Michael Moore still desperately cheerleading for Occupy movement
Michael Moore is still singing the praises of Occupy Wall Street. On the movement’s one-year anniversary on Monday, Moore congratulated OWS for forever changing the way Americans look at wealth. And while he’s certain Occupy had Mitt Romney’s room of fat cats quivering in fear, his link to a transcript of the super-secret Romney fundraiser video shows Occupy mentioned only once — in the same sentence as the tea party.
Doesn’t matter if you’re in the tea party of Occupy Wall Street, people see that the government is working for the powerful interests and the people who are well-connected politically and not the common person.
The fat cats at Jay-Z and Beyoncé’s $40,000-a-person fundraiser, though, don’t seem to think of Occupy at all. Multi-millionaire host Jay-Z recently told an interviewer he took a pass on his chance to join Occupy: “I don’t know what the fight is about,” he confessed. “What do we want? Do you know?”
Occupy can rest easy knowing they’ll always have a home in Moore’s head, if not at Obama’s fundraisers.