By James Hirsen
In an apparent effort to garner publicity, Michael Moore continues to make provocative statements about "American Sniper," the film that has captured moviegoers' attention and consequently taken the box office by storm.
The concoctor of controversy now appears to be trying to elicit sympathy from the public for something that "American Sniper" director Clint Eastwood said in a speech made ten years ago. Moore recently posted a lengthy rant on his Facebook page in which he further disparaged Eastwood’s latest film. He continued with a veiled attack on another of the acclaimed director's movies, "Gran Torino," and tried to further damage Eastwood's reputation by lifting out of context a decade-old remark made by Eastwood and strewing it among the weeds of loaded language. [more...]