Michael Moore Claims Ignorance On Weinstein Despite Active Partnership, Blames 'All White Men'Chris Menahan
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Even though Harvey Weinstein's sexual proclivities were an open secret for three decades, Michael Moore had no problem working closely with him for years.
The two best buds teamed up earlier this year on a new anti-Trump documentary titled "Fahrenheit 11/9," which is a sequel to Moore's 2004 documentary "Fahrenheit 9/11," which was also produced by Bob and Harvey Weinstein when they were at Miramax.
"Actually Harvey Weinstein is one of the best people to work with in this town #funfactneverreported," Moore tweeted just two years ago.
After Weinstein's proclivities were exposed by the the New York Times and Ronan Farrow at The New Yorker, Moore stayed silent for eight days. He refused to give a comment to The Guardian when asked earlier this week.
On Friday, rather than issue an apology, Moore claimed ignorance and attempted to deflect any personal responsibility with a lengthy Facebook post saying the moment should be seized to bring down "white male hierarchy."
USE THIS MOMENT TO CREATE A WORLD WITHOUT HARVEYSMoore took Weinstein to court in 2012 to get slightly more money out of Fahrenheit 9/11. He partnered with Weinstein happily again literally earlier this year, two years after Weinstein's face was plastered over New York newspapers for allegedly groping model Ambra Battilana Gutierrez.
There is no way in hell Moore didn't know what Weinstein was up to.
It's unreal what a liar this man is, yet the liberal media is hailing him as a hero for this idiotic rant.
Moore goes on to blame "all men," which he later specifies means "white men," for Weinstein's personal behavior, even though Weinstein is Jewish:
All of us (men) must share the responsibility for allowing a society to exist where women do not feel safe. A society where, when they are abused, they are not able to tell their stories without fear of retribution and shame. A society that badgers, blames or scoffs at women when they tell their stories. Or how they tell their stories. Or "how long" it took them. They carry a burden that most of us (men) never have to experience. If you can't empathize with that or understand what they are dealing with, then maybe you're part of the problem.What if we put the fox in charge of guarding the hen house?
How stupid are liberals to actually buy this crap?
Let's use this moment to end the abuse of women in our industry. Let's make this a call for men to take a stand against the men who perpetrate this corrosive, criminal behavior, to call them out and shut them down. We can do this. All it takes is the will and the decision to say "enough is enough!"Let's change the subject from us covering up this man's abuses for three decades and focus on pushing the anti-white male agenda we've been pursuing for years (with Harvey Weinstein's funding and backing)!
I have four suggestions that Hollywood (and our greater society) should act on immediately:
3. To the men who do treat women as equals and behave toward them with respect and dignity: This is your moment! Confront the abusive men at work. When you see something, you must say something. No more ignoring and turning away when you see women being harassed and intimidated in the workplace. This is on us. MEN, step forward, NOW!This is all pure misdirection to avoid the fact he's BFFs with Weinstein and knew exactly what he was doing. I sincerely hope Weinstein spills his guts and points out what hypocrites all these lying Hollywood hacks who are feigning ignorance and throwing him under the bus are.
These are short term actions that can happen now. But I want to point out that there is also a fundamental fix that MUST occur in the long run if there is ever to be any real change. We must reform our broken economic system and transform it into one that is equitable and democratic, one where the gap between rich and poor is ELIMINATED so that no longer do a few wealthy men hold the power.Notice how he doesn't even mention his active partnership with Weinstein?
Instead, he says "white men" are to blame for Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein's alleged serial sexual abuses, and the only solution is to take away "white men's" power and bring in communism.
Of course, the fake news media ran with Moore's bulls**t with little to no scrutiny.
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