Michael Moore: ‘Disrupt’ Trump’s inauguration

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On Wednesday, wealthy filmmaker Michael Moore issued a tweet calling for protests to disrupt Donald Trump’s inauguration ceremony on January 20, Fox News reported.

“Disrupt the Inauguration. The Majority have spoken – by nearly 2.7 million votes &counting! Silence is not an option,” he tweeted.

According to Fox News:

The liberal filmmaker shared a link to the website for DisruptJ20, a campaign for “a bold mobilization against the inauguration of Donald Trump on January 20, 2017.”

The website states, “We call on all people of good conscience to join in disrupting the ceremonies. If Trump is to be inaugurated at all, let it happen behind closed doors, showing the true face of the security state Trump will preside over. It must be made clear to the whole world that the vast majority of people in the United States do not support his presidency or consent to his rule.”

DisruptJ20 is planning D.C.-based protests on the day of Trump’s inauguration, but also asks people to protest on “the streets wherever you are.”

The social justice organization also calls for worldwide action.

If you are living outside the US, you can take action at US embassies, borders, or other symbols of neocolonial power. Our allegiance is not to ‘making America great again,’ but to all of humanity and the planet,” the site says.

Last month, Moore tried to issue an ultimatum to Donald Trump, demanding he step down as President-elect.  He was stopped by the Secret Service before he could do so.


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