Michael Moore Takes a Bite Out of Nancy Pelosi
In the latest episode of leftists eating themselves, filmmaker Michael Moore took a massive swipe at House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
Moore crafted a tweet that suggested that old white privilege people aren’t keen on giving up power.
Moore specifically said:
“White people. Nobody likes giving up power. And they never see the writing on the wall. The new day arrives and no one has the heart to tell them they and their old tired privileged ways are over.”
This was in response to Anand Giridharadas’s tweet where he criticized Pelosi’s leadership and failure to “impeach an authoritarian president who threatens American liberty.”
It’s no secret that Moore’s filmmaking career has seen better days. Moore’s recent films have been box office busts. On top of that, he’s been involved with a lawsuit with June, Boston Light & Sound, Inc. for allegedly not following through with payments.
White people. Nobody likes giving up power. And they never see the writing on the wall. The new day arrives and no one has the heart to tell them they and their old tired privileged ways are over. https://t.co/jAGjzEjLgp
— Michael Moore (@MMFlint) April 15, 2019
It is rather ironic that such a wealthy individual like Moore has made a living creating content that bashes capitalism.
One of his seminal works, Sicko, went as far as to praise the Cuban healthcare system for its efficiency and quality care. This account, however, has been refuted by numerous Cuban dissidents and researchers who showed that the hospitals Moore went to were ones reserved for political elites. Cuba, like its counterpart in Venezuela, is one of the most of lurid examples of socialism in the Western Hemisphere.
For a rich individual like Moore, that doesn’t matter, as he can talk about the “wonders” of socialism from his fancy West Side Manhattan apartment.
Like most on the Left, Moore has been deeply affected by Donald Trump’s 2016 victory.
On the Stephen Colbert show, Moore admitted that he cries “every day” over Donald Trump’s presidency.
Moore urged Democrats to be less “wimpy” and become “angrier” instead in order to oppose Trump, who sees as “the devil.”