Actor John Cusack After Getting Caught Tweeting Antisemitic Meme: “A Bot Made Me Do It!”


Contributor Mirabelle pointed out in the past how actor John Cusack is rabidly anti-Israel. So I knew it was only a matter of time before he went full antisemite.

In this case, it has taken years – but he is a great actor after all.

Cusack tweeted this full-on antisemitic meme (which is a quote by Neo Nazi child pornographer Kevin Alfred Strom, not Voltaire)

before deleting it and offering up one hell of a ridiculous excuse.

No word yet on whether it was one of Trump’s Russian bots. Or something. But the excuse was clearly bogus, given he repeatedly re-tweeted the meme and made anti-Israel comments.

Unless the bot was highly sophisticated. A Zionist Bot of DoomTM, as it were.

There’s also the fact he initially defended the meme, offering various non-bot related excuses.

Of course, some of his best friends are Jewish (like this nincompoop defending him) so I think you know where I stand on John Cusack.

I guess Cusack found some inspiration from Jeremy Corbyn, who claimed he did not look closely enough at an antisemitic image he defended. He does seem to like him, after all.

(Note how Cusack seemed to include anti-Zionist-not-antisemite George Galloway in his reply tweet. I think that speaks volumes as well).

Clearly, John Cusack will say anything to deny he is antisemitic. But it is hard to conclude anything else after this latest episode.

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A lawyer by education, David Lange - founder and managing editor of Israellycool - found his calling in advocating for Israel and the Jewish people. He is available for public speaking engagements.