Michael Moore

Guess who says that Donald Trump “Has No Right to Enter” the White House?

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Liberal icon and all-around bad guy Michael Moore recently appeared on MSNBC with Chris Hayes to talk about what Moore believes the American people should be doing over the next few days, weeks, and months. In a word – he wants them protesting the just held, legally conducted, and cleanly won (by Donald Trump) election. Moore’s coup de grâce? This gem of a line, where he argues that the American people should act lawlessly to protest Trump’s lawful election.

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When asked what Americans should be doing, Moore says…

Protesting, obstructing, disrupting, civil disobedience. I mean, the man has no right to enter that house.

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Moore’s always been out in left field, but with this latest diatribe he has walked out of the stadium, gotten on the train and is well on his way to the suburbs. I mean, this is crazy. Even if the Russians played a role in the leaks of the DNC and Clinton campaign emails, it’s not like they invented the information those emails contained! Hillary Clinton, John Podesta, and all of the Democrat operatives who were embarrassed by the emails that they wrote actually wrote the emails! The Americans who voted against them for these things were right to do so, even if the Russians played a part in getting the information out there.

It’s unconscionable to think that Democrats are actually arguing that the election is illegitimate because the American people learned truths that they weren’t supposed to know. Yes, the Democrat Party has reached a new, disgusting low, and Michael Moore is the embodiment (and perfect image) of that nadir.

Listen, we are hours away now from the Electoral College coming together on Monday. This needs protest, this needs people’s voices. You can go to Vigils For America, I think it’s dot org, and they have a list of all the state protests at the state capitols this weekend and on Monday.
People need to have their voice heard. Don’t say to yourself, oh, what’s the use? How do we — nothing’s going to happen. You don’t know that. You don’t know that. That’s why we have to keep fighting. We have to fight all the way to inauguration day and then be ready for them to start the day after the inauguration passing law after law after law…
Protesting, obstructing, disrupting, civil disobedience. I mean, the man has no right to enter that house. There are too many questions about whatever collusion was going on. I mean, they admitted that they were in touch with the Russians during the campaign. They have said that… 
So we would need to know as Americans what the hell was going on there and he does not have a mandate. He does not have a mandate. And that just needs to be said over and over and over again. And the media, for God’s sake, please do your job. 


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