Michael Moore Produces Incredibly Vile Campaign Video for MoveOn.org

Michael Moore has produced a campaign video for MoveOn.org so vile that he has to be considered guilty of elderly abuse for having the senior citizens say the words that Moore & Co. wrote in the script. The video supposedly takes place at Rosebud Nursing Home and the script calls for some of the residents there to use the foulest of language to express their anger at what is described is "Republican voter suppression." What this video really represents is an incredible anger on the part of the Left and how they won't be able to accept the election result if Romney wins.

The video is below the fold but be aware that there is a very strong language warning. I will only partially spell out the words actually spoken in the video:


The first person in the video is identified as 97 year old Marie and here are her "tender" words:

I was born in 1915 during World War I. My first vote was in 1940 for Franklin D. Roosevelt and I have not missed an election since. And I want the Republican Party to know if your voter suppression throughout this beautiful country enables Romney to oust Barack Obama...we will burn this motherf---er down!

Next up in Michael Moore's "class act" is 75 year old Dorothi:

I have four generations of family on this earth and my life has been very blessed. And if the Republicans steal this election, I'm going to track down Mitt Romney and give him the world's biggest c---punch. What's the matter sonny, you never heard that phrase, "c---punch?" Right in the N--SACK!

The last person featured in the video is 85 year old John who vows to watch the younger people have sex from heaven if the Republicans win the election.

Any normal person watching this campaign video would have to conclude that Michael Moore and MoveOn.org are most definitely deranged. And now to enter the video into the Guinness Book of Records as the most vile campaign video ever made.

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