Michael Moore is one of the most obnoxious liberal filmmakers in all of Hollywood; constantly appearing on HBO’s “Real Time w/ Bill Maher” spewing progressive propaganda like that rationale is completely normal. It’s not.
The only credit that Moore ever deserved is his prediction before the 2016 General Election that Donald Trump was going to win because he visited the Rust Belt states and talked with many people across the area who were tired of the state politics in Washington D.C. at that time.
But now Syracuse University is giving him way too much credit because students who enroll in the “African American Politics” course just made an offensive Michael Moore book required reading.
Michael Moore has a long history of liberalism.
In 2003, the American public wasn’t quite ready to recognize the idea that George W. Bush was a despicable monster who had thrown the country into an endless and meaningless war in Iraq.
Moore used his acceptance speech for “Bowling For Columbine’s” Best Documentary Academy Award to speak out against Bush.
However, the audience at the Oscars shockingly booed Moore off the stage at the time when bringing politics into Hollywood was not necessary. Of course, it’s not like that anymore.
Moore used shtick of presenting fiction as fact in his “Fahrenheit 9/11” documentary with asinine assumptions and accusations.
Although it’s the highest-grossing documentary of all-time, Moore slid off the Hollywood map and had a string of duds including his most recent “Fahrenheit 11/9,” which is all about President Trump and the bogus Russian collusion hoax.
Even liberals found the documentary to be way over-the-top and critics panned it.
You would think that would be the end of it but liberal arts school, Syracuse University, decided to celebrate him even further.
According to a report by Campus Reform, students in the course are required to purchase a copy of Michael Moore’s 2001 book, “Stupid White Men”, which focused primarily on criticisms of the former Presidents’ Bill Clinton and George W. Bush administrations.
The book is as racist and social justice propaganda as you might imagine.
One chapter in the book is aggressively entitled “Kill Whitey,” which asks whether all white people suffer from a “shared low-grade of mental illness? It literally says, “Are white people’s brains hardwired to see one thing but believe the opposite because of race? Do all white people suffer from some shared low-grade of mental illness?”
Yeah, it’s that bad. Somehow Syracuse doesn’t see the problem with it.
And the worst part is conservative students are intimidated from challenging liberal ideology in the classrooms.
One student told Campus Reform, “You’re telling me you’ve never had a conservative kid walk into that classroom? I guarantee there is another student in there who wasn’t comfortable confronting him.”
But that’s just the kind of safe spaces that you expect at liberal arts colleges nowadays and it doesn’t seem like it will change anytime soon. Don’t we live in a free country? Does the First Amendment mean nothing anymore? Conservative students are shamed and demonized at these institutions.