Is this a conflicted man?
A clip from Michael Moore’s new movie “Michael Moore in Trumpland” has been circulated on social media as a pro-Trump message, even though the director has pointed out that the video making the rounds is part of a larger anti-Trump message.
But it will be a lot tougher for him to explain another anti-Hillary Clinton message he filmed after she secured the Democrat nomination for president.
In it Moore slammed Clinton as being “not good for the United States.”
She voted for the Iraq War. She is funded by Goldman Sachs. This is not good for the United States,” he said. “We had a Democratic-Socialist who almost made it. He won 22 states, 46 of the pledged delegates. And I’m just afraid your particular karma just drifted across the Atlantic.”
— MicroSpookyLeaks™ (@WDFx2EU7) October 27, 2016
Whether he likes it or not, Moore hit the nail on the head when he described the mindset of many Trump supporters, and it’s too late to try to walk it back.
The question is, now that Sanders was forced out, and Hillary is in, will he try to walk back this one too?
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