Dana Loesch Slams ‘Michael Moore Wanna-Be’ for Michael Brown ‘Documentary’

‘I feel like this is an opportunistic Michael Moore wanna-be who wants to go ... and fan the flames further in my city’

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LOESCH: "This documentary it doesn’t change anything. And it's -- it -- I’m bewildered by the argument that this filmmaker, Jason Pollack is trying to put out there. He's basically saying that, well you know, he -- he didn’t go in and rob anyone. He’s a drug dealer. So that makes it so much better. But really there was no -- still even then it's still a fact, because there was no cash exchange and the store owners were saying he still stole. And this doesn’t change anything. What happened happened. It doesn’t change the fact that he didn’t try to attack and kill a cop with his own gun according to three independent forensic investigations. And the fact that his -- he had his fingerprints all in the trigger guard and that the gun powder residue that was found on his hand is consistent with someone trying to go and grab a gun and the position in which he was found to have done. It absolutely changes nothing. And it’s sad to me because I feel like this is an opportunistic Michael Moore wanna-be who wants to go in my city -- I -- my home time is St. Louis. he wants to go and fan the flames further in my city, a city that has endured already so terribly much. Opportunists like this guy need to stop."

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