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.
But while his career is on the fritz right now, he still talks trash about conservatism and President Trump. And what he just said about Trump was the most disgusting thing he’s said to date.
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.
But what he said about Trump and Bush Jr. was nothing short of egregious. He said that both presidents are “profoundly evil” people.
Moore first made fun of the moment when an Iraqi journalist shamelessly threw his shoes at Bush during his era.
The Academy Award winner said, “Happy Shoe Day. Today is the 10th anniversary of this act of civil disobedience by an Iraqi citizen. Thousands of American troops and hundreds of thousands of Iraqi civilians died for a lie Bush and Cheney told. Never, ever wish for this duo over Trump. Both are profoundly evil.”
Happy Shoe Day. Today is the 10th anniversary of this act of civil disobedience by an Iraqi citizen. Thousands of American troops and hundreds of thousands of Iraqi civilians died for a lie Bush and Cheney told. Never, ever wish for this duo over Trump. Both are profoundly evil. https://t.co/YPGNKXnicp
— Michael Moore (@MMFlint) December 14, 2018
The most “shameless” part of this is that Trump had nothing to do with this moment and yet Moore added him to the repertoire of being “evil.”
This post succumbed due to the fact that former President George W. Bush has recently had an insurgence amongst centrist liberals because of his newfound relationship with former First Lady Michelle Obama.
You’ve probably seen the pictures of Bush and Michelle Obama having affection for each other over the last couple of years since Trump’s inauguration.
Bush loves to sneak candy to Michelle Obama in the most awkward of moments.One was during Trump’s inauguration; another recently, was when he did the same thing at his father’s funeral.
Bush said during Trump’s era, “We’ve seen nationalism distorted into nativism, and forgotten the dynamism that immigration has always brought to America,” also saying that “bigotry seems emboldened” and “our politics seems more vulnerable to conspiracy theories and outright fabrication.”
That couldn’t be further from the truth.
Under Trump, the economy is the highest it has ever been, unlike the days when Bush Jr. was in office. The U.S. experienced the worst recession since The Great Depression under his command.
Also, bigotry and racism didn’t start with Trump. It’s always been there.
SNL has always been an anti-conservatism show but when Dave Chappelle hosted right after Trump won the election in 2016, there was a sketch about two black guys – Chappelle (and later Chris Rock) – who joined an all-white Democrat house party who couldn’t believe that America was “racist,” given the results.
To which Chappelle and Rock busted out laughing as if this had never existed before Trump.
This is the kind of delusions that Moore and other Hollywood elitists want to fill your head with.
Don’t fall for it.