March 27, 2006, - 11:40 am
By Debbie Schlussel
Last year, I wrote in the Wall Street Journal (longer version here) about Morgan Spurlock and his phony F/X “documentary” show, “30 Days,” for which his people tried to enlist me (for more than one episode).
Now, he’s up to more mischief. Spurlock had a deal to promote his anti-McDonald’s “Supersize Me” fake-umentary in Wisconsin public schools. Apparently, he’s also taken his act to Pennsylvania, where he gave an F-word laced tirade “speech” at a Suburban Philadelphia high school. Oh, and he also made fun of mentally disabled, special-needs students and minimum wage workers (gee, right after he did an FX show “sympathizing” with them). Great guy, that Morgan.
That he’d be enlisted to speak at a “health fair” is a bad joke.
Sadly, the students who were so disrespected by the self-absorbed Supersized D-list celeb idiot, gave him a standing ovation and asked for autographs.
They should note that he kept the F-words and insults about the disabled away from his speech when accepting an award at the Muslim Public Affairs Council,last year, and when attending a CAIR of Southern California banquet. The students should ask themselves why they lauded a man who gave extremist Muslims that support terrorists more respect than he did American high school students.
And, by the way, our friend Mike of Anti-CAIR informs us that CAIR-Michigan is also hosting Spurlock. One wonders if CAIR will get a touch of class and revoke their invitation to a man who insults the mentally disabled to their faces and uses the F-word at public school assemblies.
Nah . . . . He promoted extremist Muslims and CAIR in a nationwide TV show and Oprah appearance. And that’s all they care–and CAIR–about.
****UPDATE: Check out “Bowling for Morgan.”
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