WATCH: Michael Moore Rails Against 'Angry White Men'

"They are fanatical about this because they know their time is up — the angry white guy."

Left-wing activist and documentarian Michael Moore joined the media choir on Thursday night by targeting white males while discussing the midterm elections on "Late Night with Seth Meyers."

Moore addressed "angry white American guys who are semi-uneducated" in a blatantly sexist and racist rant, gleefully telling his "fellow" man that their "time is up" and they should be replaced by women.

The famed leftist started by speaking to the "non-voter" bloc; Moore claimed these people are likely tired of the same old politicians. After boasting about the number of women on the ballot this year, Moore encouraged typical non-voters, "Give it a shot just this one time. I think you'll be surprised by who's on the ballot. We will throw all the bastards out!"

While warning Democrats about the midterms, Moore took a deep dive into the "scared" "white man."

"Remember, Donald Trump outsmarted us. He outsmarted us in 2016 and won the White House in 2016 by losing the election. That takes a certain kind of evil genius to figure that out," he said. "So don't think for one second, that come Tuesday, they don't have every intention of holding onto the House and Senate."

"And they are good at what they do," Moore said, "and you should respect the fact that they are able to get away with this. They got away with it with Gore, when he won; we didn't do anything about it. They got away with it when Hillary won; we don't do anything about it. They know us! They know we are busy, and we have other things to do!"

"They are fanatical about this because they know their time is up — the angry white guy," he continued.

Moore then addressed his "fellow angry white American guys, who are semi-uneducated like me."

"Dudes, give it up. We've been running the show for 10,000 years. It's like, we've had a long run, as men, running everything," he said, adding, "Why don't we just take a break? Let the majority gender run the show?"

"What are you scared of?" he asked.

Although this doesn't need to be said, if Moore addressed any other demographic in the same manner as he did "angry white men" on Thursday he would instantly be labeled racist and sexist. But, of course, this is not the case since it's apparently kosher to rail against white males.

Earlier in the week, for example, CNN host Don Lemon similarly ranted against white men. Lemon asked why we don't have a "ban" on white men and categorized the group as the "the biggest terror threat in this country."

"I keep trying to point out to people and not to demonize any one group or any one ethnicity," he told fellow CNN host Chris Cuomo. "But we keep thinking that the biggest terror threat is something else, some people who are marching, you know, towards the border, like it’s imminent. And the last time they did this, a couple hundred people came, and you know, most of them did get into the country, most of them got tuckered out before they even made it to the border."

Remember, the "progressive" speech-policing is not really about progress or the rejection of hatred at all; not as long as it's completely fine to target white males on the basis on their skin and sex.



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