Michael Moore’s 4th of July message: ‘Cannot be in good conscience’ continues to accept privileges of ‘full citizenship’

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eclectic filmmaker Michael Moore Outlining its grievances with the United States in the wake of recent events, Substack posted an “announcement” on Monday, noting it has “problems” because it does not plan to leave the country.

Moore shared his piece on Twitter with the caption, “A mass shooting to celebrate the Fourth. A wealthy class who doubled their wealth while the nation suffered. A Supreme Court that struck down gun laws.” Taking away the reproductive rights of 51% of our citizens and killing the EPA.”

Moore recounts recent events in his manifesto Supreme courtSuch as the Court’s conservative majority decision to overturn a 1973 court decision that legalized abortion, Roe v. Wade.

“I cannot in good conscience continue to enjoy the privileges of ‘full citizenship’ in this land, when all its women and girls have now been declared by court order to be official second-class citizens who have rights to their bodies.” are not and have been disciplined. Life of forced birth should they become pregnant and not become.” Moore wrote,

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Liberal filmmaker Michael Moore pitched his “Rumble” podcast to the women who criticized the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.

Moore suggested how the course could be corrected, adding that he “won’t keep quiet about it” until his advice is heeded.

“Until women’s rights are fully restored, and their equal rights enshrined in our Constitution (now that the necessary 38 states have passed the Equal Rights Amendment), I will not be silent about this. If You invite me over to dinner so that’s all I am. I’m gonna talk. Take me to your party and it’s going to be, ‘Dobbs, Dobbs, more Dobbs!’ And I will not stop till the row is restored and there are 51 per cent women in the Congress.”

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Moore called for “an end to the mass incarceration of black Americans, an end to police shootings of black people, and I demand that the black community be compensated for all that they currently suffer.” And suffering,” as well as the expulsion of “every single Republican from office in November.”

Protesters gather outside the Supreme Court building after the historic decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.

Protesters gather outside the Supreme Court building after the historic decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.
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Moore has made major demands of the country before. A gunman killed 19 students and two teachers in an elementary school Uvalde, TexasIn May, the director of “Fahrenheit 9/11” urged the media to call for the Second Amendment to be abolished.

“We will not admit that we are a violent people initially,” he told MSNBC host Chris Hayes at the time. “This country was born in violence with the massacre of native people at the barrel of a gun. This country was built with guns on the backs of slaves.”

“Who on this network or any other network in the next few days will say, ‘It’s time to cancel’ second Amendment?'” He asked.

People protest outside the Supreme Court in Washington on Friday, June 24, 2022, over abortion.

People protest about abortion outside the Supreme Court on Friday, June 24, 2022 in Washington.
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Wade’s overturning last month sparked pro-election protests outside the Supreme Court and in major cities across the country and drew the ire of prominent Democrats, Including President Biden.

The court, Biden said, “clearly took away from the American people a constitutional right that it had already recognized.”

Media figures also voiced the ruling by targeting conservative Supreme Court justices and predicting a disaster for American women.

MSNBC historian Michael Beschlaus called the court “fascist” and “totalitarian”, and MSNBC analyst Glenn Kirschner worried that privacy rights and segregation would be under attack, while ABC’s Terry Moran predicted that “women would die” because of the court’s decision.

“This is the most consequential Supreme Court ruling in decades,” Moran said. “It changes the status of American women as citizens of the United States and their states. It’s the bigger picture, but let’s not mince words. Women will die because of this decision.”