"Bowling For Columbine" Director Michael Moore has seen Rose McGowan’s apology to Iran and raised her one sniveling, groveling cry for mercy. And reached a brand new level of America-hating cowardice, while he was at it.
In a post shared to Instagram over the weekend, Moore said he’d personally reached out to the Ayatollah of Iran – personally reached out to him – begging him not to retaliate against the U.S. airstrike that killed Iran’s top commander, Qassem Soleimani, late last week.
“I have just sent the Ayatollah of Iran a personal appeal asking him not to respond to our assassination of his top General with violence of any kind, but rather let me & millions of Americans fix this peacefully,” Moore wrote on Instagram.
“I recorded and [direct messaged] him a message on my podcast, ‘RUMBLE,’” he went on. You can hear it on any podcast platform like Apple or Spotify for free. We need to prevent war, any war. Now. When the Ayatollah responds, I’ll post his reply.”
“I would like to ask you, as much as you have the right to and as much as you want to, I would like you, the leadership of the country of Iran, to not respond with violence to the United States,” Moore said in his linked podcast.
“I am asking you to try what Martin Luther King and Gandhi said requires the most amount of courage which is to respond with non-violence,” he went on. “I am asking you to leave this up to me, give me all of 10 months, and I and millions of Americans will remove Trump from the White House.”
On that note, I have also sent a personal message of which I'd like to inform the public. I’ve written to Mirriam-Webster Dictionary and asked them to kindly place a photo of Michael Moore next to the definition of “coward.”
When they respond, I’ll post their reply.