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Michael Moore: 'If This Were a Movie, Heroes Would Swoop in & Kill the Murderous Cops. The Audience Would Cheer'

By Craig Bannister | August 25, 2020 | 2:15pm EDT
Michael Moore
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“If this were a movie, heroes would swoop in & kill the murderous cops. The audience would cheer. Loud!” filmmaker and liberal activist tweeted Tuesday.

“Then the superhero would rain fire down on Police HQ & the audience would stand & applaud!” Moore added, in an apparent commentary on the recent police shooting of Jacob Blake in Wisconsin:

“If this were a movie, heroes would swoop in & kill the murderous cops. The audience would cheer. Loud! Then the superhero would rain fire down on Police HQ & the audience would stand & applaud! White, Black, Brown- the entire audience would scream YES! Thank God it’s just a movie”

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In his next tweet, Moore called on blacks to defend themselves by shooting back at police – and for white Americans to “seek redemption before it’s too late!”:

“Kenosha, Wisconsin. USA. I see now this will never end. Black America, over to you. You have a 2ndAmendment right to defend yourselves.

“White America - seek redemption before it’s too late!

“End the madness. Defund. Dismantle. Demilitarize. Dismiss.”

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