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Did Michael Moore just predict the assassination of Donald Trump on late night TV?

Has the liberal left completely lost their collective minds?

Is Michael Moore actually calling for the assassination of Donald Trump before inauguration day?

Is Michael Moore hopeful and giddy at having Trump somehow prevented from becoming US President in January?

I don’t know about you, but this surely sounds like a thinly veiled incitement to commit a violent act against the President-elect.

Appearing on Late Night With Seth Myers, Moore decided to make a prediction, that ‘something crazy will happen to Trump…and remember he is still not president until inauguration in January.

What could happen from now until January 20th of 2017?

The electoral college may change their vote…but this is a total long shot aside from a couple electors going rogue. Jill Stein’s recount, meant to delegitimize Trump and somehow get Hillary into the White House, appears dead and over.

Paul Joseph Watson asks, “So what else could Moore be alluding to apart from some form of violent action to physically prevent Trump from taking the White House?”

Paul Joseph Watson dissects Michael Moore’s prediction that something will happen to Trump in six weeks, in what very well looks like a call to take violent action against the 45th President of the United States.

Film maker Michael Moore, who correctly predicted that Trump would win Michigan, Wisconsin, Ohio and Pennsylvania, is now predicting that something “crazy” could happen to stop Trump from being sworn in as president on January 20.

Appearing on Late Night With Seth Myers, Moore continually emphasized the point that Hillary won the popular vote, using that reasoning to argue that Trump’s presidency was illegitimate.
“He’s not president of the United States yet, he’s not president ‘til noon on January 20th of 2017,” said Moore as the liberal audience applauded.

“That’s more than six weeks away. Would you not agree, regardless what side of the political fence you’re on, this has been the craziest election year. Nothing anyone predicted has happened — the opposite has happened. So is it possible, just possible, that in these next six weeks, something else might happen — something crazy, something we’re not expecting?” added Moore.

Moore alluded to the potential for members of the electoral college to change their vote, but this is such a long shot it has virtually no chance of overturning the election result.

The only other avenue would be massive vote fraud being uncovered by Jill Stein’s recount, but this hasn’t happened and her efforts have basically flat lined at this point.

So what else could Moore be alluding to apart from some form of violent action to physically prevent Trump from taking the White House?

For the entire election cycle, the mainstream media has legitimized violence against Trump by hysterically pushing the idea that he represents a fundamental danger to the country and the world.

Violence at Trump rallies – proven to be bankrolled by the DNC – was also completely mischaracterized by the media and blamed on Trump.

An environment has been created that encourages crazed left-wing agitators to try and make themselves into martyrs by attempting to take Trump’s life before he can become president.

One assassination attempt was prevented when a British man tried to grab an officer’s gun at a Trump rally in Las Vegas and shoot the president-elect, a story that media hardly reported on.

If and when the next assassination attempt happens, and we can only hope it doesn’t, huge swathes of the far-left are so full of hatred and intolerance that they will celebrate Trump’s death like it’s the equivalent of Mussolini being executed.

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