John Cusack Slams David Gregory: 'Lowest Point for Meet the Press In Its History'
Actor and liberal activist John Cusack was tremendously displeased with NBC's David Gregory Sunday for asking the Guardian's Glenn Greenwald on Meet the Press if he should be charged with a crime for aiding and abetting National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden.
Cusack took to Twitter shortly after it aired going on a several hour rant that included, "In my memory the lowest point for meet the press in its history":
Put David Gregory right up there with brooks https://t.co/VL9GQZzGOK— John Cusack (@johncusack) June 23, 2013
Who was lying ( see Cheny ) but from a host that was the dumbest thing I've ever heard t@Thomas_Drake1— John Cusack (@johncusack) June 23, 2013
In my memory the lowest point for meet the press in its history -I'm sure someone sank lower - but was usually the guest @Thomas_Drake1— John Cusack (@johncusack) June 23, 2013
Really? i thought he was a white house/ GE spokesman ..RT @umairh Wait, there are people who thought David Gregory was a 'journalist'? LOL.— John Cusack (@johncusack) June 23, 2013
Reporters should never be "objective" about threats to prosecute other reporters—defending the 1st Amendment is part of the job description.— Freedom of the Press (@FreedomofPress) June 23, 2013
Those familiar with Cusack should know that he's not averse to criticizing liberals he disagrees with.
Isn't it marvelous watching liberals finally understand how we conservatives feel each and every day about the Obama-loving media?