Hardcore left-wing activist and documentary filmmaker Michael Moore had to yank the microphone away from Parkland shooting survivor and rabid anti-gun nut David Hogg after the young man made a comment that seemed to encourage foreign meddling in U.S. elections.
The comment was delivered after a screening of Moore’s latest progressive propaganda piece at the Toronto International Film Festival, where Hogg joined him to chit chat about politics.
Hogg brought up hot topics, such as “mass incarceration of people of color that can’t vote” as well as the Flint, Michigan, water crisis, the war in Afghanistan, and those people who cannot vote because of previous convictions. He then went on to urge Canadians to donate money to American politicians for the upcoming 2018 midterm election.Advertisement - story continues below
“Turn that shame into your vote!” he cried. “If you’re not Canadian.”
“I think Canadians can donate to political campaigns in the United States,” Hogg said lamely. Moore immediately shook his head, and quietly told Hogg no, Canadians cannot donate to U.S. political campaigns.Trending:
“They can’t?” a flummoxed Hogg responded. “Well, uh,” he continued, “vote here [in Canada]. Learn from us; don’t let this happen here, because we need to come to you guys if we stay on this track.”
After this flaming disaster, Moore took the microphone from Hogg and continued to blab on and on about the state of American politics.
Hogg later took the microphone back and spouted some nonsense about how Russians funneled $30 million to Trump’s campaign through the National Rifle Association.
Good times, good times.
Yeah, this is the kind of stuff that gets folks labeled loony leftists, a designation Hogg seems determined to earn before his 21st birthday. He’s doing a stellar job of making that goal reality.
This was truly a hilarious moment, watching a “seasoned” leftist have to reign in the young, ignorant monster they created. Who knows how much more hilarity will ensue as Hogg continues to desperately claw his way to relevancy in the movement.