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John Cusack Prods Protesters to Continue Until Trump ‘Flies Off’ in Helicopter

Hollywood is looking to steer these protests in one direction and one direction only: Donald Trump.

Hollywood is now beginning to hijack the death of George Floyd to go after Donald Trump in a number of different ways.

At first there were the almost expected claim of racism, or that Trump was some sort of white supremacist.  The Tinsel Town usuals were attempting to play on the heated racial tensions of America to lay blame on the White House.

And now that they have America’s attention, Hollywood is attempting to steer these protesters in a very specific direction:  Donald Trump.

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From John Cusack:

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“I hope this keeps us till trump flys away in a f***ing helicopter — it’s time,” Cusack tweeted early Saturday as riots still engulfed a number of cities. “People should NOT swallow another moment of fascism.”

Cusack added: “Fight till he’s gone.”

Protesters in several cities have already begun to gather near Trump-owned hotel properties, including Chicago’s Trump Tower.

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