Michael Moore Gushes over Stacey Abrams: We Need Her in 'Every State'
Filmmaker praises Abrams for what she did in Georgia
Anti-Trump leftist filmmaker Michael Moore claims America needs a Stacey Abrams in every state.
Moore interview fellow leftist filmmaker Raoul Peck during an episode of his podcast, Rumble, on his far-left TV series “Exterminate all the Brutes."
The TV series portrays white people and colonizers as savages cruelly enslaving peaceful indigenous people.
Peck praised Democratic Party operative Abrams for helping to flip the state of Georgia blue in the past election.
“One extraordinary lesson we can learn is what Stacey Abrams and all her companions did in Georgia. People should learn from that, because that’s the way to go,” Peck said.
“It was ten years of a hard work, house-per-house, person-per-person; they had to convince people, they had to really educate, and they had to lose sometimes. So that’s the price we will have to pay, that we need to pay if we really want changes."
“We need a Stacey Abrams in every state,” Moore gushed.
“In every street, in every neighborhood,” Peck replied.
Moore then noted how Black Lives Matter riots destroyed many American cities throughout 2020, saying change is only possible when people take to the streets.
“Twenty to 30 million Americans in the streets last summer and fall was something that had never happened in this country before,” Moore said.
Raoul Peck has made one of the most audacious films ever to air on American television. The documentary series titled "Exterminate All The Brutes" tells the brutally honest history of colonialism, genocide and white supremacy.— Michael Moore (@MMFlint) June 2, 2021
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“These boots on the ground, when people realize we’re not going to affect change simply by writing our member of Congress or tweeting or Facebook — but not that you shouldn’t do those things — that is not enough, because this is a big fight.”
But Peck and Moore's love for Abrams may not last long as the possibility looms of Democrats being wiped out in Georgia in the mid-term elections due to their rhetoric against the state’s voter integrity law.
But after MLB pulled the all-star game from the Peach State, Abrams distanced herself from he boycott due to growing backlash.
Neon Nettle reported the commissioner of Major League Baseball, Rob Manfred, allegedly held secret talks with Abrams before making the controversial decision to pull the MLB All-Star game from Georgia.
Later, a coalition of black business owners and community leaders slammed Abrams for promoting falsehoods about the state's election law which resulted in boycotts.
During a press conference which was hosted by Black Americans for a Better Future Education Fund and the Georgia Black Republican Council, chairman Raynard Jackson said Abrams spoke for "white liberals."
“Stacey Abrams doesn’t speak for the black community; she speaks for the white liberals who bankroll her political ambitions,” said Jackson.
“Stacey Abrams doesn’t actually care about making it easier for black people to vote; she only cares about making it easier for Democrats to vote.”