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Actor John Cusack should not drink and Tweet


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Actor John


_-_calls for

‘Satanic Death’

of Fox News,

GOP Leaders

_By Jo Plazza

-___August 31st, 2010


John Cusack Calls for ‘Satanic Death’

of Fox News, GOP Leader


Actor John Cusack

went on a caustic Twitter

rampage Sunday evening,

attacking former House

Majority Leader Dick Armey,

former House Speaker Newt

Gingrich and Fox News.





GINGRICH-and all the


Cusack tweeted.

Cusack has long been

outspoken about politics.

He supported Barack Obama

in the 2008 presidential election

and has contributed to

The Huffington Post,

but this is the first known time

he has stooped to the level of

making threats.

And while the U.S. Constitution

protects Cusack‘s right to speak

his mind, some critics

say he should be more

careful about what he says,

since he has more than

200,000 Twitter followers.

“His provocative tweets

could easily incite a rabid fan

to commit violent acts against

Fox News Headquarters and

others he names,”

said Dr. Carole Lieberman,

a Beverly Hills-based

psychiatrist and author of

“Coping With Terrorism:

Dreams Interrupted.”

“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,”

she told Fox411.

Cooper Lawrence,

the author of “Cult of Celebrity”

told Fox 411:

“The fear isn’t that a celebrity

will influence someone to do

something violent or out of

character due to the sheer

devotion to the celebrity,

the fear is that someone

who is already vulnerable,

mentally disturbed,

already considering

something dangerous,

may be encouraged to do

so if it is advocated by their

favorite star,”

Lawrence explained that

while celebrities don’t make

healthy people do things they

wouldn’t normally do,

they could impact someone

who is on the fence or mentally


“John Cusack has to know

that his words carry weight

because he is an actor beloved

by many generations of folks

who may not get his humor

and might think he is calling

for something more sinister.”

“he responsibility is on him

to not abuse his fame to influence

something negative on the off

chance that even one person

takes his words to heart,”

Lawrence said.

Cusack could also be doing

his career some damage.

Image consultant Michael

Sands says that Cusack should

be worried that his vituperative

words could turn off some

of his fans.

“I think his fans will

not appreciate his tone.

They will be turned off

to his rhetoric,”

Sands told Fox411.

“John Cusack is taking

his fame too seriously.

He is having delusions and

his anger towards Fox News

may get him arrested!”


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.

Cusack’s publicist did not

reply to calls and emails

for comment.




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