Following former Vice President Joe Biden’s first-ever primary (or caucus) victory in South Carolina, filmmaker and imbecile-extraordinaire Michael Moore called in to MSNBC to downplay creepy Uncle Joe’s decisive win. Moore, a zealous supporter of Sen. Bernie Sanders, a.k.a. “Comrade Commie,” insisted Crazy Bernie is still the front-runner. (A claim that will be much harder to substantiate after ‘Super-Tuesday’ results are finalized.) None-the-less, he whined, "It's so sad that Mayor Pete [Buttigieg] and Amy [Klobuchar] couldn't- they somehow couldn't even go 24 more hours. It wasn't going to cost them any more money, wasn't going to cost them any more work.” He accused the Dem duo of “falling in line” rather than being legitimately motivated to endorse or aid Biden.
The Corpulent One was subsequently asked by MSNBC anchor Ari Melber about his claim that Biden wouldn’t “excite the base” following the South Carolina primary. Moore replied, "South Carolina is not representative of the United States. I mean, that's just the facts... absolutely no impact on the November 3rd election."
South Carolina is not representative of the of the United States? This is a surpassingly idiotic statement, even for Moore. He obviously has no concept of states or federalism. South Carolina was one of the original 13 colonies. It was here at the founding. Moore doesn’t like it because it is more conservative than most other states. He would tell you that “Wyoming isn’t representative of the United States,” that “Oklahoma isn’t representative of the U.S.,” that “Texas isn’t representative of the U.S.,” and “neither are Georgia, West Virginia, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Kansas, or North and South Dakota.” I’m sure after Trump won in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Michigan and Ohio in 2016, he didn’t think they were representative of America, either.
The truth is, Moore isn’t representative of the United States. Trump won the 2016 popular vote in an incredible 2,626 counties to Clinton’s 487. As Moore himself would say, “that’s just the facts.”