From questioning Donald Trump’s patriotism and mental stability to griping about the GOP Congress’s “hard-hearted” budget and “drive-by” hit of a health care plan the liberal media have been going through their own version of March Madness this month. The following is a collection of just some the most over-the-top liberal media outbursts from the past month.

 



Michael Moore is known for spewing outlandish, liberal drivel, but he turned apocalyptic as a reaction to the overthrow of former President Obama’s energy plan. President Donald Trump signed an executive order into law March 28, to begin rolling back Obama’s Clean Power Plan. The plan included many regulations affecting domestic energy production.The propagandist filmmaker immediately lashed out on Twitter condemning Trump’s actions.



Getting overwhelmed by all the protests lately? Never fear. Michael Moore has a “resistance calendar” to help you keep track of them. 



Media coverage of protests is so ideologically biased as to deceive the public.  Tea Party protests were law-abiding, and so orderly that they usually left no trash behind (unlike the recent Women’s March in Washington, or attendees of the 2009 Obama inauguration, who left behind lots of trash). 

 



On Good Morning America December 2, anchor George Stephanopoulos argued with Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway over the media’s reaction to the election. When Conway brought up the fact that media was suddenly against the electoral college after their candidate lost, Stephanopoulos shot back, “No one is questioning the victory.” But is that really true? Since November 8, many journalists have openly challenged the election results and pinned their blame on the electoral college.



CNN political commentator Van Jones hosted a special town hall event titled The Messy Truth Tuesday night, to talk about how “both parties kind of suck.” During the forum, he admitted that there was an elitist vein running through the Democratic Party, and that many rust belt voters supported Donald Trump because their harsh economic reality. But the constructive conversation turned dark at the end of the program when radical progressive Michael Moore begged congressional Democrats to obstruct Republicans at every turn. 



According to Michael Moore, any person who votes for Donald Trump come November 8 is a “legal terrorist” cognizant of the fact that the candidate is “going to blow up the system.” In a recent interview with Rolling Stone’s Jason Newman, the liberal documentarian expounded on his new film Michael Moore in TrumpLand, which, despite the title, is actually about Hillary Clinton. 



Ultra-left wing filmmaker Michael Moore appeared on ABC’s The View Monday, where he promoted his new film, Michael Moore in TrumpLand.  But, as the hosts pointed out, the film really was more about Hillary Clinton then it was about Donald Trump. Moore expressed shock that any reasonable person could not vote for Clinton, gushing that she was not just a great leader but also a great Christian. The best part of Clinton’s faith, Moore stressed, was that she was silent about it.



The far-left filmmaker ripped into corporations, gun rights and President George W. Bush before most Hollywood voices rose up on those issues. He was loud and unabashedly so. Even if you disagreed with him, you knew he had his finger on the pulse of liberal America. Now, Moore is rushing out a new film attacking Donald Trump. Could Moore be any later to the party?



As a further illustration of how far liberal filmmaker Michael Moore has fallen in the minds of his cohorts, I suggest that one look no further than a review in Thursday’s New York Times in which Moore’s latest endeavor Michael Moore in TrumpLand was panned as disappointing with comedy that was “tame and sometimes lame” resulting in a “tepid” final product. 

 



Hillary Clinton was no stranger to controversy this weekend. After labeling half of Trump supporters “deplorables” and becoming unsteady at a 9/11 commemoration ceremony, the Democratic candidate was diagnosed with pneumonia, leading her to cancel a California fundraising trip and scheduled appearance on The Ellen Show

Yet, although they missed seeing her person, Hill’s Hollywood fans took to Twitter to express concern for her health … and threw in some snide comments about the Right for good measure.  



The star-crossed bipartisan relationship of Democrat staffer Laurel Healy and Republican chief-of-staff Gareth Ritter bombed like a Michael Moore documentary on last night's episode of CBS’s BrainDead.