Mark Wahlberg Discovers PERFECT Way To Piss Off Hollywood Elites

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At at time when most of the Hollywood elites are either threatening to leave the United States or quit working until Donald Trump resigns, actor and director Mark Wahlberg is throwing some serious salt into the political game of his showbiz buddies. His latest stunt is pissing them off, and it is truly entertaining.

Recently, on a trip to Des Moines, Iowa, he visited the families of two fallen police officers to pay his respects. In regards to Hollywood, “Who Does that?”

Wahlberg was in town to promote a line of health supplements and to attend an advance screening of his new movie “Patriots Day.” The screening he attended was an invite-only fundraiser for The American Red Cross, Hope for the Warriors, Operation First Response, and the Puppy Jake Foundation. It showed more than a little class when Wahlberg took the time to pay his respects to the families of the fallen officers.

This isn’t the first time Wahlberg has gone against the Trump-hating, BLM-loving crowd in Hollywood. He began to stir the Hollywood cesspool-pot in November of 2013 when he trolled fellow actor Tom Cruise in a statement he made after the release of his movie “Lone Survivor.”

“For actors to sit there and talk about ‘Oh I went to SEAL training,’ and I slept on the — I don’t give a f–k what you did. You don’t do what these guys did. For somebody to sit there and say my job was as difficult as somebody in the military’s. How f—ing dare you. While you sit in a makeup chair for two hours,” said Wahlberg.

“I don’t give a sh– if you get your ass busted,” he added. “You get to go home at the end of the day. You get to go to your hotel room. You get to order f—ing chicken. Or your steak. Whatever the f–k it is.”

Although Wahlberg didn’t reference Cruise directly, it would seem that the timing of his tirade was more than coincidental as it came shortly after Cruise made some rather laughable remarks comparing acting to serving in Afghanistan. Cruise’s lawyer said his client’s comments were taken out of context.

Officer Justin Martin (left), Sergeant Anthony “Tony” Beminio (right)

According to IJR, Wahlberg met with the families of fallen Officers Justin Martin and Anthony “Tony” Beminio. Urbandale Officer Justin Martin was ambushed and gunned down while sitting in his squad car on Nov. 2, 2016. Des Moines police sergeant “Tony” Beminio was shot and killed when he responded to officer Martin’s ambush.

When asked about Wahlberg’s gesture of respect toward the families of the fallen officers in an interview with ABC’s Local 5, Des Moines Police Chief Dana Winger said, “It kind of restores our faith in not only our community but it shows us how far family really extends.”

While the majority of Hollywood snowflakes turn their overpaid salaries into ammunition to attack conservative values, it’s good to see Wahlberg take an unpopular stand and honor two of America’s fallen officers. SHARE this report if you support his selfless gesture to the families of these deceased heroes!

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