Michael Moore’s One-Man Broadway Show Bashing Trump Is Tanking – It’s Just That Awful
What a slug Michael Moore is. I usually don’t rejoice in the misfortune of others, but with Michael Moore, I’m willing to make an exception. He’s having a spectacularly bad week and I’m good with that. First, he tried to shame President Trump on Twitter asking him why he didn’t open up Mar-a-Lago as a shelter for those affected by Hurricane Irma. Except, Mar-a-Lago was directly in the path of the storm – is he trying to get people killed? Both Trump and Donald Trump Jr. savaged him for that as did conservatives on Twitter. Boy, he had it coming. But that was only the beginning of a killer bad Monday for the liberal asshat.
Has he opened up Mar-a-Lago as a shelter yet?
— Michael Moore (@MMFlint) September 8, 2017
Things took a decidedly even worse turn for Moore when he got a gander at the weekly grosses for his one-man Broadway show. The New York theater audience flatly rejected his ample ass. The figures won’t officially come out for a couple of days, but trust me… it’s ugly. According to Broadway World’s reporting of the weekly gross receipts for the run of the limited engagement production, “The Terms of My Surrender” is in a downward spiral with numbers consistently at less than half of the show’s potential:
I am not surprised. Who would go see that crap? Not even a desperate leftist evidently. And people in the industry are noticing. The numbers for the week ending September 10th will put the show in the sub-$275,000 range which is… really, really bad. When you account for the cost of rent, advertising, salaries and fees, this show is a mega-loser. Trump must be smiling over this one… bigly. It’s obvious that Broadway, like the vast majority of Americans, hates Michael Moore.
As a leftist troll, you know you are done for when the New York Times guts you. People are tired of this crap. They are bored with it. As Mediaite put it, ““The Terms of My Surrender,” which opened on Thursday at the Belasco, is a bit like being stuck at Thanksgiving dinner with a garrulous, self-regarding, time-sucking uncle. Gotta love him — but maybe let’s turn on the television.” And much to the chagrin of the left, not only lefties go to Broadway. All kinds of families go there to be entertained. Just not by Michael Moore.
Moore’s production was guaranteed to offend half his audience. No one wants to be ridiculed and insulted concerning their politics or their ideals. But that is all Moore knows how to do. He may have a lot of money, but if he keeps insisting on this stupidity, he won’t have it for long. I don’t feel sorry for this jerk. But I do feel a sudden fondness for Broadway. You can always get a t-shirt that says, “I paid #150 for this crappy show and all I got was an even crappier hot dog.”
It was Hot Dog Night last night at my Broadway show! Took the whole audience out after the show for free hot dogs. pic.twitter.com/B77DHnjDv3
— Michael Moore (@MMFlint) September 9, 2017