Michael Moore

Michael Moore: White Texans Don’t Deserve the COVID-19 Vaccine After Mask Mandate Lifted

Left-wing documentary filmmaker Michael Moore said to Texans “you don’t need” the vaccine for COVID-19. Moore, minutes later, clarified himself and said “we must and will find a way to vaccinate the poor and people of color in Texas,” excluding, still, millions of Texans he apparently deems undeserving of being immunized after Texas Governor Greg Abbott (R) announced that the state would be reopening “100 percent,” and that the mask mandate is being lifted.

CRESTON, IA - JANUARY 31: Filmmaker and director Michael Moore speaks to an audience at a campaign event for Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) at Southwestern Community College on January 31, 2020 in Creston, Iowa. Senator Sanders, whom was in Washington to participate in a Senate Impeachment vote, …

Hollywood Celebs Rip Trump in Final 24 Hours in Office: ‘F**k Every Single Trump Voter’

Left-wing Hollywood stars are jeering at President Donald Trump and his more than 74 million supporters as the commander in chief enters the final hours of his term, saying “we have all dreamed and prayed for this day.” Elites including Michael Moore, Billy Eichner, Chelsea Handler, Bette Midler, and Jeffrey Wright posted jubilant and in some cases hate-filled messages mocking the outgoing president.

Neilson Barnard; Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images/Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP

5 Ways Donald Trump’s Policies Helped Black Americans

Speaking to a packed crowd in Dimondale — a suburb of Lansing, Michigan — Donald Trump made a direct appeal to black Americans, asking: “What the hell do you have to lose” by supporting me? That was August 2016. The question caused consternation from the elite media. There weren’t enough fainting couches to go around. But as I chronicle in my new book, 50 Things They Don’t Want You to Know About Trump, black Americans, indeed, had a lot to gain from a Trump presidency.

US President Donald Trump (C) holds up an executive order to bolster historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) after signing it in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, DC, February 28, 2017. / AFP / JIM WATSON (Photo credit should read JIM WATSON/AFP via Getty Images)