Hollywood Idiots Slander ‘American Sniper’


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Michael Moore is being Michael Moore again.

Moore- the stubbornly sloppy socialist who appropriates a hypocritical, “down-with-the-regular-folk” schtick to mask the fact that his slickly-edited, hit-piece documentaries have made him a one-percenter, sounded off on the Chris Kyle biopic, “American Sniper.”

From the Daily Caller

Kyle, the most lethal sniper in military history, saved countless lives of American soldiers in his 4 tours of duty in Iraq. He was killed in February of 2013 by a fellow soldier he was trying to help who was suffering from severe post-traumatic stress.

But, of course, none of that matters to the chewed-up piece of bubble gum known as Michael Moore. The fact that Kyle was so efficient in his job probably adds to Moore’s snarkiness.

So according to this fat socialist, snipers are “cowards” who “aren’t heroes”.  Amazing

First, of course is Moore’s inability to resist the temptation of moral relativism- all snipers bad. Based on Moore’s twisted moral universe, John Allen Muhammad- the “DC Sniper,” who arbitrarily killed ten people back in 2002, is morally equivalent to Chris Kyle who killed Islamic jihadi terrorists before they could kill members of the US military or innocent Iraqi civilians.

Second, from what I’ve seen and read, snipers will shoot a target anywhere they have a clean shot, moron.

Just to be clear, Moore thinks snipers- and by extension, members of the military in general- are cowards who volunteer themselves to be put in harms way to fight for the very freedoms he takes for granted. See how easy and tasteless it is for Moore to passive-aggressively insult a deceased yet celebrated soldier from the comfort, luxury and security that he has, knowing a) that Kyle can’t defend himself; and b) this sack of bacon fat doesn’t have the testicles to offer his condescending insults directly to the face of any sniper in- or member of- the US military.

But Kyle is the coward. Riiiiiiight. Michael Moore is bad joke.

Moore is a well-known Hollywood progressive who advocates for socialism and “economic justice.” Moore has a history of attacking the military, corporations and the wealthy while embracing totalitarian regimes around the world, including Cuba. While he’s never been in the military, he and his company have made tens of millions of dollars through his films.

His recent divorce exposed his lavish lifestyle, including a huge mansion in Traverse City, Michigan, which exposed him to charges of hypocrisy.

Nope. Chris Kyle isn’t the coward y any stretch; Michael Moore is.

A. Big. Fat. Lying. Pathetic. Hypocritical. Coward.

Moore isn’t alone in his stupidity- he has company. Man-boy Seth Rogan who grabbed attention last month when his horrible movie “The Interview” was canceled by Sony after receiving cyber threats to pull the movie, chimed in to offer his thoughts regarding the hit movie as well.

On Twitter, Seth said-

Ahhh. Ok. The forever juvenile has compared ‘American Sniper’ to Nazi propaganda. According to the Daily Caller

The movie to which Rogen referred is the fake “Nation’s Pride,” the Nazi propaganda movie that draws Hitler, Joseph Goebbels, and other Nazi high command leaders to the theater where they are slaughtered in Quentin Tarantino’s masterpiece.

It’s too bad that Rogen couldn’t have voiced his thoughtless opinion last month prior to millions of people spending good money to support him and his bad film. Both he and Moore are obviously free to say what they want, regardless of how moronic it is. The irony is that they intentionally attack those who volunteer to defend the security and right for them to be as stupid as they want to be.

These two are emblematic of a large portion of Hollywood with their hollow chests, inverted morality and lack of self-awareness.

2 thoughts on “Hollywood Idiots Slander ‘American Sniper’

  1. kline smith January 29, 2015 / 11:43 am

    The only reason Seth Rogans’ comparrison between American Sniper and the Nazi Propaganda film in the Tarantino upsets the mentally and morally challenged Teabaggers so bad is because the comparison is SPOT ON accurate.
    Confronting the Right with Truth they dont want to hear cause them to foam at the mouth everytime.
    Killing with a scope mounted rifle from the safety of a half mile away isnt anymore ‘heroic ‘then arming a roadside bomb and walking away.
    Lets ignore the context of the fact Iraq had nothing to do with 9/11 and our Republican leadership LIED about WMD’s aand put or troops in harms way for no other cause then Haliburton’s shareholders.
    Lets reduce it to an action flick with one dimensional good guys and bad guys with CGI brain spray so the Duck Dynasty fan boys and Bubbas can wrap their minds around it.
    It IS propaganda.


    • derryckg January 29, 2015 / 2:02 pm

      ^^^ Speaking of propaganda…

      Moral equivalence is always a sign of zero nuance and a broken moral compass. Anyone comparing a sniper in the US military to a jihadi setting an IED completely and immediately undermines one’s credibility.

      The real issue is that a movie like ‘American Sniper- or a guy like Chris Kyle- makes liberal, gelded men like Seth Rogan, Michael Moore and company VERY uncomfortable. Real masculinity terrifies men on the Left who’re generally effeminate and or confused about the proper role and function of masculinity. It especially terrifies folks like Rogan, Moore and Maher because what their petulant responses to this movie really indicate is that they’re jealous- being a man comes so easy to people like Kyle; not so much to the perpetual boy-men on the Left like them. And as a friend pointed out, Rogan, Moore et.al. secretly desire to be like Kyle and are envious of the fact that he was able to do something they could never do- actually volunteer for the service and put themselves in harm’s way for a greater good.

      On the other hand, Rogan, Moore and Maher are ALL arrogant, snarky cowards of the first sort.

      Forget why we went into Iraq; it became pointless the moment we went in. We were there and they dealt with the jihadi savages that came to fight, period. You may disagree with the reasoning, but you should support the folks who went. But the limp-wrist, morally-challenged who live in the comfort and security that’s partially provided by our military, passive-aggressively- and sanctimoniously say these things knowing they’ve never so much as fired a Daisy BB gun.

      Pathetic, the whole lot.


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