Liberal filmmaker Michael Moore responded Thursday to accusations from conservative critics that he was a hypocrite for supporting the "Occupy Wall Street" demonstrations.


His critics claimed that he got "rich because of capitalism" and thus should not be protesting against inequalities in the economic system of the United States.

Moore told Current TV host Keith Olbermann that the argument was analogous to saying that he shouldn't support same sex marriage because he never had sex with another man.

“I think what they are really worried about is that you or I, with money, are dangerous people because we can’t be bought,” he said.

Moore added that he was taught growing up that God would judge him based on how he treated the least well off.

"If you do have good fortune smile upon you, you have to do even more," he explained. "So you have a greater responsibility to support those who are have-nots."

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