BSNBC Reports: Legendary liberal activist Michael Moore has teamed up with Secretary of Sate John Kerry (did you know he served in Vietnam?) to combat racism. We spoke with Mr. Moore & Mr. Kerry recently about this groundbreaking idea. Mr. Moore stated to us he came up with a revolutionary way to fight racism using technology. "Well, I was just sitting on the couch comtemplating ways to lose weight and eating a pizza, and I decided to watch one of my favorite documentaries, Bowling for Columbine, which as you may recall, I made some number of years ago." The ever humble Moore continued, "It got to a part in the film where I stipulate that the reason so many people associate young black men with crime is because every time you turn on the evening news, it's another crime story with yet another picture of a young African American male as the perpetrator, and people start to notice a pattern after awhile. So then it hit me: Why not use photoshop to change the skin color of the criminals to white, and then air the story on TV? I thought it was such a great idea that I ordered another pizza to celebrate. I then called John Kerry to come over and discuss how we could get this accomplished. We agreed to have a sleep over to discuss things. we sat up half the night in our jammies, sippin' hot chocolate, and honestly, I began to feel a little bit like Pajama Boy, from the Obamacare ad." [Editor's Note: For those of you who don't know, Pajama Boy was an Obamacare ad featuring Organizing for America volunteer Ethan Krupp, decked out in a one piece pajama suit, sipping hot chocolate. Never saw the ad? Picture a feminine version of Rachel Maddow, and you've got a pretty good idea.] Michael and John were still sipping hot chocolate at this point in the interview, so I proceeded to ask Mr. Kerry if he was optimistic about Mike's idea, He responded, "Well, I think it's a great idea, although I'm sure we will encounter opposition from the racist republicans, because they can't stand change, especially change that is positive for blacks." "African Americans", Moore interrupted. "What?" "African Americans, we don't call them blacks, that's so 1960's..." "Oh, my apologies". Mr Kerry continued, "Anyway, I apologize if I offended any black - er, African Americans, because I know they have struggled quite a bit, and I know all about struggle, believe me, I was in Vietnam, and I kept struggling within myaself, trying to figure out which side I was on." Micheal nodded his head, in apparent agreement with Mr. Kerry. I thanked both men for their time, and Mr. Moore was kind enough to show me to the door. Here's hoping we can continue to see technology bring America closer to racial harmony. --The preceeding was a BSNBC special report from journalist Akmed Walid Muhammad.