Michael Moore throws wet blanket on Dems’ collective impeachment party: ‘Nothing touches’ Trump

Screenshot: Filmmaker Michael Moore speaks at the Women’s March on Washington, January 21, 2017

He had a case of the sads Thursday.

While Democrats are announcing nationwide “Impeach Marches”– with loony Rep. Maxine Waters leading the charge — liberal filmmaker Michael Moore saw the handwriting on the wall, and it appeared to say, “Abandon all hope ye who enter here.”

His gloomy demeanor was in response to the announcement this week that former FBI Director Robert Mueller was appointed special counsel to investigate the Donald Trump campaign’s alleged collusion with the Kremlin.

While Democrats cheered this change of events, Mueller’s appointment also created a whole new ball game, according to Moore, one which will sadly entail time-consuming things like due process.

He laid it all out in a series of tweets — 140 characters at a time — beginning with an observation that those celebrating Trump’s early departure from the White House are the same ones as those who prematurely celebrated Hillary Clinton’s victory last year.

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He then told news outlets that despite Mueller’s official title as special counsel, his function will be that of prosecutor.

And Mueller’s appointment — whether as special prosecutor or special counsel — means that now procedural rules have to be applied.

And then there’s the issue of the president himself. Moore gave “Teflon Don” powers to Trump, previously attributed only to mobster John Gotti.

Actually, “Teflon Don” is a term that would be more accurately describe Clinton. Although her ethical and legal issues may have contributed to denying her the presidency, she was also able to skirt past problems with the law.

Occasional filmmaker Moore ended with a ray of hope — or at least a call to continue resisting the president whenever possible.

While Moore offered his thoughts on Twitter, California Democrat Maxine Waters was explaining to MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” panel that it was the Russians — not Trump — who came up with the phrases “crooked Hillary” and “lock her up.”

And Moore calls Trump crazy.



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