Normally I select something positive as the one notable tweet of the day. Not this time.
According to BREITBART:
Left-wing documentary filmmaker Michael Moore has apologized to Iran on behalf of the American people, saying that he is sorry for the recent air strike ordered by President Donald Trump that killed Gen. Qasem Soleimani.
He also pleaded with the Ayatollah and the President of Iran to refrain from acts of vengeance, asking them instead to allow the American people to vote President Trump out of office in November or for the Senate to impeach him.
The Bowling for Columbine and Fahrenheit 9/11 director posted a tweet in Farsi on Monday expressing “regret” for the air strike that took place Friday, while also insulting President Trump.
“I deeply regret the violence committed on our behalf by a man that most Americans never voted for,” Moore tweeted, according to an automatic Twitter translation.
Moore also posted an Instagram message in Farsi, in which he begged the Ayatollah and the President of Iran to allow the American people to remove President Trump from office in a peaceful election or through impeachment via the Senate.
The filmmaker began the post by expressing his “deep condolences for the acts of violence committed on our behalf” by President Trump.
“I want you not to respond violently, but to act bravely instead,” Moore pleaded, according to a translation. “We will take care of this in our Senate or at the ballot box, non-violently.”
Moore added: “Violence only increases violence.”