One director had an interesting theory on how to defeat ISIS, and the backlash was immediate (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)
Filmmaker Josh Fox speaks to the Associated Press during a phone interview at a rally outside US District Court in Washington, Wednesday, Aug. 24, 2016, in solidarity with the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe in their lawsuit against the Army Corps of Engineers to protect their water and land from the Dakota Access Pipeline. A federal judge in Washington considered a request by the Standing Rock Sioux for a temporary injunction against an oil pipeline under construction near their reservation straddling the North Dakota-South Dakota border. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

Director Josh Fox has spent his professional career fighting for the causes he believes in. His 2010 film, “Gasland,” focuses on the communities who have been most affected by the United States’ reliance on fossil fuels.

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Recently, Fox has spoken out again the United States military attacks in Syria and Afghanistan. He claimed that he has “studied the MOAB for years” and that “it’s a disgusting device, designed to inflict maximum casualties. It’s a carpet bomb. Should be illegal.”

Almost immediately, Fox’s tweets encouraging “love” were ridiculed on networks where the pundits had a tough time believing his theories would see results.

Trish Regan, host of “The Intelligence Report” on Fox, observed, “It must be nice to live in that kind of world, where you’re just so divorced from the reality of what’s actually happening out there.”

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Fox said that he would like to go on the network to voice his opinions but has not heard back from them.


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