inciting people to violence?

Of course, implying that the president stole the general election with the help of ACORN and is planning to put True Fox Patriots in FEMA camps isn’t inciting people to violence. Nope, not even a little bit!

Hey, Fox News, how about (as they say in AA) you clean up your own side of the street first?

2 thoughts on “Pot, Meet Kettle

  1. Fox may come to regret endorsing such experts should some Fox-news fan commit a violent act. Thank you again, Mr. Cusack!

  2. And what FOX News “characters” say about Muslims and their mosques would never incite anyone to violence….

    Oh, no, of course not. All FOX News viewers are rationalists of the highest order….


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