Liberal lunatic and quasi-documentarian Michael Moore lashed out against North Carolina’s new law protecting women and children from potential perverts and announced he’s going to be boycotting the state, but he apparently didn’t think this one through too well.
In a message posted to his Twitter account on Tuesday, the 61-year-old moonbat announced he asked the distributor of his latest film, Where to Invade Next, to not schedule any showings in the state as a form of protest against the so-called “bathroom bill,” which Moore claims is a “bigoted law against LGBTQ” people.
I have asked my distributor NOT to book my film in any theater in North Carolina due 2 their bigoted law against LGBTQ ppl. They have agreed
— Michael Moore (@MMFlint) April 12, 2016
But he forgot one important detail – his film opened as a major flop. In fact, it was the worst of his career, and people were quick to remind him of it.
@MMFlint please boycott TN as well. Thanks
— MaryAnnNotGinger (@MAnotGinger) April 12, 2016
@MMFlint Much to the dismay and disappointment of like… oh…. 8 people in Charlotte. But make your stand Michael!
— Jimmy Rigs Diebold (@jneutron1969) April 12, 2016
@MMFlint (psst…nobody watches them anyway)
— Erick Brockway (@erickbrockway) April 12, 2016
@MMFlint No one wants to see your film, you vile creature.
— Wedding Gay (@GayPatriot) April 12, 2016
@MMFlint And nothing of value was lost that day.
— Michelle Catlin (@CatlinNya) April 12, 2016
— Sean (@Patriot_Beaver) April 13, 2016
You get the idea. Go home, Michael, you’re drunk!
Breitbart News has more on the controversial law:
North Carolina’s HB 2, also known as the Public Facilities Privacy and Security Act, prohibits cities within the state from passing their own non-discrimination ordinances. The law also mandates that transgender people must use public bathrooms that correspond with their biological sex.
Gov. Pat McCrory signed the bill into law shortly after it passed the state legislature, but figures in the entertainment industry along with several businesses have vowed to boycott the state as a result of the legislation.
Bruce Springsteen canceled a planned concert in Greensboro in protest against the law, writing on his website that the “fight against prejudice and bigotry” is “more important than a rock show.” Filmmaker Rob Reiner also announced that he would no longer shoot projects in the state.