Michael Moore: ‘Is there an American General for whom millions of us would turn out for his funeral?’ Mad Dog? Kelly?

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Anti-Trump activist and filmmaker Michael Moore continued his ignorant shilling for Iran in a series of tweets that sparked an instant backlash.

Hours after Iran launched more than a dozen missiles on the joint US-Iraqi Al-Asad airbase in Iraq, Moore was on social media again bemoaning the killing of Iran’s Quds Force commander Qassem Soleimani.

Sharing an image of what was apparently the massive crowds at the terrorist mastermind’s funeral, Moore asked his more than 6 million followers if there is “an American General for whom millions of us would turn out” in the same way.

Moore’s ridiculous query was quickly torched by other Twitter users. Some noted that there have indeed been other funerals that drew epic crowds.

At the news of the airstrike ordered by President Trump which killed Soleimani, Moore made his liberal cohorts proud by actually sending a “personal appeal” to Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, begging him not to be mean to the U.S. in retaliation.

Even after being raked over the coals for that move, the Hollywood producer didn’t get the message and went on a tone-deaf tweetstorm Wednesday, looking for any evidence that Soleimani was a “bad guy” or “bad actor.”

His disgusting rant defending the man even Democrats admitted had American blood on his hands went on.

But Moore’s take on the massive crowds at Soleimani’s funeral in Iran was given a brutal reality check on social media where users who are apparently more informed than the Tinseltown elite offered some information.

Not surprisingly, reports were shared about how the Iranian regime forced or paid people to participate, a tactic it has been known to use repeatedly over the years to create the necessary optics for the outside world and even its own citizens. But others denounced the reports as “fake news” and “propaganda.”

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