Michael Moore, Bill Maher
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It seems Far-left documentary maker Michael Moore is back in the good graces with at least one liberal loony-toon after he appeared on Friday’s edition of HBO’s ‘Real Time: with Bill Maher.’

Recently, Moore got into some hot rising seawater after his documentary ‘Planet of the Humans‘, dared to say what no one else was willing to.

Climate change leaders sold out the green movement to wealthy interests and corporate America.

This film exposed the fact that many so-called “Green Renewable” energy sources, created more greenhouse gases, and caused more environmental damage than those vile coal fire plants.

Moore’s documentary also highlighted those climate change clowns worst kept secret. 

Those clean environmentally-friendly electric cars they’re always touting, need to recharge by plugging into a power grid generating electricity via Coal, Oil, and Natural gas plants.

Shocking, I know! Who’da thunk it?

Not surprisingly Michael Moore and host Bill Maher spent their entire conversation spouting off left-wing propaganda and unhinged conspiracy theories.

Moore claimed that Republicans can only win elections by cheating and attributed President Trump’s animosity towards the state leadership in Michigan to racism and sexism. 

Both Moore and Maher shared the concern that Trump would refuse to leave office if he loses re-election and issued a call to action to “remove this mother***er from the White House.”

After warning that the President could still win the Electoral College in 2020, Moore issued a bold prediction: “if we make it easy for people to vote, if we don’t have voter suppression, Republicans are going to lose because the majority of the country does not support the Republican agenda.” 

According to Moore, “the only way Republicans can win, and this has been true now for a few elections, is to cheat.”

 

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