Sunday, April 21, 2024

Michael Moore & President Trump Agree on THIS About 2020 Dem Candidate

‘We don’t even have to hear him denying saying it, because there’s no way he’d say that…’

Michael Moore / IMAGE: MSNBC via Youtube

(Claire Russel, Liberty Headlines) Filmmaker Michael Moore accused Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., of spreading “a malicious lie” about Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., by accusing him of sexism.

Moore, an outspoken critic of President Donald Trump and a Sanders supporter, said during his podcast on Wednesday that Warren’s claim that Sanders told her a woman couldn’t win the presidency is obviously untrue.

“[CNN] ran with that story without any backup or agreement or denial from the Warren campaign. Or the Sanders campaign. And it was shocking. It was shocking to me, because I know both of these people,” Moore said.

“After 48 hours of this, and after watching the debate last, I felt a knife in the heart,” he continued. “My heart.”

Moore said he was sure Warren would apologize and retract her claim, but instead she “confirmed” and “continued the lie.”

Warren accused Sanders of calling her a “liar on national television” after Tuesday’s Democratic primary debate. She refused to shake his hand and confronted him, but Sanders urged her to continue the conversation at a later date.

Ironically, Trump agrees with Moore and defended Sanders during a campaign rally Tuesday: “I don’t believe that Bernie said that. I really don’t … It’s not the kind of thing he’d say,” the president reasoned.

Moore echoed Trump’s sentiments on his podcast this week: “I was paralyzed—paralyzed—that her staffers would say such a thing. Any of us who have known Bernie forever know automatically, we don’t even have to hear him denying saying it, because there’s no way he’d say that.”

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