Michael Moore’s plan to ‘make Trump toast’
Liberal filmmaker Michael Moore on Tuesday released a 10-step guide for resisting President Trump and his policies, calling on followers to “make Trump toast again.”
Moore outlined his strategy in a Facebook post, urging followers to call their members of Congress daily and personally visit their district office each month.
Moore, a frequent Trump critic, argued that “Trump is in deep, deep trouble,” citing recent turmoil surrounding the ouster of the president’s first national security adviser Michael Flynn last week.
The filmmaker proposed replicating events like last month’s Women’s March on Washington as often as possible and called on readers to “join some of our great national groups,” naming the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), Black Lives Matter, Planned Parenthood and Democratic Socialists of America.
“It’s critical that large numbers of us continue to march, protest, sit-in and be very visible — to Trump, so he knows we are the majority; to put the Dems on notice that we expect them to grow a spine; to our fellow Americans who live in Boise or Tulsa or Grand Rapids and have been feeling alone and afraid since the election,” Moore wrote.
Moore makes a pitch for Rep. Keith Ellison (D-Minn.) to be elected the new chairman of the Democratic National Committee and urges followers to run for state and federal offices next year. He also calls on supporters to “become the media.”