Academy Award-winning director Michael Moore takes his time to voice his opinions on Twitter, and he’s a very active social critic.
People have started re-sharing one of his older tweets, when he made a statement about the “pure nature” of women.
Moore contrasted it to that of men, and he said that men are more inclined to cause damage to the world in general.
Moore attacked the patriarchy and he suggested that women are actually superior to men when it comes to living up to universal moral standards.
Even though his tweet was written back in 2016, it gained popularity now on Reddit because of the input of a female writer Jessica Ellis who disagreed with his opinion on the matter and she debunked all of his initial claims.
She responded with a series of tweets:
What Ellis wanted to prove is that men and women are indeed equally exposed to not living up to the universal moral standards and being morally bankrupt.
We are all human beings at the end of the day, and the human nature is inclusive to both morally right and wrong behaviors, regardless of whether we are men or women.