This September, professional propagandist will premiere his latest bit of leftist indoctrination: Fahrenheit 11/9.
The America-hating propagandist told Stephen Colbert on The Late Show Thursday night, that date represents the night Donald Trump was elected president. “This is about how the hell we got in this situation and how we’re going to get out of it,” he rambled.
After playing a clip where he stalked Trump’s resort Mar-a-Lago, Colbert asked him if he was “civil” to the people there. “I was as civil as any Eagle Scout Catholic altar boy could be when confronted with the devil,” Moore answered.
Speaking to the great civility debate happening in America right now, Moore continued, saying that Democrats have traditionally been “so wimpy and weak” but now “a few people want to stand up and say, I’ve had enough, that’s it.”
“We don’t have to be violent, we have to remain non-violent, but if the worst that happens to anybody in the Trump administration is that they don’t get to have a chicken dinner in Virginia, I mean, I don’t know,” he said. If it were just basic political differences, Moore said he would not be in favor of throwing Sarah Huckabee Sanders out of a restaurant.
“But that’s not what’s going on now,” he said. “We’re not talking about political differences. We’re talking about thousands of children being kidnapped and put in jails.”
Moore, who said he cries every single day when he watches the news, says he has to hold on to some shred of hope. But at the same time he wonders,
“When are people going to get off the couch and rise up?”
“Sadly, Trump is not going to leave,” he said. “He plans to be reelected, he loves the term ‘president for life.’ The only way that we’re going to stop this is eventually we’re all going to have to put our bodies on the line. You’re going to have to be willing to do this.” Moore then turned to the audience and asked them what they would do if “they snatched your child from you.” Because “that’s how we all have to start responding.”
Given how divided the nation seems to be at this moment, Colbert wondered what kind of “endgame” Moore had in mind.
“Because you don’t want to end this in violence or any sort of really revolutionary confrontation, you want a political change at the end of this,” he assumed. “Do you have any hope for that?”
Earlier this year, Moore called for America to be “cleansed” of its “white male privilege” during a speech in New York.
Moore was spewing his Communist propaganda at the ‘People’s State of the Union’ event in Manhattan, which was derided by its critics as having nothing to do with “the people” and everything to do with hardcore leftist mega-rich celebrities lecturing Americans about how to think and vote.
Asserting that the removal of Donald Trump and Mike Pence from office,
“Still won’t be enough,” Moore said, “We must remove and replace the system and the culture that gave us Trump in the first place,” (ie: Communist Revolution.)
“He did not just fall out of the sky and land in Queens,” Moore continued.” He is a result….of us never correcting the three original sins of America – a nation founded on genocide, built on the backs of slaves and maintained through the subjugation of women to second class citizenship and economic disempowerment.”
— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) January 30, 2018
On a more entertaining note, Michael Moore finally threw in the towel after his broadway production failed miserably.
Moore’s “The Terms of My Surrender” brought in mere $4.2 million during its 13-week run, according to BroadwayWorld.com, but the site reports that’s far less what the left-wing political tomfoolery was expected to make.
The leftist propaganda film maker’s play was an exercise in narcissism, and focused on Moore’s life and unfounded criticism of President Trump.
In comparison, “The Glass Menagerie,” the play that ran at the same theater before Moore’s show, brought in $5.4 million with 85 performances. Moore’s show had a total of 83 performances.
The 63-year-old’s stage show was reviled by critics across the country. The New Yorker said Moore
“doesn’t have a late-night comedian’s timing. He punctuates his own jokes with nervous giggles, mumbles between lines, and, despite his baggy frame, has little sense of himself as a physical comedian.”
An LA Times reviewer wrote,
“I have no political beef with Moore…but I found myself cringing at the self-congratulatory applause that would break out when he would utter one of his pieties. And I lost patience with the way he seemed to want both sympathy for being a victim of the right and adulation for being the champion of all mankind.”
Desperate to put a positive spin on the failed stage experiment, Moore told the Wall Street Journal in an email his show was “the most artistically gratifying experience of my life.”
Showing his best face, Moore also said there are “talks happening about taking this show on the road.”
In closing, let us not forget Colbert’s now infamous “cock holster” monologue.
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