• Fox News Concerned They're Going to Get "Satanic Death" Murdered by John Cusack

    Uh oh! Looks like John Cusack — Satanic death cult high priest and star of Hot Tub Time Machine — is dropping The Devil's Fatwah on Fox News. Just look at this not-at-all-an-obviously-kind-of-lame-joke Satanic tweet the very scary man just evil twittered a few days ago

    Oh no! Do what you will with Steve Doocy, just please don't hurt Brian Kilmeade! (Seriously. Do whatever you want with Steve Doocy. Come on, be creative.)

    Anyway, Fox News, for their part, is handling this very real and serious and scary threat with the appropriate amount of measured adultitude

    John Cusack Calls for 'Satanic Death' of Fox News, GOP Leaders

    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…

    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…

    Be forewarned. The following text contains dangerous levels of irony toxicity. Pregnant women may want to walk away from the computer screen…

    …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."

    It would be really sad if something like that were to happen.

    (via Gawker)


    Tags: 9/11, Brian Kilmeade, Fox, Islam, New York City, Religion, Republicans, Satan, Steve Doocy, Terrorism, Twitter, World Trade Center

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