Michael Moore needs to REST!
On the heels of bringing light to the water crisis in his hometown of Flint, Michigan, Michael revealed to fans that he developed a terrible case of pneumonia and has been hospitalized.
Moore attributed the illness to non-stop political activism and the making of his latest film Where To Invade Next?, a movie about the striking differences between America and other countries. The director has been working on the illuminating flick for years.
Related: Michael Continues To Bring Awareness To Gun Violence
The activist explained:
With the extremely tragic shooting in Isla Vista, near UCSB this weekend, there have been a lot of details coming to light.
Two of the most important being the shooters extremely misogynistic views and intentions to kill a lot more then he actually managed to.
However, as it always does, this new tragedy has also opened up a conversation about gun control in America.
So, Michael Moore, outspoken as always, has taken to his Facebook to comment on what happened and he's actually made some really valid points.
Sarah Silverman took a stab at expressing her opposition to voter ID laws and now it's Michael Moore's turn.
Much like the comedian's HIGHlarious take on the issue, the documentarian recruited some old folks — a group of Americans likely to be affected by the new state laws — to talk about voter suppression.
Boy are they angry!
Since many fear that the new laws are just a shady way to exclude many Americans, likely to vote for Barack Obama, from being included in the democratic process, one senior citizen warns:
Welcome to 1984!!
According to Susan Sarandon and Michael Moore, America has turned into a Big Brother government — and they're being watched.
During a Q&A at the Tribeca Film Festival, two famous left political activist were asked if they are "under surveillance," by the government. Sarandon told the inquisitive audience member: