“Get the hell off the stage.” We’re pleasantly surprised to tell you that’s essentially what typically-leftist Michael Moore said to David Hogg the other day at a screening for Fahrenheit 11/9. Color us shocked, right?
Hogg, who was granted the opportunity to speak, immediately went on a long, uninformed, and delusional rant about social justice topics, including election meddling – a topic that he clearly knows nothing about based on what he said.
- In what can only be called a failed attempt to channel the President’s charm and ability to inspire, Hogg started with a call to action. “I have a question for you guys,” Hogg said, taking the microphone. “Who’s ready to save America? Who’s ready to make America the country that we say it is on paper, and make it the actual country that it wants to be?”
- Then, the teen switched gears, bringing up everything from mass incarceration of criminals to the water crisis in Flint. He stumbled awkwardly over comments about the war in Afghanistan, and his insane belief that criminals should have the right to vote.
- And that’s when things went from bad to worse. Out of left field comes Hogg, encouraging Canadians to donate to American election campaigns. That’s a problem, given that Canadians aren’t legally permitted to donate American election efforts.
- “I think Canadians can donate to political campaigns in the United States,” Hogg said. It sounded almost like a question, not a statement. Moore, in a completely honest moment, said no and shook his head.
- That’s about when the biggest backpedal this year happened. Hogg, clearly flustered and trying to save his own rear end, quickly shifted gears. “Well, uh,” he stammered, “vote here [in Canada]. Learn from us; don’t let this happen here, because we need to come to you guys if we stay on this track.”
- But that isn’t even where it ended; even though Moore took the mic away, Hogg came back to speak again later on at the screening. The treasonous little wretch tried to claim that Russia filtered $30 million to the President during his campaign by funneling it in through the NRA.
- He also demanded the Internal Revenue Agency (IRS) begin investigating the so-called submission from the Motherland. But it isn’t clear what they would investigate, given how dubious the claims are.
- The NRA did, in fact, identify donations that may be connected to Russia just last year – a whopping $2500. And when they identified that there may have been a problem, they stepped up and declared it to the right authorities. It’s hard to see why an organization ferreting away $30 million would attract such attention to themselves.