Liberal wackos are coming out of woodworks now that Donald Trump won the presidency.
Professional agitator Michael Moore visited Trump Tower in Manhattan, seeking an appointment with the real estate mogul.
Shortly after calling on his followers to take to the streets to protest Trump’s election, Moore decided he wanted a private audience with the duly elected leader of the free world.
Michael Moore asks Trump Tower security if he can make an appointment to see Trump pic.twitter.com/4l7g6UzAyW
— Jonathan Lemire (@JonLemire) November 12, 2016
Armed with a cameraman and sound guy, Moore made it all the way to the fourth floor of Trump Tower before being turned away by security guards.
Naturally, Moore filmed his visit and posted it to his Facebook page (see video).
“I’m opposed to this man who did not win the popular vote taking office. And we need to figure out what we can do, legally, nonviolently, to make sure this doesn’t happen,” Moore said on Facebook.
Moore echoed the sentiments of many Hillary Clinton supporters, who recently signed a petition urging the Electoral College to elect Clinton president because she won the popular vote by a razor-thin margin after Trump crushed her in electoral votes.
After being turned away, Moore told his Facebook viewers: “It went well. They didn’t kick me out.”
Moore said he left a note with Trump’s Secret Service agents that read: “You lost. Step aside.”
Moore’s visit received some hilarious reactions on Twitter, including one by Heat Street contributor Stephen Miller, who tweeted: “Fat tourist underestimated walk from Rockefeller to Central Park. Needs to use bathroom.”
"Fat tourist underestimated walk from Rockefeller to Central Park. Needs to use bathroom" https://t.co/Lrs1XSWXiV
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) November 12, 2016
As violent riots and protests continue across the nation, Internet scuttlebutt shows that most of these protests are not organic.
A number of Craigslist ads posted in Los Angeles, Chicago and New York are offering professional anti-Trump protesters $1,500 a week to “protest.”
The violent rioting stemming from these so-called protests has resulted in millions of dollars in property damage, streets being shut down, and people getting beaten up or harassed for supporting Trump. Is this democracy or a banana republic?
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