Filmmaker Michael Moore has called for political groups and Trump critics to engage in “100 days of resistance” starting at Trump’s inauguration.
Moore, known for his attempts to call for protesters to disrupt Trump, is at it again! He appeared on MSNBC’s The Last Word this past weekend and openly called for anyone opposed to Trump’s presidency to join the Women’s March on Washington scheduled for the day after the presidential inauguration. He said it’s important for everyone to protest this presidency and claims “this will have an effect.”
The Trumpland director told host Ari Melber, “We need to throw everything at this. This man is slightly unhinged, if I can say that, and he’s a malignant narcissist. He cares very much about what people think of him. He wants to be the popular guy. And he’s going to be very upset if there’s a lot of people there.”
Moore urged liberal protesters to “get up off the couch” and organize during the first 100 days of Trump’s presidency. He declared that “we are gonna be busy, busy, busy,” then concluded with “people are going to be relentless about this, so I’m optimistic.”
Moore plans to attend the Women’s March on Washington to protest Donald Trump’s inauguration later this month to send a “bold message” to remind the president-elect that “women’s rights are human rights.”
Watch the MSNBC interview below.
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