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The Reviews Are in for Michael Moore’s Anti-Trump Broadway Show — He Didn’t Expect This!

Michael Moore’s anti-Trump Broadway show is so horrific, even the liberal New York Times had no choice but to slam it.

I couldn’t even imagine paying $249 to watch some slob waddle around on stage in some leftist tirade against freedom to choose for yourself.

This guy just picked his side and plays them to sell his videos and now he plays them to get them to come and waste hard earned money watching him go on about some SJW issues.


This is the guy that fights “evil” capitalism but has mastered it so well to stay wealthy.

I must admit, Michael Moore has had some good views on some issues over his lifetime but he is lost in a liberal world where he must cater to their crackpot ideas to pay for his high cost of eating.

The Hill reports:

A New York Times theater critic is slamming Michael Moore’s new anti-Trump Broadway show, likening it to “being stuck at Thanksgiving dinner with a garrulous, self-regarding, time-sucking uncle.”

“Gotta love him,” the Times’s Jesse Green writes of his reaction to Moore in the opening night Thursday review, “but maybe let’s turn on the television.”

But Green says of the “Fahrenheit 9/11” filmmaker and liberal activist that “you don’t have to disagree with Mr. Moore’s politics to find that his shtick has become disagreeable with age.”

The theater performance “falls short of offering useful ideas about how individuals can make a difference — as Mr. Moore, drawing on his own biography, insists they can,” the Times’s critic writes. “Details are scant. Run for school board, he recommends. Be Rosa Parks. Download 5calls.org, an app that promises to ‘turn your passive participation into active resistance.’”

“This show did that pretty well for me, even without the app. I actively resisted plenty of material that might otherwise be amenable to me politically,” says Green.

Green writes that “hokey set pieces … fizzled,” while a game show-style audience participation stunt could be done better by “almost any savvy talk show host.” The Times calls some of Moore’s targets, such as former President Ronald Reagan and conservative media figure Glenn Beck, “so old and obvious.”

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