Michael Moore is a shabby, disgusting sub-human
In the most emotional moment of President Trump’s one-hour address to Congress on Feb. 28, he paid tribute to Navy SEAL William “Ryan” Owens, who was killed Jan. 29 during a raid in Yemen.
“He died as he lived — a warrior,” said Trump, looking over at Ryan’s widow Carryn. “Ryan’s legacy is etched into eternity.”
During the two-minute standing ovation that followed, Carryn Owens, who was sitting next to Ivanka Trump and other guests on the balcony of the House chamber, fought back tears.
And then, as the tears streamed down her face, Carryn stood up, clasped her hands in apparent prayer, raised her head and appeared to say to her fallen husband, “I love you.
Anyone who wasn’t deeply moved by that moment and that tribute is a cynical, cold-hearted sub-human.
And that would be the shabby, disgusting Michael Moore.
The left-wing, ultra-liberal maker of self-righteous documentaries blasted Trump for “exploiting the grieving widow,” particularly when the president said after the two-minute standing ovation, “Ryan’s looking down right now, and he’s very happy because I thing he just broke the record.”
To which Moore sanctimoniously said, “The sickness of the man.”
Carryn Owens didn’t see it that way. She smiled broadly through her tears and clapped her hands, genuinely thankful for the outpouring of emotion from the packed house.
Cartoonist A.F. Branco captured the despicable mind-set of Moore with this:
Taya Kyle, the widow of legendary American sniper Chris Kyle, who died in 2013 at 38, said Moore and his reaction to the tribute to Ryan made her sick to her stomach.
She speaks for all decent human beings, among whom Michael Moore doesn’t belong.
Moore, of course, despises President Trump and has called for all manner of treasonous, even murderous schemes to get rid of him.
In the end, it will be Michael Moore who goes down.
— Guy de Michêl