Activist filmmaker Michael Moore
responded angrily to the Wisconsin State Senate’s vote to strip public unions of their right to collectively bargain, declaring: “This is war.”
Appearing on Rachel Maddow’s show on MSNBC Wednesday night, Moore said: “I would say that anyone who lives within driving distance of Madison, Wisconsin right now should make their way to the capital. This is war. This is class war that has been leveled against working class people in America.”
Moore also called for a “student walk-out” on Friday afternoon to protest the Wisconsin vote.
Moore rambled on about home foreclosures, jobs lost to foreign countries, and the power of the wealthiest Americans, holding up a pair of handcuffs as he told viewers: “The rich have committed these crimes and the people will demand your a** in jail.”
He also told the rich and bankers: “We have a right to your money.”
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