If this is the resistance, we might as well celebrate Trump’s 2020 win now.

Michael Moore, the radical liberal filmmaker who spent 8 years obsessing over George W. Bush, now has his sights set on President Trump.

Rather than make another documentary that nobody watches, Moore, apparently bitten by the drama bug, has written and produced a one-man play.

The star, of course, is Moore. The play is called “The Terms of My Surrender.” Moore has described it as a “12-step meeting for the Democratic Party,” which is fitting given that Trump mopped the floor with the party of Clinton and Obama last Election Day.

The play opened at New York City’s Belasco Theater yesterday. The reviews are already in. And the verdict is near-unanimous: Moore’s latest is a great big stinker!

From the Washington Free Beacon:

Here is a round-up of critics who reviewed Moore’s Broadway debut:

“You don’t have to disagree with Mr. Moore’s politics to find that his shtick has become disagreeable with age,” the New York Times‘ Jesse Green wrote. “‘The Terms of My Surrender,’ which opened on Thursday at the Belasco, is a bit like being stuck at Thanksgiving dinner with a garrulous, self-regarding, time-sucking uncle. Gotta love him — but maybe let’s turn on the television.”

“Audiences hoping for a bit of feel-good liberal therapy, let alone a good show, may be disappointed to find that Mr. Moore isn’t very interested in them. He’s not preaching to the choir: He’s bragging to it,” Green added.

“Michael Moore looked like a fish out of water — or was it a deer in headlights?” the Los Angeles Times‘ Charles McNulty wrote.

Well, that’s a shame. Liberals are supposed to be good at art. They’re the ones who write librettos, compose poetry, paint pictures, and sing songs, all while conservatives pay taxes to support them. That’s the traditional arrangement anyway.

But rather than provide an actual usable blueprint for the Democrats to pick their battered party up off the ground, Moore went for petulant self-indulgence.

Like I said before, if Moore’s the resistance, President Trump has nothing to fear.

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This one will keep me laughing for a long while.

I wonder if that's how his ex-wife felt being married to the S-O-S   ;o))

the true despicable

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California Democrat Predicts
‘Widespread Civil Unrest’
If Trump Fires Mueller

California Democrat Rep. Ted Lieu predicted Monday there will be “widespread civil unrest” if President Donald Trump fires special counsel Robert Mueller.

“If the president does go ahead and fire Robert Mueller, we would have people take to the streets,” Lieu told MSNBC’s Chris Hayes.

“I believe there would be widespread civil unrest because Americans believe the rule of law is paramount.”

“You think there would be widespread civil unrest?” Hayes asked.

“I do. I think you’re going have protests and marches and rallies and sit-ins. I believe Americans would not stand for the firing of Robert Mueller,” Lieu replied.

Trump’s tweets last week have fueled speculation he plans to get rid of Mueller, who was appointed May 2017 to investigate Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential campaign.

Trump called the Mueller probe a “witch hunt,” which “should never have been started.” 

The Fake News is beside themselves that McCabe was caught, called out and fired. How many hundreds of thousands of dollars was given to wife’s campaign by Crooked H friend, Terry M, who was also under investigation? How many lies? How many leaks? Comey knew it all, and much more!


Trump lawyer John Dowd believes the Mueller investigation should come to an end, he said over St. Patrick’s Day weekend, which added fuel to the fire.

White House special counsel Ty Cobb issued a statement on Sunday, denying Trump plans to fire Mueller.

Trump would either have to replace Attorney General Jeff Sessions or fire Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein in order to shut down the Mueller investigation.

Rosenstein serves as acting attorney general for the Russia investigation because Sessions recused himself from the matter due to his involvement with the Trump campaign.

Sessions’ and/or Rosenstein’s replacements could shut down the Mueller investigation if the two were forced out of their positions.


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