Twitter provides the perfect forum for blowhards like leftist filmmaker Michael Moore to spew venomous invective toward political rivals.
He recently proved this point in a social media post suggesting congressional Republicans, not illegal immigrants, should be the group kicked out of the U.S.
Secure the border? Secure Congress! Deport all obstructionists back home. #humanitariumcrisis
— Michael Moore (@MMFlint) July 10, 2014
With the freedom to ridicule others, however, comes the inherent possibility of being ridiculed.
When Moore is concerned, the potential for mockery is virtually limitless. Some pointed out the obvious hypocrisy of his statement:
@MMFlint Goes both ways. Dem controlled Senate are obstructing Republican bills & shelving them. You just want your way or highway.
— But…Republicans! (@Gooms) July 10, 2014
Others called on the dogmatic documentarian to put his money where his mouth is:
@MMFlint Maybe the kids crossing the border can live in one of your houses.
— Aleister (@AmericanGlob) July 11, 2014
Most respondents, however, were more inclined to counter his juvenile rhetoric with their own:
Slow down there chunky, you may pull something @MMFlint
— Liars Never Win (@liars_never_win) July 10, 2014
— Bossy Becky Ziegler (@bzbex) July 10, 2014
A guy I know who knows a guy says you like to dip your Twinkies in warm mayonaise. True or false? Thanks Chunky. @MMFlint
— Scandals R Us (@marklindesr) July 11, 2014
Photo Credit: Facebook/Michael Moore