The National Park Service celebrated its centennial on Thursday, celebrating 100 years of preserving America’s natural resources.
— NationalParkService (@NatlParkService) August 25, 2016
But for liberal filmmaker Michael Moore, it was somehow an opportunity to call out rich people.
100yrs ago today Nat’l Park Service was born to protect us from the ultra rich who said the best lands were for them. Who protects us now?
— Michael Moore (@MMFlint) August 25, 2016
Interesting complaint from the 42 year-old who has an estimated net worth of $50 million.
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@MMFlint but.. You are ultra rich now, so we need protection from you? 🙂
— Lenin (@LeninRzSz) August 25, 2016
@MMFlint This coming from the man who owns how many homes now?At how many sq ft each? Ha!Yes,you’re an admirable voice for the people.Shame!
— Cutie Patooties (@QTpa2TZ) August 26, 2016
@MMFlint don’t you have, like, MULTIPLE homes? you are in the .1% you fat hypocrite…who’s going to protect us regular folks from YOU?
— ThewlynOh (@ThewlynOh) August 26, 2016
@MMFlint Says the ultra rich man
— Mike Davis (@BKRootbeerMike) August 26, 2016
— Dabe1971 (@dabe1971) August 25, 2016
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