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Michael Moore personally DMs the Ayatollah of Iran to beg forgiveness for Americans, waits for response

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Hollywood producer Michael Moore, a man who’s been unable to resolve differences with his estranged ex-wife, believes he has what it takes to resolve America’s differences with the rogue, terrorism-sponsoring regime of Iran …

And apparently, his plan of action entails groveling at Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei’s feet like a Basset Hound (or schoolchildren …) begging for a treat.

I have just sent the Ayatollah of Iran a personal appeal asking him not to respond to our assassination of his top General with violence of any kind, but rather let me & millions of Americans fix this peacefully,” the cowering, docile Hollywood celeb announced on his various social media profiles early Sunday morning.

I recorded and DM’d him a message on my podcast, ‘RUMBLE’. You can hear it on any podcast platform like Apple or Spotify for free. We need to prevent war, any war. Now. When the Ayatollah responds, I’ll post his reply.”

Look at the stunning post below, and take note of the “endearing” photo he tried to use to butter up a man known for publicly chanting, “Death to Americans!

He also shared some of the post on Twitter:

While some may accuse him of trying to drum up more views for his podcast, the evidence — namely his history of insanity — strongly suggests he’s dead serious.

Plus, he’s been promoting Iran and disrespecting the United States all week, as have other radically far-left activists who genuinely believe the Iranians are the good guys.

Observe:

In the actual apology shared on his podcast, Moore went on to portray the elimination of Iranian general and terrorist mastermind Qasem Soleimani as an immoral “assassination.”

This is bad. Seriously, this is really bad. And I don’t mean just because we’re now in danger as Americans,” he said. “I mean because we … morally think this is wrong and are deeply offended by the assassination of a leader of another country.”

He did not, however, talk about all of the aggression by Iran that preceded Soleimani’s elimination, including an attack by an Iranian-backed group about a week and a half ago that led to the death of an American contractor.

Nor did he at least follow congressional Democrats’ lead and point out the undeniable facts that the deceased general was “an enemy of the United States,” not to mention a “murderer.”

Instead, Moore parroted Iran’s dubious narrative to a T, even going so far as to seemingly excuse its terrorism and violence on the basis that America has also committed acts of violence in times past, such as during the American Revolution.

“Now look, I know that you, like most countries on this planet … most countries kill or have killed in the past,” he said. “And you’re no different.”

“And you have done things and you have participated in things for whatever justification or reason you may have or think may have, you have used violence. You used it in your revolution. So did we! We used violence in our revolution.”

He of course didn’t mention that the revolution was motivated by British oppression and brutality. Nor did he note that the Iranian people have been protesting for years over the oppression and brutalization they face from the ayatollah’s regime.

Listen to the whole apology below, if you can stomach it:

Also keep in mind that Moore has been locked in a court dispute with his ex-wife, Kathleen Glynn, for years.

Vivek Saxena

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