Joyanna Adams

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Nobody’s Perfect: Michael Moore

I was cleaning out my library yesterday, and way up on a top shelf that I NEVER go to, I found a book by Michael Moore titled Will They Ever Trust Us Again? Basically, it was letters written by many of our soldiers who had written him about what it was like to be In Iraq, and how they hated Bush.

Nobody’s Perfect:

While we all KNOW Michael Moore is a socialist/liberal muti-millionaire shlump, I found myself agreeing with many of the soldiers in the letter, and so I would assume, would our President.

President Trump, promised to end the endless wars in Iraq and he did. So, he agrees with Michael Moore according to his words in this book. Many times, President Trump has stated what a disaster the Iraq war was and how we should have never gone there.

So WHY does Michael Moore hate President Trump? Why not give him the credit he deserves for pulling our soldiers out? Good question.

From Wikipedia:

 “Trump thinks he’s above the law”. Moore stated it was his view that Trump had engaged in obstruction of justice, falsehoods to the United States citizenry, promoted violent behavior, and violated the Constitution of the United States.

In April 2018, Moore taunted Trump by ironically asking him why he had not already fired Mueller. After the Russia–United States summit of July 2018, Moore called for Trump impeachment, saying “Congress needs no more proof than Trump’s admission yesterday that he sides with Putin to impeach and remove him.”

Moore compared Trump to Nazi Germany‘s dictator Adolf Hitler. On August 10, 2019, Moore tweeted: “I guess they think a country dumb enough to elect Trump is stupid enough to believe Jeffrey Epstein committed suicide.” He also shared the conspiracy theory that Trump could be faking his COVID-19 diagnosis.

In October 2019, he announced his political endorsement of Bernie Sanders in the 2020 Democratic Party presidential primaries.

Okay, you get the picture. Moore is a putz.  

Here’s a few excerpts from the soldiers letters from his book:


From Al Lorentz: May 22, 2004

The military is for defending the republic, it is not for overthrowing dictators building “democracy,” or making the world a better place for everyone else. While these may, at times, be noble goals, it cannot be the business of a free and democratic society, or else it will cease to be a republic and become an empire.

From Rick Bauer: April 17, 2004

While the Gulf states universally despised Saddam and his sons, the Iraq invasion was almost universally viewed as a grudge match between the Bushes and the Hussein’s. The fact that the Iraqi people would have to suffer untold casualties, in order to settle this long-standing blood feud, continues to fuel resentment among local Arabs.  

From Kyle Waldman: February 27, 2004

We, as the Coalition Forces, did not liberate these people: we drove them even deeper into poverty. Most of the terrorists are foreigners, coming into Iraq to rebel against the Coalition Forces. I have also heard that Bush banned media coverage of the body bags arriving to the Unites States and that was a brilliant logistical move made just in time to not jeopardize Bush’s coming election.

From Michael W. July 13, 2004

A Blackwater contractor makes $15,000 a month for doing the same job as my pals and me. I make about $4,000 a month over here. What’s up with that? At the very least, the government could have made sure that each of our vehicles and the proper armament to protect us soldiers. There are civilian contractors crawling all over this country. Blackwater, Kellogg Brown and Root, Haliburton, on and on. These contractors are doing every think you can think of from security to catering lunch!

From Anonymous, April 15, 2004 (KBR truckdriver)

The fact is that MILLIONS and MILLIOINS of dollars are being raped from both the American taxpayers and the Iraqi people because of the unbelievable amount of greed and abuse over here. And yes, my conscience does bother me because I am participating in this ripe-off.


So, why is Michael so…duplicitous when it comes to politics?

Maybe because he knows how the middle class is really fed up with the Deep State of affairs. He sums it up quite nicely:

“Corporate America hates Trump. Wall Street hates Trump. The career politicians hate Trump. The media hates Trump,” he told the Ohio crowd.

“And it’s why every beaten down, nameless, forgotten working stiff, who used to be part of what was called the middle class, loves Trump.

Basically, REAL Americans make him rich.

What an easy money this book made…all he did was write the intro, the soldiers did the rest.  

By the way, the book is worth the read, simply because it’s NOT Moore writing it. I wonder if ANY of these soldiers got a penny for their contributions, don’t you?

December 7, 2020 - Posted by | Uncategorized |

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