There is little doubt that the liberal left is looking for a fight. It’s blatantly obvious in everything that they do, from top to bottom.
At the political level, they have Maxine Waters of California calling for the disintegration of decorum among her democratic followers. In its place, she would like to see mobs of angry leftists confronting and harassing conservatives whenever and wherever they attempt to gather. In Hollywood, well, take your pic of resistance rats. And, in the world of punditry and political “observers”, there hasn’t been as vicious an atmosphere as this perhaps ever in our lifetime.
Shock and awe filmmaker Michael Moore is just such a figure, having anointed himself as some sort of societal messiah and “great mind” of our times. Now, as the efforts of the radical left continue to multiply, Moore has upped the ante on his own vitriol as well, letting his followers know that America, as we know it, will end with Donald Trump.
Controversial documentary filmmaker Michael Moore doubled down on his claim that Donald Trump could be America’s last president on Wednesday during an appearance on the far-left MSNBC.
Last month, Moore made headlines when the trailer for his new documentary, “Fahrenheit 11/9,” referred to Trump as “the last president of the United States.” The anti-Trump filmmaker sat down with MSNBC’s Chris Hayes, who asked Moore about the bold claim.
“I think it’s possible, absolutely. I think that we have someone in the White House who has no respect for the rule of law, who dislikes democracy by an incredible degree, which doesn’t make him really any that much different from other billionaires or CEOs because their businesses are not democracies,” Moore responded.
The only way in which the demise of our great nation could arrive during the Trump era would be if the First Amendment were torn asunder by the radical left and Antifa.
And yes, I suppose that is still possible, but a grand awakening seems to be right around the corner as well, with traditionally untouchable organizations and persons finding themselves on the uncomfortable end of the information age.