Michael Moore remains one of Hollywood’s most loudmouthed liberal voices.
But his career has gone down the tube with his latest box office bomb Fahrenheit 11/9, which attacks Trump more than any documentary before it.
And his latest conspiracy about Trump is one of the most insane things you’ve probably ever heard.
Michael Moore used to be one of the most powerful people in all of Hollywood.
Michael Moore used to be one of the most powerful people in all of Hollywood
To this day, Fahrenheit 9/11 is still the highest grossing documentary of all time.
Moore also won an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature with Bowling For Columbine.
But he’s had a string of duds since then and you can see his career dwindle now.
That doesn’t mean he still doesn’t say outrageous things.
The liberal filmmaker tweeted that the Presidential test alert that went out to all Americans on their cell phones Wednesday was a “preview of the state of emergency he is creating to justify the end of democracy.”
The end of democracy?
Is he implying that the test was some kind of message to all?
That’s an absurd notion.
He also wrote, “It was just a test. But make no mistake about it. This is the world in which we no live.”
What world is he referring to?
A world where America’s economy is at an all-time high and unemployment is at a record low?
We finally have fair trade deals because Trump refuses to be pushed around by other countries so they can leech off of our wealth.
We finally have fair trade deals because Trump refuses to be pushed around
Is that the “world” he’s referring to?
He laughably ends his delusional tweet with “RESIST!”
“It was just a test. But make no mistake about it. This is the world in which we now live.”
That’s my final line in “Fahrenheit 11/9”. A few minutes ago, Trump gave us a preview of the state of emergency he is creating to justify the end of democracy as we know it. RESIST! pic.twitter.com/M8g3NebFQ2
— Michael Moore (@MMFlint) October 3, 2018
It’s just a test.
The most misinformed part about Moore’s tweet is that this is the work of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
The federal agency even announced it on Twitter.
📳 TODAY (10/3): At 2:18 PM EDT, we will be testing the Wireless Emergency Alert system nationwide. Expect a message box on your phone along with a loud tone and vibration.
— FEMA (@fema) October 3, 2018
These alerts are useful for a wide range of reasons that include warning about dangerous weather or if we were attacked by a foreign power.
It’s useful. It should be necessary.
This happened in Hawaii recently.
An alert went out to the entire state that told them there was an incoming attack and to take cover.
Albeit, it was a grave mistake that frightened many.
But wouldn’t you like to know if, God forbid, something like that was about to happen?
Yet, somehow, Moore turned it into a conspiracy like it was an illuminati message to certain people to be prepared for judgment day.
And if you thought it couldn’t get any better with how misinformed his comment truly was just wait.
According to Business Insider, “Former President Barack Obama signed a law in 2016 requiring FEMA to create a system that lets US presidents send cell phone alerts regarding public safety issues.”
It wasn’t even Trump who created it in the first place.
Why else would he include it in that tweet?
However, it shouldn’t surprise anybody that he really does think this way.
He’s called the NRA a “terrorist organization.”
And aggressively said once that “The media should speak of the NRA in the same way they do ISIS.”
What kind of ridiculous assertion will he come up with next?
Do you think Michael Moore went too far this time?
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