Whiny Liberal Calls For More Tantrums, Disruption of Trump's Inauguration

Posted: Dec 08, 2016 1:45 PM

When he isn't busy making "documentaries" opposing conservative ideas and principles, he's rounding up activists to cause trouble. 

Michael Moore, who actually predicted Trump would win the 2016 presidential election, is calling for a disruption of the President-elect's Inauguration on January 20. 

But disrupting the Inauguration isn't just talk coming from Moore, a movement is growing and funding to send agitators to D.C. is pouring in.

#DisruptJ20 is supported by the work of the DC Welcoming Committee, a collective of experienced local activists and out-of-work gravediggers acting with national support. We’re building the framework needed for mass protests to shut down the inauguration of Donald Trump and planning widespread direct actions to make that happen. We’re also providing services like housing, food, and even legal assistance to anyone who wants to join us.

The DC Welcoming Committee isn’t funded by any non-profits, isn’t connected to any political parties, rejects all forms of domination and oppression, particularly those based on race, class, and gender, organizes by consensus, and embraces a diversity of tactics.

We’re planning a series of massive direct actions that will shut down the Inauguration ceremonies and any related celebrations–the Inaugural parade, the Inaugural balls, you name it. We’re also planning to paralyze the city itself, using blockades and marches to stop traffic and even public transit. And hey, because we like fun, we’re even going to throw some parties.

Moore and his comrades are obsessed with this false idea that because Hillary Clinton raked in more popular votes, she won the election. Trump beat Clinton 306 to 232 in the Electoral College, making him the winner according to the U.S. Constitution.

On November 12,  just days after the election, Moore showed up at Trump Tower in New York City and demanded to see Trump so he could personally deliver a note. 

"You lost, step aside," the note read.

In the days immediately following Trump's election, violent rioters took to the streets setting fires, damaging property and causing injuries. Apparently those temper tantrums weren't enough.