Michael Moore Begs Ivanka Trump to Give Her Father an ‘Intervention’

August 12th, 2016 4:55 PM

Just when you think you've seen it all, along comes liberal filmmaker Michael Moore posting an open letter to Ivanka Trump asking her to encourage her father, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, to drop out of this year's race to win the White House.

In the missive, which is entitled “An Open Letter to Ivanka Trump From Michael Moore,” the Where to Invade Next director stated: “I’m writing to you because your dad is not well. Every day he continues his spiral downward -- and after his call for gun owners to commit acts of violence against Mrs. Clinton, it is clear he needs help, serious help.”

Obviously, the Democratic activist is not aware of responses to Trump's assertion, including comments made by L Brent Bozell, president of the Media Research Center, who stated in an interview:

This is incredible. Let’s take it piece by piece. First, to Donald Trump. What did Donald Trump say?

Either you believe what he said, which is that a political movement, the gun rights movement, could stop the election of Hillary Clinton, or you believe her supporters, [who are saying] that he's openly advocating killing her.

However, Moore continued in his letter: “His comments and behavior have become more and more bizarre and detached from reality. He is in need of an intervention. And I believe only you can conduct it.”

“He trusts you. He believes in you,” the liberal activist noted. “I think he will listen to you.”

“He must because he is now not simply a danger to himself, he has put the next president of the United States in harm's way,” Moore stated.

“He has encouraged and given permission to the unhinged and the deranged to essentially assassinate Hillary Clinton,” the filmmaker asserted. “Her life is now in worse danger than it already was -- and should anything happen, that will not only be on his head but also on those closest to him if they stand by and do nothing.”

“I say this with the utmost kindness, care and concern for you, and I know you will do the right thing,” Moore noted. “Bring him in, off the road, away from the crowds. Now. Tonight.”

“And when you do, here is what a good friend of mine, a former counselor and social worker, Jeff Gibbs, suggests that you say to him:”

Dad, we need to have a chat. Are you feeling okay? Do you have a minute? Please sit down because this isn’t going to be easy. ... I am really, really worried about my father. About you.

You haven’t been yourself lately. The father I know is not a hater, not someone who encourages violence.

“Dad, you used to be A LIBERAL You raised me as a liberal! The Clintons were your friends -- Chelsea is one of my best friends! And now you’re joking that Hillary should be assassinated? Really?

Even more incredibly, Trump's daughter is next encouraged to state:

Yes, I know they love it, the crowd goes wild. But not for YOU. They don’t love YOU. They love the show that you put on.

But people that hunger for red meat will turn on you in a minute. No, they don’t love you. I love you. I will always love you. And I see you hurting yourself -- and you’re hurting ME, Dad.

“Don’t get upset! You’re still the handsomest billionaire I know. I will always love you. [Trump's wife] Melania will always love you,” she is then to say. “This running for president thing is destroying the dad I have known and loved. You just wanted to make a point. OK, well, POINT MADE! You did it! Now, let’s stop and get some help.”

“There, there, Dad, it’s okay, let it out … because I know beneath that gruff, tough, handsome exterior is a little boy who just never got enough love,” she is to state. “And that little boy needs some time to find himself again.”

“Take my hand; let’s end this,” is the next unbelievable statement she is to utter. “And by tomorrow, you and I will be sipping Martinis on our yacht in the Hamptons with Chelsea and the friends we still have left.”

Moore then stated:

Ivanka, I have faith in you that you can do this. I know I’ve called your dad “crazy” before, but I was speaking politically, not clinically. This has gone beyond “crazy.”

The entire nation -- in fact, the entire world -- needs you to step forward and do the courageous thing history will praise you for.

“Thank you, Ivanka,” the liberal activist stated in conclusion.

If anyone should be concerned about mental health, it's Michael Moore, who needs someone to give him an "intervention" before he produces his next wildly liberal "documentary" like Bowling for Columbine or Sicko.