Jews Accuse Actor John Cusack of Antisemitism Over His Calls for Immediate Ceasefire

Previously: Hamas Found Guilty of Rape in Another Dimension of the Multiverse

The Jews have provided zero evidence for “mass rapes.” They said they accidentally destroyed all the evidence. Then they told totally absurd stories about women getting gang-raped and decapitated with shovels.

Now they just present these claims as if they are established fact.

Again: there is no proof of a single rape.

New York Post:

Actor John Cusack fired back after the non-profit watchdog group StopAntisemitism branded him the “Antisemite of the Week” in an X post on Sunday.

“Wow – a list full of lies,” the “Say Anything” star replied on the thread.

StopAntisemitism’s post contained a picture of Cusack accompanied by the “Antisemite of the Week” label.

In the caption, the group accused him of denying mass rapes that occurred on Oct. 7, labeling Hamas as a “charitable organization” and claiming the Israeli government funded Hamas.

The post went on to tag Cusack’s talent agency asking why they are “repping this bigot,” and concluded with a link to archives and posts from the actor.

If his talent agency drops him, I’d be happy to pick him up.

I am putting together funding for a film about the Protocols of the Elders of Zion.

In a separate reply, Cusack accused the organization, along with the International Legal Forum, of “weaponizing racism against peace activists.”

“Slandering smearing people – I want to know if people who follow them know – and if they know do they condone this vile behavior ?” he continued.

In another recent X post, the actor also had terse words for anyone not calling for a cease-fire in Gaza, accusing them of having “no soul.”

My god – my god – if you don’t call for a cease fire – You have no soul – We can’t stop until this stops – it’s the most shameful thing I can imagine – staying silent in the face of this,” he wrote last Thursday, responding to a video from a pro-Palestinian account that reportedly included footage of a bloody Palestinian girl.

He seems like a well-meaning guy.

He gets no benefit whatsoever from going out and saying this stuff.

He’s apparently semi-retired. The last thing I saw him in was David Cronenberg’s “Maps to the Stars.”

The film didn’t make any sense to me (it was a garbled commentary on celebrity culture mixed with a very confusing plot about incest causing mentally ill children), but he did a good job.

But he won’t be able to work in Hollywood after this.

And I’m sure he’s aware that even if he’s got some money saved up, the Jews will be trying to figure out ways to take it from him, and leave him desolate.

Elvis Dunderhoff contributed to this article.