Is Leftist Michael Moore Finally Right About Something?

Check out what the liberal filmmaker tweeted to his followers after the first Democratic debate this week

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Most conservatives don’t come close to agreeing with Michael Moore.

But check out his tweet — particularly the bolded line of it below — after the first night of Democratic primary debates on Wednesday night.

The liberal filmmaker — long known as a rabid anti-Trumper — shared his thoughts after watching 10 Democrats on the debate stage during the first of two nights of debates.

“My headline: ‘Democratic Candidates Jostle to Out-Bernie Bernie at Miami Debate,'” Moore wrote on Twitter.

“This was the first time in my life I’ve watched Democrats fight to be more progressive than the other Dems. The old Dem Party hopefully is dead & this one must appeal to youth, ppl of color & women.” (emphasis added)

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Oh — but then, true to form, Moore fell back into his old leftist patterns.

He also tweeted during the first debate: “[Mayor Bill] De Blasio [of New York City] wins the first half hour. No one predicted that,” Moore dubiously wrote during the debate on Wednesday night.

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“Shameful that only he and Sen. [Elizabeth] Warren [of Massachusetts] raised their hands when they were all asked if they would get rid of private, profit-making health insurance companies,” he also said.

“Greed is the enemy. 8 of the 10 don’t want to say that.”

Related: All 10 Democrat Candidates on Thursday Night Want Health Coverage for Illegal Aliens

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