Over a year ago, I devoted a series of posts to men in the so-called counterculture, who make a great living pretending to speak truth to power, but who prove themselves daily to be ball-less conformists. One such man is the male feminst Alex Jones, another is Michael Moore.
Moore regularly makes big budget documentaries appealing to a populist audience. When he got run through the ringer of the divorce courts, several years ago, I thought there was some possibility that he might shine a cleansing spotlight on the parasites who live at our expense.
Did he? No way!
Take a gander at the shapeless, barren pig that Moore married, and ask yourself what she could have possibly done to get the multimillion dollar payout she was awarded by the faggot judges down at the family courts. The answer, of course, is nothing. She got him to marry her, and that was all she ever had to do, in order to qualify to become a fabulously wealthy wimminz.
Not content to take most of Moore’s money, said boobless rhino is now filing frivolous motions and actions in a New York court, doing an end run around Michigan orders to keep her mouth shut. She appears to be doing this solely to embarrass the man she has spent the last decade bankrupting.
Moore’s lawyer, Kenneth Warner, wrote in court papers filed Friday that Kathleen Glynn (Moore’s ex-wife) sued him “in order to publicize information that would have remained sealed and confidential if their case had stayed in the Michigan court.”
It was an attempt to “smear [Moore] in the press with her false allegations,” Warner said.
The lawsuit is “an act of extreme disrespect to the Michigan Circuit Court,” the court documents say, noting that decisions in the New York case could conflict with progress in the ongoing Michigan case, Warner said.
She “gratuitously included highly personal and confidential information in her petition in an apparent effort to increase public exposure and try to embarrass [Moore],” Warner wrote.
The fact that the suit revealed Moore’s negative income reportings to the IRS in 2014 and 2016 served “no legitimate purpose,” the court papers say.
It is very difficult to feel sorry for Michael Moore. He has had four years to tell his side of the story, and he has been possessed of the means and opportunity to publicize the travesty which is the American divorce court system. He has steadfastly refused to lift a finger to help the millions of men who are in similar circumstances.
May he continue to get what he deserves.