If there’s one thing this celebrity acting family understands is how to pay tribute to those brave men and woman in blue, and while most in progressive Hollywood either purposely decry or ignore the plight of police officers the Wahlberg clan embrace the hard job of being a police officer.

In fact, both acting brothers Mark and Donnie have a special bond with police officers. Donnie plays Detective Danny Reagan on the TV hit show “Blue Bloods” along with another legendary actor Tom Selleck, who’s also a proud conservative and has played various cop roles for decades.

Moreover, younger brother Mark was in Iowa promoting a health supplement line, and also the advance screening of his latest flick “Patriots Day,” when he decided to take time from his busy schedule to make a special trip and visit with the families of fallen police officers.

The screening had a dual purpose (aside from viewing the film) as an “invitations only” fundraiser for the American Red Cross, Hope for the Warriors, Operation First Response, and the Puppy Jake Foundation.

The Wahlberg brothers have a tendency to speak out and at times can be especially irritating to those politically correct progressives who love to bash both President Trump, law enforcement and even the military.

Mark, in fact, had a brief dust-up with “Mission Impossible” megastar Tom Cruise regarding 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,” Wahlberg said, slamming Cruise indirectly.

Mark continued: “I don’t give a sh– if you get your ass busted, 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.” He said this conveniently after Cruise made some remarks that compared acting to serving in Afghanistan, which Cruise’s lawyer said was taken “out of context.”

Whatever the issue performers live in their own delusional world, however, true patriots regardless of their jobs understand the price of real sacrifice.

Wahlberg met with the families of two fallen officers, Justin Martin and Anthony “Tony” Beminio. Both officers died on November 2, in an ambush assassination.

Tell us in the comments below if you think actors like Donnie and Mark Wahlberg endanger their careers for speaking out?

Source: Conservative Fighters

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