Filmmaker Michael Moore introduced Sen. Bernie Sanders and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez during a campaign town hall event in Iowa City, IA.
New national polling shows a shifting of the 2020 Democratic race as Warren’s surge slips and Biden retakes the lead. Michael Moore joins Steve Kornacki to discuss the good and bad news for the top Democratic candidates.
Sanders supporters who were interviewed emphasized — as did filmmaker Michael Moore and Sanders campaign co-chair Nina Turner, who took the stage before Sanders — that it was Sanders who transformed Democratic politics by drawing masses of voters to the progressive agenda in 2016, when it initially was written off.
“When I say there is no one like Bernard Sanders, I mean that,” Turner said. “We’ve got some people in the mainstream and neoliberal media who really can’t see the difference.”
Filmmaker Michael Moore speaks at the „Bernie’s Back“ Rally in Queens on Oct. 19, 2019 and endorses Sen. Bernie Sanders for President!
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Fahrenheit 9/11 is a highly acclaimed documentary by filmmaker Michael Moore that critically examines George W. Bush’s presidency, the War on Terror, and the media coverage after September 11. Moore argues that the Bush Administration capitalised on the tragedy to push its agenda for unjust wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, while the American media acted mindlessly supportive and failed to provide objective analysis of the rationale for war. The film, which generated intense controversy, is the highest-grossing documentary of all time.