FATBACK, MI -- Heavyweight "filmmaker" Michael More, known for harassing corporate CEOs, among others, in his "mockumentary films," has been out of the spotlight for some time now, and, in an effort to generate some publicity for himself, charges deceased patriot Chris Kyle with "cowardice beyond the call of duty."
In logic that is specious even by liberal standards, More said, "All snipers are cowards. Kyle was a sniper. Therefore, Kyle is a coward."
Topping himself, More added a second fallacy: "No coward is a hero. Kyle is a coward. Therefore, Kyle is no hero."
Beaming, the "filmmaker" said, "I should have been a logician."
He knows that snipers are "cowards," he explained, "because my daddy told me they are."
However, speaking out of the other side of his mouth, More admitted, "I love Clint's movie, American Sniper. The costumes, the hair, the makeup--all are superb."
"Eastwood's movie is almost as good as my own film, Sicko."
Actor Rob Low defended Eastwood's film, suggesting that, in criticizing Eastwood's movie, More must have been thinking of "his own mockumentary, Bowling for Columbine, which is also about snipers."
"I stand by my comments," More said, defending his rant. "Let American moviegoers make up their own minds as to who's right, me and my buddy Seth, or Rob and Clint." (Actor Seth Rogaine has also panned Eastwood's movie, calling it "too militant.")
It appears that audiences are siding with Low and Eastwood, as American Sniper is a huge hit, breaking box office records, and it has already garnered six Oscar nominations.
Defending the Eastwood film, Newt Grinch took time out from his numerous extramarital affairs to chastise More, suggesting that he "see the movie with ISIS and Boko Haram before criticizing Kyle."