According to Michael Moore, despite Cesar Sayoc being the kind of guy who looks extremely tough and unforgiving, he was a “lost dog with no direction home.” Cesar was charged in connection with the 14 bombs sent to Donald Trump’s political opponents.
In a post shared on YouTube Sunday, Michael Moore posted outtakes of Cesar at a 2017 rally for Trump in Melbourne, Florida. In the crowd, Cesar can be seen wearing a shirt that says, “CNN sucks.”
Michael didn’t publish the footage in his latest documentary, Fahrenheit 11/9, which delved in on the conspiracy theory that Trump only wanted to become president because he wanted leverage for earning a higher salary from NBC executives for his role on The Apprentice.
Moore said in the video that one could see “fear in his eyes.” According to Moore, Sayoc is the kind of person who believes women such as Hillary Clinton and Michelle Obama are evil “feminazi”s who are trying to politically castrate men in the United States.
Sayoc has a long criminal history, spanning all the way back to 2002 when he pleaded guilty to sending a bomb threat to Florida Power and Light. He has been convicted several times for theft, battery, and other crimes, and was convicted in 1991, 2013, and 2014.
Moreover, he has lied about his past and claimed to have been a popular male stripper, as well as an owner of a popular nightclub. He also said he was a partner in Chippendales, but the organization denied any affiliation with him at any point.
Michael added that he’s no stranger to receiving threats from people, but he hasn’t received any bombs or letters from Sayoc. This comes after the release of Michael’s latest film, Fahrenheit 11/9, regarding the Donald Trump presidency.
It performed relatively well in comparison to other documentaries released in movie theaters. Thus far, the movie, filmed on a $4-5 million budget, has earned back $6 million, and earned positive reviews. Notably, Rotten Tomatoes claimed it was a great chapter in Michael’s filmography, and fans would enjoy it.