Michael Moore: 'I Cry About President Donald Trump Every Day'
Liberal filmmaker then admits he's upset with President
Liberal filmmaker and activist, Michael Moore, has confessed that he cries "every day" over the Presidency of Donald Trump and his policies in a revealing interview.
Moore recently called on the Democrats to be less “wimpy” and get "angrier" in order to oppose Trump, who he has referred to as “the devil."
The liberal filmmaker then admitted that reading the news about Trump implementing his agenda has caused him to "cry every day."
“When you read the paper every day, you watch the news, do you ever cry? Do you ever tear up? Does this ever happen to you?” Moore asked Colbert.
When Colbert responded that he did, Moore then admitted, “It happens to me now every day.”
According to Infowars: Moore, who in January said that America needed to be “cleansed” of its “white privilege,” appears to be a bit less bullish than in previous TV appearances.
In March last year, the far-left blowhard called on Democrats to declare a “national emergency,” claiming that President Trump and his staff are guilty of “espionage”.
In December 2016, before Trump was inaugurated, Moore told Seth Myers that “something crazy, something we’re not expecting” could happen to prevent Trump becoming president or that Trump could “quit” because he was “bummed out” by the amount of work required.
Two months after that, Moore cited claims that Trump had colluded with Russia to call for the president to be arrested and for Hillary Clinton to be installed in his place.
Despite supporting Bernie Sanders during the election campaign and criticizing Hillary Clinton for being a warmonger and a Goldman Sachs-owned career politician, Moore suddenly endorsed Hillary and has been a major driving force behind anti-Trump hysteria ever since.
Earlier this year, Moore took part in an anti-Trump rally that was allegedly organized by a group of Russians suspected of meddling in the 2016 presidential election in 2016.
According to Fox News, Moore attended an event alleged to be organized by Russians in front of the Trump Tower in New York, the event took place not long after President Donald Trump won the victory over Hillary Clinton. "At today's Trump Tower protest.
He wouldn't come down," Moore tweeted along with a link to his Facebook live which showed him holding a "not my president" and "stop Trump" placards.