Michael Moore is unapologetically one of the most disgraceful loud-mouthed Hollywood elitists in the entire industry due to his anti-conservatism rhetoric that’s been going on for well over two decades now.
Moore was the director behind “Fahrenheit 9/11,” which is the highest grossing documentary of all time and “Fahrenheit 11/9,” which was one of the biggest flops of 2018.
And now the delusional filmmaker is doubling down on who he think should be the Democratic nominee for president.
Michael Moore was one of the most celebrated filmmakers in all of Hollywood when he won an Academy Award for Bowling for Columbine – a movie that unfairly bashed the National Rifle Association for the tragic mass shooting at Columbine High School in Colorado in 1999.
Then he stormed on to the scene again with his biggest cash cow ever in “Fahrenheit 9/11” – essentially flimsily blaming former President George W. Bush for the 9/11 terrorist attacks in New York City.
And last year he attempted to do the same thing with “Fahrenheit 11/9” where the whole thing was about bashing Trump and his family for the duration of the film. It flopped and now his career is in limbo because he hasn’t had a hit since 2003.
But that doesn’t stop him from bloviating about politics whenever he makes a television experience.
A while ago, Moore said that Michelle Obama would “crush” President Trump in a presidential debate and defeat him for the presidency in 2020.
Moore told MSNBC’s Brian Williams on Wednesday night that she was the “one person that would crush Trump,” next year.
He said, “Everybody watching this right now knows she is a beloved American, and she would go in there, and she would beat him. She’d beat him in the debates, he wouldn’t be able to bully her, he wouldn’t be able to nickname her … and she is beloved.”
Michelle Obama is undeniably loved amongst liberals. Nobody can even debate that. But doe she have any political background other than being First Lady of the United States?
Moore added, “Just go to C-SPAN and follow her book tour across the country. She’s playing 15,000-seat arenas in the Midwest. They have to turn people away. She takes the stage and she’s so powerful and so good. You just look at that and you think, ‘Of course. She could win.’”
She wouldn’t win the nomination, let alone against President Trump. Also, it might be a little too late for her to even enter the race right now.
Moore begs to differ.
He said, “But everyone’s now saying well, of course, she’s not going to run. Well, has anyone asked her? I think if she were asked, ‘Look, we’re sorry about this. We have to come back to you, you have to go back to the White House, your country needs you,’ if asked to serve, I believe she would serve.”
If Moore is going to delude himself into thinking that her staff hasn’t already had these conversations then he’s being naïve.
Of course they’ve had these conversations about her running and it’s likely the reason why she hasn’t entered the race is because there are too many frontrunners that have political experience already in the race.
There’s zero chance she’s entering the race. Anybody who thinks otherwise is delusional.