Moore Calls for Civil Disobedience, Disruption of Trump's Inauguration
Filmmaker Michael Moore is calling for mass demonstrations and disruptions to the Jan. 20 inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump.
The outspoken liberal filmmaker suggested on Facebook his "5 Things You Can Do Right Now About Donald J. Trump," outlining a plan for sustained resistance to Trump's agenda.
The five steps were:
1) Making your presence known.
2) Writing to the DNC.
3) Forming your own rapid response team.
4) Attending the inauguration weekend protests.
5) Running for office yourself.
Moore called Trump's victory a "mindf**k," since Hillary Clinton received nearly 3 million more votes.
"As bad as we know it's going to be, it's actually going to be worse. A lot worse," Moore said about the Trump presidency.
Moore called on his followers to attend mass demonstrations in Washington D.C. during the Jan. 20 inauguration.
He called for civil disobedience and for protesters to non-violently disrupt the 58th Presidential Inauguration.
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