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Handcuff-Wielding Michael Moore Declares ‘Class War’ on MSNBC: Oprah, George Soros and Others Should Be Jailed for Their Crimes

"The money's just not in the people's hands."

Following his weekend appearance at a rally of the protesters in the state capitol, the corpulent anti-capitalist popped over to The Rachel Maddow Show on MSNBC, ranting about the breaking news in Madison while presenting his case for arresting Oprah Winfrey and the other 399 richest people in America.

According to Mr. Moore:

'Wisconsin isn't broke.'

'America isn't broke. The money's just not in the people's hands'

'We have trillions of dollars in our economy, the problem is, the money isn't where it needs to be.'

And there you have it.  Michael Moore, Socialist Statesman, calling the richest 400 Americans 'criminals' who robbed, cheated and stole from the rest of the country and should be locked up for their crimes.  Here are a few names of these evil-doers from the list provided by Forbes Magazine of the 400 Wealthiest Americans:

  • Bill Gates
  • Warren Buffet
  • George Soros
  • Oprah Winfrey
  • Steve Jobs
  • Michael Bloomberg
  • David Geffen
  • George Lucas
  • Barry Diller

A very dangerous bunch indeed... and probably not a liberal among them.

In addition to the list of the 'Most Wanted,' Generalisso Moore also announced that this is officially a war:  (the clip is new, freeze frame's the same)

And what revolution would be complete without students?  Michael Moore has also decided that students all across America should walk out of class tomorrow at 2:00pm.  (again, new clip, same freeze frame)

So, let's get this right.  In Michael Moore's America, Oprah, Soros, Bloomberg, Buffet, Gates and the rest of the Forbes 400 are in jail, and the kids encouraged to walk out of school.

One last thing…
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