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David Plouffe served as Barack Obama's campaign manager during his historic race for the presidency in 2007-2008. With Plouffe's guidance, Obama was able to topple the Clinton machine in the Democratic primary, then win an historic 69 million votes in the general election, carrying red states such as Indiana and North Carolina, to go along with swing states such as Florida and Ohio. An African-American candidate, running in the midst of the Iraq war, with the middle name of Hussein, and being called a socialist, marxist and even a domestic terrorist by the Republicans and Fox News throughout the campaign...and they won in a landslide. Plouffe joins Michael Moore to assess the state of the race, describe why President Obama's DNC speech purposely left people "rattled" and "alarmed,"and how Trump is "a bigger threat to the union than southern leaders were in the 1820's." He also explains why a President Biden is likely to "swing for the fences" while in office, why progressives should be more encouraged about what a Biden presidency can do on climate change using Executive Orders, and why Biden's personal decency actually matters. Plus, Mike announces the 15th million Rumble listener and shares his thoughts on the death of Chadwick Boseman. Read David Plouffe's book, "A Citizen's Guide to Beating Donald Trump" Call your members of congress and tell them we need a moratorium on evictions and Covid-19 financial help! 202-224-3121 202-225-3121 September 1st - Vote for Alex Morse in Massachusetts' First Congressional District! Special offer for Rumble listeners! Go to and use promo code rumble10. You’ll get 10% off any order of $200 or more! Music in Episode: "Pray For Me" - The Weeknd, Kendrick Lamar "When Johnny Comes Marching Home" - U.S. Military Academy Band A transcript of this episode will soon be available at: --- Send in a voice message:
Michael Moore shares his personal history with both Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders, who both starred in 2009's "Capitalism: A Love Story." In very personal terms, he addresses the possible fracture within the progressive movement and why we must move past this in order to ensure the defeat of both Donald Trump and the rotten system that produced Trump. ***************************** The Credibility Gap Current Affairs Bernie in 1987: Lamenting that there aren’t more women in office and encouraging young girls to run: Bernie in 1988: “In my view a woman could be elected president of the United States” Bernie Sanders’s Hard Fight for Hillary Clinton The New Yorker Compilation of 40 campaign events Bernie Sanders did for Hillary Clinton in 2016: Compilation of 12 rallies and 3 fundraisers Hillary Clinton did for Barack Obama in 2008: Exit polling after the 2008 campaign showed that 15 percent of Clinton-supporting Democrats in the primary voted for John McCain in the general election over Barack Obama: According to data from the Cooperative Congressional Election Study, only 12 percent of people who voted for Bernie Sanders in the 2016 Democratic presidential primaries voted for Trump in the general election: ******* --- Send in a voice message:
Dr. Cornel West joins Michael Moore in the final hours before election day to have one last, fierce conversation over how we should use what may be our last moments as a free people to fight and remove the Neofascist Gangster from the White House. Is this it? If we succeed, what then with our new neoliberal president? We must make the most of these three intense days ahead. Who will help us? Who will intercede? Can someone somewhere offer something resembling a prayer for this misguided, misbegotten but otherwise well-meaning nation? Have we earned our rescue? It’s in our hands. And somebody just gave us an extra hour on the clock tonight to get it together man! Michael Moore’s Election Day Mixtape 2020 - Play It At the Polls! From the album “So You Wanna Dance the Trump Away! - Vol. 54” All of your questions about how and where to register and vote can be found here: Music in the episode: "Superstition" - Stevie Wonder --- Send in a voice message:
Michael Moore shares some good news and some bad news. First, the bad: you CANNOT mail your ballot in anymore. It's too late. The Trump administration's sabotage of the postal service, and the potential for the courts to not allow counting ballots that arrive after November 3rd makes it too risky. If you have a mail-in or absentee ballot, you MUST drop it off in-person or vote on election day. But there's some good news: following yesterday's episode, more Rumble listeners are finding out how easy it is to double (or triple!) their votes. It's simple! Michael also shares some of your emails and voicemails responding to his question of what we will do if the Republicans steal the election. You can send more ideas to Michael here: All of your voting resources are available here: NYT: How Long Will Vote Counting Take? Estimates and Deadlines in All 50 States --- Send in a voice message:
With less than a week from Judgement Day, Michael Moore shares his raw, anxiety-filled thoughts about where the country stands now. Record numbers of absentee ballots have been requested, record numbers of Americans have voted early, while Trump and McConnell have just rammed through another arch-conservative to the most powerful weapon in the Republican party arsenal -- the Supreme Court. Trump, his Justice Department, Republican operatives throughout the country, and his partisan backers on the Supreme Court are all openly flexing their anti-democratic muscles and preparing to steal the election by any means necessary. From blowing up the U.S. Postal Service to slowing the mail down, to shutting down polling locations, to this week's Supreme Court ruling that mailed-in ballots in Wisconsin that arrive after November 3rd due to the slow mail will not be counted, their quest for power has no limits. The prospect of the Democrats overwhelmingly winning the popular vote, but Republicans claiming an Electoral College victory after months of voter suppression, threats of violence and legal challenges, is all too real. So while we have rightfully been wondering for years what would happen if Trump refused to accept the election results, the most important question might actually be -- will WE accept the election results after THEY steal it???? Music in the episode: "A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall" - Bob Dylan “A Hard Rain's A-Gonna" - Jason Mraz “A Hard Rain's A-Gonna" - Edie Brickell & New Bohemians “A Hard Rain's A-Gonna" - Eliza Gilkyson --- Send in a voice message:
Michael Moore is joined by legendary broadcaster Keith Olbermann who explains his decision to leave ESPN in order to get back into the political fray with his "Worst Person In the World" series on YouTube. They discuss why Trump is a "stochastic" terrorist, the big mistake President Obama made that Olbermann hopes a possible President Biden does not repeat, and the time Joe Biden asked Olbermann to lunch to ask for public speaking advice. Additionally, Michael paints a stark and scary picture of one of many thuggish tactics Trump may try before the election, plus he shares a weekend to-do list to help get out the vote! Voter registration deadlines are coming up in Utah, Iowa, Massachusetts, Colorado, Montana, and Connecticut. Check your voter registration status here: Subscribe to Keith's YouTube channel: Music in the episode: "Commander In Chief" - Demi Lovato Special offer for Rumble Listeners! Get 15% off of Raycon Wireless Earbuds! --- Send in a voice message:
Four years after the so-called "Blue Wall" crumbled, and Michigan (along with Wisconsin and Pennsylvania) fell to Trump, Michael Moore is joined by three longtime Michigan friends who dissect what is happening on the ground, how 2020 differs from 2016, what role the pandemic is having in Michigan and what we’ll need to do to get President Biden on board with the new America we’re going to create. Guests: Congressman Dan Kildee of Flint, has been a friend of Michael since they were teens. Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib of Detroit, who won her primary this August in a landslide. Sam Riddle, Political Director of Reverend Al Sharpton's National Action Network in Michigan, Radio Host, and a childhood friend of Michael’s. Check your voter registration status here! Music in the episode: "Seven Nation Army" - The White Stripes --- Send in a voice message:
Recovering Catholic Michael Moore has noticed something consistent about Trump: He really, truly HATES Catholics. Wait! What? Michael connects the dots and lays it all out for you. It’s a stunning case he puts forth. Music in the episode: "Tubular Bells" - Mike Oldfield "Jesus Was An Only Son" - Bruce Springsteen Rumble with Michael Moore listeners - protect your online privacy with ExpressVPN! Get 3 extra months free with a 12-month plan. Click here: --- Send in a voice message:
With the Republicans prepared to take full control of the Supreme Court with a 6-3 majority if Amy Coney Barrett is confirmed, Roe V. Wade and the right to a legal abortion is in serious jeopardy. What would this horrific rollback of women's rights and reproductive rights do to American society and to the health of millions of American women? In this special episode, Michael shares a personal story from 1971, when a close friend of his had an unplanned pregnancy in their home state of Michigan, where abortion was illegal. He recounts their plan to drive to Buffalo, since New York was one of the first states to allow women to have this medical procedure legally. This true story originally appeared in Mike's autobiographical book of short stories, "Here Comes Trouble: Stories From My Life" and he shares it here on Rumble as a lesson for what may be coming back to America. Read Michael's book of autobiographical short stories, "Here Comes Trouble: Stories From My Life" Support Planned Parenthood: Music in episode: "Be Careful" - Patty Griffin A transcript of this conversation will soon be available at: --- Send in a voice message:
Investigative journalist and best-selling author Max Blumenthal recently published an explosive 8,000-word investigation on the "green" billionaires, Wall Street investors, industry insiders and family foundations' coordinated suppression campaign against the film "Planet of the Humans." The film, Directed by Jeff Gibbs and Executive Produced by Michael Moore, has now reached over 12 million viewers on YouTube, but was the subject of a campaign that civil liberties group PEN America twice rebuked as "censorship." Blumenthal joins Michael to discuss why he turned his attention to this issue, what he learned about the billionaire financial backers and family foundations that underpin elements of the environmental movement, and how some environmental groups now serve to "greenwash" the reputations of large corporations that make cosmetic changes while still ruining the planet. Max's big investigative piece: ‘Green’ billionaires behind professional activist network that led suppression of ‘Planet of the Humans’ documentary Watch "Planet of the Humans" here: Visit the Planet of the Humans website: Read more investigative journalism from Max Blumenthal's The Grayzone: PEN America: Pulling Moore Climate Film Would Be Censorship PEN America Calls for Expedited Copyright Review of Michael Moore Read Max's most recent book "The Management of Savagery: How America's National Security State Fueled the Rise of Al Qaeda, Isis, and Donald Trump" A transcript of this conversation will soon be available at: --- Send in a voice message:
Earlier this week, the government announced the arrest of 13 men from Michigan who plotted to kidnap and do harm to Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, a woman, a Democrat and a regular foil to Donald Trump. Among their grievances was Governor Whitmer's level-headed and prudent handling of the pandemic, which included mask-wearing and temporary shutdowns of businesses and schools. Michael Moore has been covering these "Michigan Militia" types for a long time, beginning with a 1979 radio interview of the Grand Dragon of the Michigan Ku Klux Klan and including a few on-camera interviews over the past few decades (see below). However, he's never seen them have an ally and leader in the White House. In this episode, Michael shares his thoughts on this new generation of homegrown, caucasian, Michigan terrorists and how the stakes have been raised when it comes to removing their leader from the White House in a few weeks. Additionally, Mike shares his thoughts on how Donald Trump is drowning, and what his Eagle Scout training taught him about how we should deal with him. Michael Moore's "TV Nation" spends the day with the Michigan Militia in 1995 shortly after the Oklahoma City bombing: In "Bowling For Columbine" (2002), Michael pays a visit to trained militia members in Michigan with an imaginative calendar: In "Bowling for Columbine," Michael interviewed James Nichols, brother of Oklahoma City bombing accomplice Terry Nichols: Part 1: Part 2: The film Michael mentioned, "Blood In The Face" Voter registration deadlines are coming in several states! Check your status here! Try Gabi to check if you've been overpaying for home and auto insurance. It's free! Music in this episode: "8 Mile" (instrumental) - Eminem A transcript of this conversation will soon be available here: --- Send in a voice message:
Kristin Urquiza's father Mark was one of the more than 200,000 Americans to die from COVID-19. He was a Trump supporter who was led to believe that he was safe from the virus because of President Trump, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey and Fox News downplaying the risks. Since his passing, Kristin has dedicated herself to keeping the memory of all COVID-19 victims alive, sharing accurate public information about the pandemic, and never letting anyone forget about the mismanagement and misinformation from Trump and his enablers that have led to all of these preventable deaths. Kristin was invited by the Biden family to be their guest at the 1st Presidential debate in Cleveland, and she joins Michael to discuss what it was like seeing her father's killer on stage 15 feet away from her, how she must now get tested because of Trump's reckless behavior and her non-profit organization's upcoming actions to remember those lost during this pandemic. MAKE SURE YOU ARE REGISTERED TO VOTE! THE DEADLINE TO REGISTER IS MONDAY, OCTOBER 5TH IN MANY STATES! Kristin's late father Mark Anthony Urquiza Watch Kristin Urquiza's Speech at the DNC Week of Mourning Marked By Covid Music in the episode: The Nightwatchman (Tom Morello) - "Alone Without You" A transcript of this episode will soon be available at: Special offer for Rumble listeners! Go to and use promo code rumble10. You’ll get 10% off any order of $200 or more! --- Send in a voice message:
Donald Trump has a history of lying about his health (and about the health of his political opponents). So how should we handle his announcement that he and Melania have tested positive for COVID-19? Michael Moore shares his thoughts on this EMERGENCY PODCAST SYSTEM edition of Rumble. Read Michael's Facebook post: --- Send in a voice message:
Michael Moore is happy! Voting has begun and the American people are on the verge of doing something that no one has figured out how to do yet - crush and remove Donald Trump. Michael decides to go all out in rallying millions of Americans to participate in the greatest ass-whoopin’ of all time. We hold the power. It’s an historic moment. Let’s all join together in a 5-week celebration of Democracy. This episode swells to new heights with a virtual cast of millions, a musical score the likes of which we had to steal because we couldn’t get a hundred classical musicians in one place during a pandemic. It’s epic! It’s your chance to be a hero! Time for all us to put away the despair and roll out our Trump Removal Machine! Are you registered to vote? Please check your status here: Voter Registration Deadlines: Music in the episode: Rudy Soundtrack - "Main Title" by Jerry Goldsmith Rudy Soundtrack - "Tryouts" by Jerry Goldsmith The Shawshank Redemption Soundtrack - "End Title" by Thomas Newman Rumble with Michael Moore listeners - protect your online privacy with ExpressVPN! Get 3 extra months free with a 12-month plan. Click here: A transcript of this episode will soon be available at: --- Send in a voice message:
One of the central figures in American history that will forever be tied to Donald Trump winning the 2016 election and Trump's corrupt and chaotic time in the White House, is former FBI Director James Comey. His story will now be memorialized in a Showtime two-part series called "The Comey Rule," starring Jeff Daniels as Comey. Daniels, one of American's most beloved and versatile actors, joins Michael to discuss why he decided to play Comey, why they had to fight to get this on the air before election day and how America is facing a "modern day D-Day on November 3rd." They also discuss their home state of Michigan, Daniels' role of a lifetime as Atticus Finch in the Aaron Sorkin adaptation of "To Kill A Mockingbird" on Broadway and whether the cinematic experience can make a comeback after the pandemic. Also, Michael shares his latest thoughts on what transpired this week, the Supreme Court battle ahead of us, the importance of checking your voter registration status and the electoral tsunami that is brewing. Jeff Daniels stars in "The Comey Rule" on Showtime The Purple Rose Theatre Company in Chelsea, Michigan, founded by Jeff Daniels Watch Jeff Daniels in Noam Baumbach's "The Squid and the Whale" on Netflix Jeff Daniels in the famous "The Newsroom" scene on why America is not the greatest country in the world All three seasons of The Newsroom are available on HBO: Are you registered to vote? Please check your status here! The article Michael mentioned. Must-read! ‘Green’ billionaires behind professional activist network that led suppression of ‘Planet of the Humans’ documentary The Michael Moore-produced ‘Planet of the Humans’ faced a coordinated suppression campaign led by professional climate activists backed by the same ‘green’ billionaires, Wall Street investors, industry insiders and family foundations skewered in the film. Music in episode: "Michigan, My Michigan" - Jeff Daniels A Rumble underwriter -  Try to compare and buy home and auto insurance. It's free! A transcript of this conversation will soon be available at: --- Send in a voice message:
Dr. Timothy Snyder is one of America’s preeminent scholars of European history and has written compelling and essential books about how enlightened and democratic societies turn to fascism. He appeared in Michael Moore’s “Fahrenheit 11/9” after his short book “On Tyranny” was published in 2017. After a recent life-threatening health scare that included disastrous hospital visits, Professor Snyder has written a new book based on his hospital diaries that connects the horrors of our healthcare system with the other maladies in American society that have brought us to where we are today. He joins Michael to discuss his recent personal experiences and the scary national emergencies we are all collectively sick of. Read Timothy Snyder's new book, "Our Malady: Lessons in Liberty from a Hospital Diary" Read Timothy Snyder 2017 book, "On Tyranny" Music in the episode: The Nightwatchman (Tom Morello) - "Alone Without You" A transcript of this episode will soon be available at: --- Send in a voice message:
24 hours after the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Michael Moore follows up on last night's Emergency Podcast System episode with a series of steps we must take to prevent Trump and McConnell from stealing another Supreme Court seat and ensuring a right-wing court for the next few decades. Plus, some of your voicemails and a message from Flint's Congressman Dan Kildee from the vigil for Justice Ginsburg outside of the Supreme Court in D.C. Michael's Facebook post: Call your U.S. Senators or your U.S. House Rep. 202-225-3121 202-224-3121 The films Michael mentioned: "RBG" "On The Basis of Sex" Music in the episode: Don Giovanni, K. 527 / Act 1: "Là ci darem la mano" - "Fermati, scellerato!" Performed by: Cesare Siepi, Hilde Gueden, Josef Krips, Lisa della Casa, Wiener Philharmoniker Written by: Lorenzo Da Ponte, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart "The Last Rose of Summer" - Deanna Durbin A transcript of this episode will soon be available at: --- Send in a voice message:
In the middle of Michael Moore recording a podcast about the 2020 election, one of our greatest nightmares occurred: Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death was announced. In this Emergency Podcast System episode of Rumble, you'll hear Michael's raw, emotional, and immediate thoughts on her death, and the danger America now faces with Trump ready to choose her replacement and Senate Majority Leader McConnell planning to ram this conservative, right-wing judge through the Senate. 45 days before the election, in the middle of a once-in-a-century pandemic, and with a lawless thug in the White House, America is in grave danger. A transcript of this episode will soon be available at: --- Send in a voice message:
Trump bragged to Bob Woodward “I saved his ass!” — referring to how he, Trump, protected the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia after the Prince had a columnist for the Washington Post murdered.  Hearing this on the anniversary of 15 Saudi hijackers who murdered 2,977 people in NYC, DC and PA is chilling. And a reminder to Michael Moore and the rest of us that during these next 50+ days we are in a state of emergency. None of us are safe. Trump truly is, as Mary Trump says, the most dangerous man in America. Trump was warned as early as January by his National Security Advisor that Covid-19 is “the greatest national security threat”. He responded by telling the American people that the virus was a hoax - when he knew it wasn’t. He then knowingly allowed 200,000 Americans to die. That’s sixty-seven 9/11s. Trump is a mass killer. Listen in on Mike’s intense, powerful assault on the madman in the White House. A transcript of this episode is available here: --- Send in a voice message:
One of the biggest disasters caused by the lack of national leadership on the Coronavirus pandemic is the confusion, anxiety, and unbearable stress now felt by millions of parents, students and teachers. With the school year upon us, it's clear there was no national plan. Michael is joined by two public school teachers, Dawn Nummer in Tampa and Paul Prescod in Philadelphia, to share constructive ideas and describe the challenges they are now facing. Dawn, who has a son with severe asthma, is being put in a position to choose between being forced to go teach in school and placing her high-risk son's life in jeopardy, or losing her job. Paul shares some thoughts on what the recent teacher strikes in states such as West Virginia, Kentucky and Arizona could mean for how teachers organize in the midst of the pandemic. Music in episode: "School's Out" - Alice Cooper A transcript of the conversation will soon be available here: --- Send in a voice message:
America has not come to grips with, nor atoned for the cruel and inhumane policies carried out at the U.S.-Mexico border or at the migrant detention facilities. It was one of the most gruesome policies carried out by the Trump administration, but the groundwork for his treatment of migrants was laid by previous administrations. Jacob Soboroff was one of the first journalists to gain access to the horrible migrant detention facilities on the U.S.-Mexico border for NBC News and MSNBC. His reports from the border shocked the country and helped force the Trump administration to reverse course on child separation. He joins Michael Moore to share his new reporting and discuss what must be done to fix this crime against humanity come January 20, 2021. Read Jacob's book, "Separated: Inside an American Tragedy" or Check out the the four episode series by Jacob Soboroff & Katy Tur for MSNBC, "American Swamp" Music in the episode: "Mother and Child Reunion" - Paul Simon Special offer for Rumble listeners from NetSuite! Sign up for a free guide from the world’s #1 cloud business system: A transcript of this conversation will soon be available at: --- Send in a voice message:
Michigan's former Republican Governor Rick Snyder is the man most responsible for poisoning Flint's residents and then covering up and allowing the poisoning to persist. He has permanently damaged people's lives by exposing them to lead poisoning, ruining their homes due to lead in the pipes, and causing misery and pain that will sadly last for generations. He should be in prison. Instead, he just endorsed Joe Biden's campaign, and the campaign touted Snyder's endorsement in a press release. Was this a dirty trick by the Trump campaign to get Michiganders to stay home and not vote Biden? Why else would the Biden campaign insult the voters of Flint and tell them their votes don't matter? Michael Moore is joined by Melissa Mays, a Flint resident, mother and activist who has been at the forefront of the effort to bring justice, dignity and clean water to Flint, to discuss how the hell the Biden campaign could have done this and what Biden must do to make amends. Music in the episode: Grand Funk Railroad - "We're An American Band" A transcript of the conversation will soon be available at: --- Send in a voice message:
Segment #1: "Do Not Kill Me If I've Given You No Reason To" (feat. Malaika Jabali in Kenosha) Michael is joined by journalist and activist Malaika Jabali to discuss the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin, the rebellion taking place there now, and the white 17 year-old Trump supporter who gunned down two protestors with an AK-47 in the middle of the protests. They discuss the underlying issues of race, class and power that underpin why Blake is now paralyzed and why the rebellion has erupted so forcefully. [52:40] Segment #2 : Alex Morse for Congress (feat. Mayor Alex Morse) Alex Morse is the 31 year-old, openly gay Mayor of Holyoke, Massachusetts and is seeking to become the next insurgent Democrat to knock off one of the most powerful and corrupt members of the U.S House, Richard Neal. Morse has been the victim of a shameful and homophobic political smear job that has since been linked back to supporters of Neal. His campaign now has the momentum and the election is on Tuesday, September 1st. Episode Notes: Michael Moore has started a GoFundMe campaign to raise money for the legal defense of protestors. Please contribute here: Read Malaika Jabali's "The Color of Economic Anxiety" in Current Affairs: Watch Malaika's short film "Left Out" Follow Malaika on Twitter: College Democrat At Center Of Attack On Alex Morse Hoped To Launch Career Through Richard Neal NYT: Alex Morse Was Accused, Condemned and Then Vindicated. Will His Experience Change Anything? The Future of Health Care Hinges on This Primary If Rep. Richie Neal prevails in Massachusetts’s First District, lobbyists and corporate donors will get the message that their profits are safe Alex Morse for Congress: Donate to the Morse Campaign: Before and after photographs of newly renovated White House Rose Garden: Special offer for Rumble Listeners! Get 15% off of Raycon Wireless Earbuds! A transcript of the episode will soon be available at: --- Send in a voice message:
On June 18th, 2019, at a high-end campaign fundraiser on Manhattan's Upper East Side, Joe Biden tried to win over wealthy donors and top bankers by assuring them that "nothing would fundamentally change" under a Biden presidency. He was reinforcing the idea that he's the moderate, status quo candidate that would not rock the boat or challenge the power of the 1% while in the White House. Nothing would fundamentally change??? In this episode of Rumble, Michael Moore unravels the fallacy of Biden's thinking and shares his ideas for why everyone must stay involved in the fight for this election and beyond. First of all, EVERYTHING has fundamentally changed. The pandemic has exposed the cruel and unsustainable economic, health care and political systems in America. Nothing will ever be the same again. And the police murder of George Floyd has once again exposed racial inequality and the plight of Black Americans, and has sparked a rebellion that is the largest protest movement in American history. There is no turning back. Biden and Harris will be inheriting a failed state on January 20, 2021, and milquetoast, moderate half-measures will not come nearly close to meeting the demands of the people and the demands of the moment. With a failing economy, a failing healthcare system, the political winds shifting left, and a strong and growing Squad in Congress, Biden and Harris can be forced to make bigger, bolder and more progressive changes than they were planning. History, political reality, emergencies and the fired up and organized political left can be and must be a force in this election and on the day Biden/Harris are sworn in. For anyone  despairing, depressed,  or pessimistic about the future of the country, about the fact that Trump is President, or that we are being asked to settle for Biden as our only way forward, this episode is for you. Here's the Ice Cube video after the DNC that Michael mentioned: Music in the episode: The Times They Are A-Changin' (Live) - Tracy Chapman A transcript of this episode is available here: --- Send in a voice message:
Linda Sarsour is an organizer and activist who has been on the frontlines of every major battle against creeping fascism, the Trump administration, state violence, and attacks on all marginalized communities. Along with Tamika Mallory, Carmen Perez and Bob Bland, she organized the Women's March in Washington D.C. on January 21, 2017, the largest protest in American history. Since then, she has been fighting the administration on it's Muslim ban, on criminal justice reform, along with her continued advocacy for Arab and Muslim Americans and for the Palestinian people. She joins Michael discuss the urgent need to remove Trump from office, how Democrats should (and should not) bring out Muslim and Arab voters in key swing states such as Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Texas and Florida, and her decision to move to Louisville, Kentucky in the middle of a pandemic to fight for justice for Breonna Taylor. ********** Read Linda's book, "We Are Not Here to Be Bystanders: A Memoir of Love and Resistance" or Support "Until Freedom" and fight for justice for Breonna Taylor: The film Michael mentions is "This Is Personal" Tell Joe Biden's campaign that in order to win, they must value and respect Muslim and Arab-Americans and they must respect Linda Sarsour, a progressive, Arab and Muslim leader: ********* A transcript of this conversation is available here: ********* Rumble with Michael Moore listeners - protect your online privacy with ExpressVPN! Get 3 extra months free with a 12-month plan. Click here: ********* Music in episode: Jay Z - "Brooklyn (Go Hard)" (instrumental) ********* --- Send in a voice message:
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Michael Moore
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Dec 17th, 2019
Latest Episode
Oct 31st, 2020
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