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Leftist actor goes on unhinged rant calling for a Trump coup: ‘Hit the streets!’

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Actor John Cusack embarked on a Twitter rant Tuesday night  in which he called for the American people to stage an overthrow of President Donald Trump's presidency over the immigration policy.

What did he say?

During his tirade, Cusack called Trump "ill, deranged, and dangerous," and suggested for people to take to the streets, where "civil disobedience" occurs.

He also appeared to reference a viral photo, featuring children in cages at the southern border and attributed it to Trump's immigration policies.

The photo went viral last week, and Trump responded to the social media outcry over the photo.

"Democrats mistakenly tweet 2014 pictures from Obama’s term showing children from the Border in steel cages," Trump wrote. "They thought it was recent pictures in order to make us look bad, but backfires. Dems must agree to Wall and new Border Protection for good of country...Bipartisan Bill!"

Cusack kicked off his anti-Trump tirade by writing, "Let’s go to streets. Who owns the streets? Civil disobedience. Require the government to leave if you are not satisfied with it. We need to kick Trump out of the office now. He’s ill, deranged and dangerous. He’s putting children in cages — f*** the Nazi s- shut them down."

Cusack added, "There has always been two tracts the political and legal - mueller on it - Political track - gotta vote out the death kult and every single enabler," he added. "And We gotta shut down trump - scare the s*** out of them - get children out of cages."

"U N Trump is violating human rights - with this fiasco of our souther border - viciously taking children away from their parents for seeking asylum," he continued, becoming more unhinged with unfounded accusations as he went.

Early Wednesday morning, Cusack also called on people to march on the White House and stage protests and walkouts.

"Walk outs / general strikes -March on White House," he added.

By Wednesday afternoon, Cusack's rant went full-blown "righteous."

"Don’t miss the historic moment - rage in this moment is healthy/righteous anger - out of compassion love solidarity for brothers &sisters - a kind of purified love," he wrote. "We can only fight for things we love - justice is what Love looks like in public resist impeach

We own the streets."

Anything else?

This is hardly the first time Cusack has called for the president to be brought down.

In 2017, the actor shared a controversial photo that featured text which read, "Yer dead — get yerself buried."

He captioned the photo, "Message for Trump."

The tweet was subsequently deleted after much backlash, and he later tried to explain the photo.

"Really:) I'm a non violence person but politically - crazy lying administration is dead," he wrote. "I liked the picture - so I reposted :)"

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