Actor John Cusack defends himself for sitting during military salute at Cubs baseball game

Actor John Cusack is lashing out after he was spotted sitting during a “military salute” at a Chicago Cubs baseball game.

The actor, who reached his peak in the late 1990s and early 2000s, could be seen sitting with a dour expression as people around him took to their feet during a fourth inning “military salute,” which was sponsored by Boeing.

Taking to Twitter, Cusack later denied that he didn’t get up, and began denouncing “MAGA f***s” who were seemingly upset that the didn’t get up “fast enough.”

‘I stood up- just not on que- like an Obedient pet,” he posted on Twitter with grammatical recklessness. “I made a film called war inc- watch that.”

One individual -seemingly taken aback by the actor’s hatred towards those who support President Donald J. Trump- asked the thespian to have a little dignity.

“Bro…show some class,” the user responded. “I always liked you in movies.”

According to the Daily Mail, the US Department of Defense paid over $10 million in marketing deals so that sports stadiums could hold military salutes and parades other than the National Anthem.

For Cusack, however, it was all about the military-industrial complex.

“Don’t even have taste not to brand weapons company all over score board,” he tweeted.

Boeing signed a $3 million deal with the Chicago Cubs to hold a series of military salutes and first pitches during the 2019 season.

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