Michael Moore defends pro-Hamas protesters, puts Biden on notice

Filmmaker Michael Moore scolded President Joe Biden over his criticism of protesters on college campuses, taking the side of the pro-Hamas mobs.

The left-wing propagandist isn’t pleased about the geriatric leader’s strong words about the anti-Semitic rabble even though Biden has declined to send in the National Guard to protect Jewish students.

“He clearly doesn’t understand what’s going on. He’s been completely misinformed about what the protesters have been doing,” the “Sicko” director said on the latest edition of his “Rumble” podcast, suggesting that leftists are going to force the 81-year-old Democrat to bend to their will in an election year.

Moore accused the president of “sending money to a regime that is slaughtering innocent civilians” in Gaza, omitting any reference to the innocent civilians who were slaughtered in the October 7, 2023, Hamas attack on civilian areas in which over 1,200 Israelis had their lives taken from them, many with primitive savagery.

“We have this other huge job we’ve got to do, which is to keep Trump out of the White House, and yet we’ve got a president that is funding this horrific war,” Moore said, suggesting that the tension between Michigan Muslims and Biden over Israel is interfering with the larger task at hand, keeping the extremist Democratic party in power.

“We’re not letting Trump back in the Oval Office, we’re also not going to let Biden get away with this,” the porky propagandist continued. “He’s going to have to make the amends that need to be made to the people who’ve suffered the most.”

Moore defended the ugly protests as being peaceful and suggested that “anybody who tries to tell you different” is lying, challenging them to prove it with photographic evidence.

The filmmaker was irked about Biden’s remarks earlier this month about the protests with the octogenarian using the word “lawless” during a speech when he belatedly got around to condemning the virulent hostility to Jews at schools such as Columbia University in New York City, the initial site of the unrest.

“We are violating our own American law that says that any country that uses weapons that we give them to kill civilians, or to interrupt humanitarian aid that needs to go to civilians, that is a violation of our law,” Moore insisted.

“That is exactly what’s been happening now for these seven months,” he added. “Yes, that is lawlessness.”

“We are not an authoritarian nation where we silence people or squash dissent. The American people are heard. In fact, peaceful protest is in the best tradition of how Americans respond to consequential issues,” Biden said on May 2 at the White House. “But — but neither are we a lawless country. We are a civil society, and order must prevail.”

“I understand people have strong beliefs and deep convictions about the world. In America, we respect and protect the fundamental right to free speech, to debate, disagree, to protest peacefully and make our voices heard. I understand; that’s America,” Biden said in a speech for the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum’s Annual Days of Remembrance ceremony last week.

“But there is no place on any campus in America, no place in America, for antisemitism, hate speech, or threats of violence of any kind,” Biden declared.

The hatred for Israel that exists with a large chunk of the Democratic party’s base is a major election year problem for a party that is fracturing over the lack of a ceasefire in Gaza with Biden getting the blame.

“I‘d like to speak to one particular individual, that is President Biden,” Moore said during a recent CNN appearance. “His chance of not being re-elected, I think at this point, is so great because of those numbers. Because he‘s losing the youth vote. He’s lost the Arab American vote in Michigan.”

Chris Donaldson


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