“ We’re not done with him ” – Deadline

As President Donald Trump left office this morning, documentary maker Michael Moore gave him a knockout blow on Twitter, saying, “He just left the White House for good. We the people kicked him out. I’ll go ahead and cancel the U-Haul. He now hovers over the wreckage he created, knowing that we are not done with him, ”said Michael Moore. “Trial. Conviction. Imprisonment. He must pay for his actions – a first for him.

The US Senate is expected to hold a speedy impeachment trial for Trump soon, even though he has stepped down; the end result could see the former POTUS being barred from running for the top office in the country again. Senate Chiefs Chuck Schumer and Mitch McConnell met yesterday to discuss ground rules for a 50-50 division of the chamber.

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Moore can take a huge sigh of relief that one of his predictions didn’t come true 100%. Back in December 2019 in a Democracy now! interview, the Fahrenheit 9/11 The filmmaker exclaimed on the basis of his temperature of the hover states: “If the vote was today, I believe, he would win the electoral states he needed, because living there I will tell you.” , his level of support has not disappeared. down an inch. In fact, I would say it’s even more enraged than before, because they’re scared now. They are afraid that he may lose, because they have observed his behavior. They are therefore voracious in their appetite for Donald Trump. This is the bad news.

Moore Documentary 2018 Fahrenheit 9/11 (a title shot on his doc winner of the Palme d’Or Fahrenheit 9/11) drew parallels between the rise of Hitler and Trump, the latter whom he saw as a great threat to democracy and called “the last president.”

Moore, like Trump, has also been on the other side of social media censorship: this summer, the environmental document he produced by management, Planet of humans, was removed from YouTube after a copyright infringement claim was filed against the film over four seconds of footage it contained.

Jeff Gibbs, the filmmaker of Planet of humans, released a statement in May: “This attempt to remove our film and prevent audiences from seeing it is a blatant act of censorship by political critics of Planet of humans. It’s a misuse of copyright law to shut down a movie that opened up a serious conversation about how parts of the environmental movement got into bed with Wall Street and the so-called “green capitalists.” “.

Moore also tweeted today:

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