Michael Moore Releases 2nd Slew Of Sniper Insults… There’s Just One Problem

Michael Moore has proven himself to be an ignorant hypocrite willing to utilize his First Amendment right, all the while insulting those brave men and women who protect it. In a second slew of ridiculous comments released over social media, Moore continued to insult snipers and even threw Jesus into the mix, but there’s just one problem – he’s a complete and utter moron.

Moore has been the center of controversy after slamming patriots like Chris Kyle when he posted this little doozy to Twitter last week:

It seems that the mentally impaired liberal, who thinks his words are something of value, has taken to reloading and releasing a second dose of moronic rhetoric on the matter. This time, in some pathetic attempt to drive his point home via a religious connection, he even brought Christianity into the mix by saying Jesus would have never sent soldiers to Iraq in the first place.

According to the rant:

Yet again, in a worthless argument that is over a decade old, Moore is aiming at an “I told you so” point, but he fails miserably on more fronts than one. The argument that we never should have gone to Iraq in the first place was pretty much blown out of the water when ISIS militants discovered and acquired the “non-existent” stash of WMD’s belonging to Saddam Hussein that we knew him to have.

The next point worth mentioning is Moore’s deluded notion that he at all understands the Bible or its scriptures. Trying to pervert the truth to fit and support your agenda doesn’t make you a genius, it only exposes those trying to do so for what they truly are – a fraud. It’s the basic formula for his films.

Michael Moore Releases 2nd Slew Of Sniper Insults… There’s Just One Problem

Do you need proof that Jesus (and God via the Trinity) wasn’t quite as accepting and hesitant to bust some skulls as Moore would have you believe? How about the most notorious case when Jesus himself discovered there to be mass corruption in the temple and went in there himself and flipped the place upside down?

So he made a whip out of cords, and drove all from the temple courts, both sheep and cattle; he scattered the coins of the money changers and overturned their tables. (John 2:15)

In fact, Jesus made it clear that peace and tolerance wasn’t his intention at all:

“Do not suppose that I have come to bring peace to the earth. I did not come to bring peace, but a sword.” (Matthew 10:34)

And telling his disciples to arm themselves, just as a nation would do its soldiers (yes, that includes snipers), wasn’t unheard of:

He said to them, “But now if you have a purse, take it, and also a bag; and if you don’t have a sword, sell your cloak and buy one.” (Luke 22:36)

Furthermore, man was destroyed twice in unofficial wars of the soul where God discovered the world to be corrupt and full of sin. In essence here, God was ultimate destroyer, or “sniper,” of savages, considering He unleashed His wrath from a safe distance away.

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