Collusion: Michael Moore Participated in Anti-Trump Rally Allegedly Arranged by Russians

One more notch of hypocrisy on his very, very large belt.

Ultra-left-wing Michael Moore, whose propaganda films attack everything from the 2nd Amendment to capitalism, has railed against President Donald Trump since the business mogul entered his hat into the presidential ring in 2015. 

Moore has pushed the narrative that Trump colluded with Russia during the 2016 election, posting on Facebook last February:

"It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out what was going on: TRUMP COLLUDING WITH THE RUSSIANS TO THROW THE ELECTION TO HIM."

Moore seems to have found himself in a humiliating situation: while the seemingly never-ending investigation has found no evidence of any Trump-Russia collusion, prosecutors made a startling announcement Friday. According to an indictment signed by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, the Russians charged with interfering in the presidential election organized a "Trump is NOT my President" rally held in New York on November 12th of 2016. Prominently present at the event: Michael Moore.

Moore posted a photo of himself at the assembly -- unwittingly (?) participating in a Russian collusion of sorts, of which he would later falsely accuse the President:

"At today's Trump Tower protest. He wouldn't come down."

Around 25,000 people took part in the Russian-sponsored anti-Trump march, chanting and screaming against the president-elect. 

Moore is no stranger to hypocrisy: his propaganda piece Capitalism: A Love Story raged against the American liberty to own one's own business. The leftist movie was produced by Dog Eat Dog Films -- the business which Moore himself owns. Moore also routinely speaks out against wealth and privilege; his net worth is $50 million.

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