Michael Moore unleashes fury over Michigan right-to-work law on twitter, says he intends to break the law

 

Left-wing documentary maker Michael Moore is none too happy about the Republican ran Michigan legislature’s decision Thursday to pass a right-to-work law in the Great Lakes state.

Moore had an epic meltdown on twitter Friday morning in which he said he was “enraged” by the legislature’s actions.

As conservatives aptly pointed out on twitter, Moore was against unions when they were hurting his ability to make money and hire the employees of his choice, but is now for them as part of an effort to spite Republicans. Or as Brian Lerch put it, “Do as I say, not as I do.”

What a wonderful role model that Michael Moore is.

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  1. JDavid says:

    M.Moore is going to start a business in MI, and then as its owner, organize a union and refuse to hire workers who won’t join the union he organizes in his own shop?

    I’ll bet there are people who will believe that…after all, look who’s king of the USA.

  2. don says:

    “””Michael Moore unleashes fury……””

    Really?

    Is this moron even capable of “fury”? Are you sure your not talking about furry?

    He is a leech on society.

    Now where is the exterminator when you need one?

  3. Patrick says:

    If Michael Moore really does not want non-union members enjoying the benefits bargained for by the unions, he could always advocate that unions give up their exclusive bargaining rights. Problem solved.

  4. ricci logan says:

    well I’m happy he feels the way he does most honest hard working people probably wouldn’t want to waste the time standing around……i mean working for ms moore…………..he should really get over himself he isn’t that important or significant

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