We’re tracking the conservative culture clash with woke Hollywood hypocrites to keep you up to date on who’s winning and who we hate.
Here’s what happened today:
Actor John Cusack went on an anti-America Twitter rampage after he went to a baseball game last week.
“I was at a ballpark last night. And they did their support the troops ad – that conflate Boeing with troops serving – while supporting the gop – that means funding the insurrection – anti democratic forces – the opposite of what they claim to support – ‘US freedom,’” he posted.
He said the country is “decadent on the fast track to autocracy,” after failing to “arrest open criminals” in the GOP and former President Donald Trump.
“They preach freedom at baseball games – but back insurrectionist coups and the overturning of elections – abc the party that would take away black and brown Americans right to vote.” he continued. “Yet they get to wrap themselves in the flag?”
“Had enough yet?” Cusack mocked. Surely we have had enough of him.
Let’s call the USA what it is – decadent on the fast track to autocracy – living on the atavistic fumes of ww 2 greatest generation Tver actually took on fascism and beat it down –
We can’t even arrest open criminals in gop- nor a mentally ill white supremacist lawless thug https://t.co/8lkdKOp6wF
— John Cusack (@johncusack) June 15, 2021
NFL star Cole Beasley told the league where they could stick it after they released a new policy restricting unvaccinated players from interacting with teammates and participating in endorsement activities.
“Hi, I’m Cole Beasley and I’m not vaccinated!” Beasley wrote in a Twitter statement. “I will be outside doing what I do. I’ll be out in the public. If your [sic] scared of me then steer clear, or get vaccinated. Point. Blank. Period. I may die of covid, but I’d rather die actually living.”
The Buffalo Bills receiver doesn’t “play for the money anymore,” and doesn’t care if the NFL fines him, he just wants to win the superbowl and play ball. If the league wants to force him into retirement, his stance is “so be it.”
“A lot of other NFL players hold my position as well but aren’t in the right place in their careers to be so outspoken,” he concluded. “I feel for you and I’m hoping I’m doing my part to represent you guys well.”
Monica Lewinsky had solid advice for an HBO Max intern that accidentally sent out a blank integration test email to subscribers. The streamer was quick to apologize and throw the intern under the bus for the accident, but Lewinsky, who infamously interned for Bill Clinton at the White House came to their defense.
“Dear intern: It gets better,” she wrote alongside a heart emoji. “P.s. don’t wear a beret for awhile, k?”
an iconic photograph of Monica Lewinsky meeting then- President Bill Clinton in the '90s, wearing black beret pic.twitter.com/U5u7y7hKw5
— nahh (@SwityShinde) May 12, 2020
“Pee-wee’s Playhouse” star John Parajon died at the age of 66 in April, but his cause of death was not revealed. The veteran actor played Jambi the Genie, who appeared as a disembodied head in a glitter-box whenever Paul Ruebens’ Pee-wee Herman wanted to make a wish.
Paragon also appeared in 1987’s comedy classic “Spaceballs,” “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine,” and “Seinfeld.” He penned “Elvira: Mistress of the Dark” with star Cassandra Peterson and wrote the subsequent sequels.
“The Bachelor’s” embattled former franchise host Chris Harrison walked away from the series with a nearly $10 million payout after reportedly threatening to spill the series’ dirty behind the scenes secrets when ABC forced him to exit.
Harrison announced he was leaving the show in June after defending former contestant Rachael Kirkconnell when photos surfaced of her at an Antebellum-themed party from her college days. The settlement agreement included a public statement that he and the network had an “amicable parting-of-ways.”
“Girls Gone Wild” founder Joe Francis revealed the cause behind the blaze that burned down his $35,000 a night Punta Mita, Mexico beachfront rental.
“The house was being rented by a group of 20 people and the fire broke out around 10 p.m. Tuesday night,” he stated. “The first thing we did was get our guests to safety. That was obviously the priority and then to save the physical property.
The guests and 20 on-site staffers were unharmed in the fire, which he believes wasn’t an accident. “But what’s happened here is arson… that’s what authorities think,” Francis remarked. Rebuilding will take three to four months, as the main house and roof were damaged during the crime.