Michael Moore: Trump Has 'No Right to Enter' White House

"There are too many questions"

Left-wing propagandist Michael Moore's trolling of President-elect Donald Trump's upcoming inauguration grows increasingly childish each week, raising the question of whether it's just a stunt to keep himself relevant since his movies are no longer getting the job done. 

Appearing on MSNBC with Chris Hayes on Friday, Moore called for "protesting, obstructing, disrupting, civil disobedience" against Trump's inauguration.

"I mean, the man has no right to enter that house," Moore exclaimed. "There are too many questions about the — whatever collusion was going on. I mean, they admitted that they were in touch with the Russians during the campaign. They have said that. So, we would need to know as Americans what the hell was going on there, and he does not have a mandate. He does not have a mandate."

Since the election of Trump last November, an event he predicted correctly, Moore has been gearing up for a repeat of his Bush years persona as a regular schlub speaking truth to power. Not only has he called for congressional Democrats to obstruct Republicans at all turns, he has called on supporters to "disrupt the inauguration," which he terms "civil disobedience."

The propagandist reached the height of hysteria in a Facebook post last week, crying that "Donald Trump is gonna get us killed." 

Trump won't be getting anyone killed, except maybe a few AK-47 wielding jihadis intent on killing us, but Moore's call to disrupt the election may incite violence that ends fatally. 

Cut the act, Moore. Don't incite riots just because no one buys tickets to your movies anymore. 

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