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Ep. 181: Does Michigan Have A Death Wish? (w/ Dr. Irwin Redlener) | Rumble with Michael Moore

Michigan is in the middle of the worst-in-the-nation COVID-19 surge. Other Upper Midwest states are seeing an uptick in cases, as well. While it seems like there is a light at the end of the pandemic tunnel, we are at serious risk of causing more death and destruction and prolonging the lockdown due to a combination of stupidity, misinformation and poor leadership on many levels. Michael seeks the counsel of Dr. Irwin Redlener on why this is happening and what we must do to crush this virus for good. Dr. Redlener co-founded the Children's Health Fund in 1987, and has been a scholar, an advocate, and a monumental figure in the fight for public health, children's health and disaster preparedness for several decades. Further Reading: Virus Surge in Michigan Is a ‘Gut Punch’ to Hopes of Pandemic’s End Klik hier Midwest Covid-19 Surge May Signal Problems Ahead for U.S. Klik hier why Michigan’s covid spike is so scary Klik hier offer for Rumble listeners! For high-quality video conference technology, try SignalWire: Go to SignalWire.com and use the code "Moore" for a free 30-day trial! --- Send in a voice message: Klik hier



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Ep. 180: The Era of 'Big Government Is Evil’ Is Over! (feat. David Dayen) | Rumble w/ Michael Moore

We appear to be entering a new political era in America where Reagan's lie that "government is the problem" and Clinton's declaration that "big government is over" is finally coming to an end. Good Riddance! After decades of cruel, inhumane and unjust economic policies that favored cutting government services, redistributing wealth upwards, and always prioritizing private, for-profit industry over the needs of the people, the political winds have shifted, and they are blowing heavily to the left. And Joe Biden, who has spent a political career on the wrong side of many of these issues, is now embracing the belief that big, good government that spends massive amounts of money to meet the needs of the people is how he wants to lead the country. After passing the $1.9 trillion American Recovery Bill, the next Biden initiative is a multi-trillion dollar infrastructure plan. Michael is joined by David Dayen, Executive Editor of the American Prospect, to discuss this political realignment and detail what the infrastructure plan might do for America's roads, bridges, water pipes, broadband internet, railroads, along with the postal service. They also discuss how stimulus checks and vaccine shots are raising the belief that government can and should be a positive force for good in helping peoples' lives. Read The American Prospect: Klik hier David's excellent books: "Monopolized: Life in the Age of Corporate Power" Klik hier of Title: How Three Ordinary Americans Uncovered Wall Street's Great Foreclosure Fraud" Klik hier the Oscar-nominated film Michael mentioned: Klik hier in the episode: "The House That Jack Built" - Aretha Franklin Klik hier Ball" - Miley Cyrus Klik hier Send in a voice message: Klik hier



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Ep. 179: Aaron Sorkin In Conversation with Michael Moore | Rumble with Michael Moore podcast

Aaron Sorkin is one of our most celebrated and influential playwrights and screenwriters whose plays, films and television work include A Few Good Men, The American President, The West Wing, Sports Night, The Newsroom, The Social Network, Moneyball, and Steve Jobs. Before the pandemic, his stage adaptation of To Kill A Mockingbird, starring Jeff Daniels as Atticus Finch, had turned into one of the the great Broadway shows of all time. His latest film, which he wrote and directed, is The Trial of the Chicago 7. It has been nominated for an Academy Award for Best Picture, along with Sorkin’s fourth Best Screenwriter Oscar for the script. It is a powerful, timely, and entertaining film and it features an all-star cast. Sorkin joins Michael Moore for a wide-ranging discussion including how the West Wing was almost not made, great career advice he received from The Social Network director David Fincher, plus advice he now gives to aspiring screenwriters. Also, his thoughts on patriotism, the lack of civics in American schools, and how Donald Trump got The Trial of the Chicago 7 made. They also discuss whether To Kill A Mockingbird will return after the pandemic and Sorkin issues a public challenge to fellow playwright Lin-Manuel Miranda. Watch the Trial of the Chicago 7 on Netflix: Klik hier Offer for Rumble Listeners: Get 3 extra months of Express VPN for free. Visit ExpressVPN.com/rumble --- Send in a voice message: Klik hier



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Ep. 178: Mama. And America, Too. | Rumble with Michael Moore podcast

April 2nd, 1921, is the 100th birthday of Michael's mother, Veronica Moore. If you've ever wondered how Michael Moore turned out to be, well, Michael Moore, start with her as he reveals (mostly) all. The trial of the former police officer who killed George Floyd has been taking place in Minneapolis this week. The horrific footage of the life being choked out of Floyd by Derek Chauvin has been played nonstop from several angles, and we've heard Floyd's cries for his mother over and over again. We're also hearing testimony from young witnesses who stood on the curb watching the murder taking place, not knowing what they could do to help, and in the case of teenager Darnella Frazier, carefully filming the killing so the world could soon bear witness. The trial has been devastating, and Michael Moore demands of white Americans: DON’T LOOK AWAY. Watch the Oscar-nominated film Michael mentioned: "Time" Klik hier offer for Rumble listeners! For high-quality video conference technology, try SignalWire: Go to SignalWire.com and use the code "Moore" for a free 30-day trial! Music in the episode: "In The Mood" - Glenn Miller Klik hier Night, New York" - Nanci Griffith & Emmylou Harris Klik hier Send in a voice message: Klik hier



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Michael Moore: Ep 177: “Clips from This This Episode Will Be Run On The Night I'm Not So Lucky" (w.

On Thursday, March 25th, Ron Weiser, Chairman of the Michigan Republican Party, described the 3 top elected women in Michigan - Governor Gretchen Whitmer, Attorney General Dana Nessel, and Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson - as “the three witches.” And when asked about how Republicans can remove from office the two Michigan Republican Congressmen who voted to impeach Trump, he stated that, other than defeating them in the primary, "assassination" was the only other option. Weiser is one more example of the heightened risk we face of more political violence and assassinations. We hear a clip from Glenn Beck publicly wondering if he should kill Michael Moore and could he get away with it? Instead of waiting for right-wing crazies to commit more acts of violence against the Michigan “witches,” Michael Moore asks what must be done to stop this potential violence, and to save the lives of elected representatives targeted by the head of the Republican Party. Is it free speech to call for someone’s death? He is joined on this episode by Flint, Michigan Congressman Dan Kildee who survived the January 6th attack on the Capitol. They discuss the existence of Republican political violence in America, and whatever happened to the "9/11-style" Congressional commission that was supposed to investigate the January 6th insurrection. Music in the episode: "If I Ruled The World" - MILCK Klik hier the Oscar Nominated Movie Michael mentioned "Time" Klik hier for Michael Moore's email list....news coming soon! Klik hier Send in a voice message: Klik hier



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Michael Moore: Ep. 176: "What Is So Different About Americans? Are We Homicidal By Nature?" (w/ Tom

On Tuesday, March 23rd, when a young American man went on a shooting rampage at a supermarket in Boulder, Colorado, killing 10 people, it marked the 7th mass shooting in America in the last 7 days. Maybe life is getting back to normal in the U.S.? March 23rd was also the 18-year anniversary of Michael Moore winning the Academy Award for "Bowling For Columbine," a film exploring America's love affair with guns, its history of racism and its culture of fear. He took the stage and denounced the Bush administration's illegal and immoral war in Iraq which had been launched days earlier. One of the most memorable voices in "Bowling For Columbine" was Tom Mauser, father of 15 year-old Daniel Mauser, one of the 12 students killed at Columbine High School on April 20th, 1999. Mauser raised an idea that became the key question in the film: while other countries have violent histories, violent video games, violent movies, and profane music, and while some also have plenty of guns, why is it only in America that we shoot and kill each other so much? Twenty years later, Tom Mauser joins Michael on Rumble to discuss the same exact question. Watch Michael Moore's Academy Award-Winning, "Bowling For Columbine" Klik hier Moore Oscar Speech on the Fifth Night of the Iraq War Klik hier Mauser Tribute Video Klik hier A Wonderful World" - Louis Armstrong Klik hier Is A Warm Gun" - The Beatles Klik hier the Oscar Nominated Movie Michael mentioned "Time" Klik hier offer for Rumble listeners! For high-quality video conference technology, try SignalWire: Go to SignalWire.com and use the code "Moore" for a free 30-day trial! --- Send in a voice message: Klik hier



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Ep. 175: My Afternoon with the Killer of Vincent Chin + #StopAsianHate w/ Annie Tan | Michael Moore

Sign-up for Michael Moore's email list! Klik hier 1987, Michael Moore exclusively interviewed Ronald Ebens, the former Chrysler autoworker who, along with his laid-off autoworker stepson, brutally beat a Chinese-American man named Vincent Chin to death with a baseball bat in Detroit 5 years earlier. A witness heard Ebens tell Chin and his Asian-American friend that they "were the reason we're all getting laid off" -- a reference to the scapegoating of the Japanese for the American auto industry cutting jobs (again, Chin was Chinese, but that made no difference to his killer). The killing of Chin and the fact that Ebens spent no time in jail and only paid a small fine set off a wave of new Asian-American civil rights activism. In this special episode of Rumble, Michael recounts his 2 hour meeting with the defiant killer of Vincent Chin and notes the all-too-familiar "white-guy-as-victim syndrome" that Ebens exhibited due to his legal and media ordeal after he killed Chin. Michael is joined by an Asian-American public school teacher, storyteller, activist, and the cousin of the late Vincent Chin, Annie Tan, who explains the importance of Vincent Chin's legacy and discusses the proactive, positive work that is being done to confront anti-Asian racism and violence. Finally, March 23rd, 2021 is Michael Moore's Liberation Day. After 379 days in a self-imposed quarantine and one month after receiving his second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, he's finally leaving the house and he ponders all the places he will go. 'The Man Who Killed Vincent Chin' by Michael Moore This article appeared in the Detroit Free Press Sunday Magazine on August 30, 1987. Klik hier are the links to the groups Annie mentioned that support Asian Americans: NAPAWF: National Asian Pacific American Women's Forum: Klik hier Americans Advancing Justice: Klik hier Organizing Asian American Tenants: Klik hier Canary Song: Klik hier Brooklyn: Klik hier NYC: Klik hier Workers Center: Twitter @FlushingWorkers: Klik hier to Chinatown: Klik hier Chinatown Love: Klik hier Coalition of Asian Children and Families: Klik hier Million Rising: Klik hier Annie mentioned: Annie Tan, "Remembering Vincent," The Moth Klik hier Sharma, "Not Dead" in Asian American Writers Workshop: Klik hier in the episode: "If I Ruled The World" - MILCK Klik hier Send in a voice message: Klik hier



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Ep 174: "Do You Want To Be The President Who Saved Democracy?" w Ari Berman | Rumble w Michael Moore

Sign-up for Michael Moore's email list....big news coming soon! Klik hier of the most important pieces of legislation in recent American history is in front of the U.S. Senate right now. It may determine whether we are able to maintain and strengthen voting rights in America, or whether Republicans will continue their path to minority rule, where more Americans will continue to vote for Democrats, but the Republican party will continue to hold power due to voter suppression, gerrymandering, the electoral college and other regressive factors. Journalist Ari Berman has been ferociously studying and educating us about the all-out attack on voting rights and what we need to do about it. He joins Michael to discuss the Senate legislation and House legislation we must get passed and how this will all come down to abolishing the filibuster. The House Passes a Major Voting Rights Bill—and Creates a Helluva Battle in the Senate Klik hier Ari's book, "Give Us the Ballot: The Modern Struggle for Voting Rights in America" Klik hier your Senators! 202-225-3121 202-224-3121 1) The Senate must pass S.1! 2) The Senate must eliminate the filibuster! Music in the episode: "Turntables" - Janele Monae Klik hier special offers for Rumble listeners! Raycon Earbuds 15% off! BuyRaycon.com/rumble For high-quality video conference technology, try SignalWire: Go to SignalWire.com and use the code "Moore" for a free 30-day trial! --- Send in a voice message: Klik hier



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Ep. 173: A St. Patrick’s Day Plea | Rumble with Michael Moore podcast

The political winds have shifted in America over the past few years, and it is blowing in a very progressive direction. The moderate, centrist Joe Biden is not an ideologue who came into office to lead America left -- but he is following the will of the people, and the people want a government that is responsive to their needs, ends this pandemic, and ensures jobs, health care, good schools and safety. This shift in our country has recently manifested itself with the $1.9 trillion Recovery Act the Democrats succeeded in passing, which will do us a lot of good. This is something we must acknowledge, be proud of, and keep pushing for more of! Michael addresses these shifting political winds and what it means for us all. But first, thousands of Catholic children (often referred to as "migrants," "illegal migrants," "illegal aliens," "unaccompanied migrants," or "unaccompanied children," among other phrases) are being held in detention centers along the border. How long will this inhumane process and dehumanizing debate about it last? Mike challenges the Catholic Church to step up and advocate for these children, their safety and their humanity. Flashback: Episode 130: Trump Hates Catholics Klik hier in the episode: "Peace On Earth" - U2 Klik hier offer for Rumble listeners! For high-quality video conference technology, try SignalWire: Go to SignalWire.com and use the code "Moore" for a free 30-day trial! --- Send in a voice message: Klik hier



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Michael Moore's TV Nation - "Taxi" | Season 1, Episode 1

Who will have an easier time getting a cab in New York City; Yaphet Kotto, a distinguished black actor, or Louis Bruno, a convicted white felon? From Michael Moore's groundbreaking TV series "TV Nation," this segment aired in 1994. Featuring correspondent Rusty Cundieff and a special guest appearance by RUN DMC.



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Ep. 172: Katie Halper, Briahna Joy Gray + Sam Riddle -- Rumble 25 Million LIVE | Michael Moore

In our final installment from the Rumble 25 million download live special, Michael is joined by comedian and podcaster Katie Halper to expose the concept of "Woke-washing," the press letting its guard down during the Biden administration, and the centrist Democrats' weaponization of identity politics and civility politics. Next, Mike and Katie are joined by "Bad Faith" podcast host and former Bernie Sanders National Press Secretary to discuss the toxic only culture of moderate Democrats, coping with the pandemic and Andrew Cuomo. Finally, Michael is joined by an old friend from Flint, radio host and political activist Sam Riddle, to discuss getting the vaccine ("despite Tuskegee"), how the fear that members of Congress felt on January 6th is a fear felt everyday by Black Detroiters, and how emerging, young leadership must be nurtured. Listen to Briahna Joy Gray's podcast with Virgil Texas "Bad Faith" Klik hier to Katie podcast "The Katie Halper Show" Klik hier her podcast with Matt Taibbi "Useful Idiots" Klik hier Sam Riddle on Twitter: @samriddle Watch the films Michael mentioned: Mank Klik hier Trial of the Chicago 7 Klik hier Send in a voice message: Klik hier



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Ep. 170: Jeff Daniels & Daniel Ellsberg -- Rumble 25 Million LIVE | Rumble with Michael Moore

On Monday, March 1st, the "Rumble with Michael Moore" podcast surpassed 25 million downloads. To celebrate, we recorded a special livestream episode of Rumble on YouTube with some of our favorite guests from the first 14 months, which we are sharing in multiple parts. In this episode, Michael is first joined by Emmy Award-winning actor, Michigander, and new fashion icon Jeff Daniels. They discuss his viral moment at the Golden Globes, the first days of the Biden administration and getting vaccinated and getting back to work. Next, Michael is joined by Pentagon Papers whistleblower and peace activist, Daniel Ellsberg. They discuss how we handle this era of mass delusion with so many of our fellow Americans living in a different universe than us, the perils of climate change and nuclear weapons, balancing optimism over despair and Mike Tyson. Listen to our previous episode with Ellsberg: Episode 2: We Are The Wrong Side (Featuring Daniel Ellsberg) Klik hier to our previous episode with Daniels: Episode 123: “A Modern Day D-Day On November 3rd” (Featuring Jeff Daniels) Klik hier the two movies Michael mentioned: "All In: The Fight for Democracy" Klik hier you want to watch the full four-hour + broadcast of our 25 million special, subscribe (for free) and watch on YouTube: Klik hier Send in a voice message: Klik hier



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Michael Moore: Ep. 169: Pink Floyd Co-Founder Roger Waters & Rep. Rashida Tlaib -- Rumble 25 Million

On Monday, March 1st, the Rumble with Michael Moore podcast surpassed 25 million downloads. To celebrate, we recorded a special livestream episode of Rumble on YouTube with some of our favorite guests from the first 14 months which we will now share here in 4 parts. Up first: Roger Waters and Rep. Rashida Tlaib! In this episode, Michael kicks off the event with rock music legend and Pink Floyd co-founder and creative force, Roger Waters. He first joined Rumble in May of 2020, and it turned out to be one of our most powerful and thoughtful conversations. You can listen to it here: Episode 80: We Are Many And They Are Few (Featuring Roger Waters) Klik hier Michael was joined by Detroit Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib, who took some time in between House votes to discuss the proposed minimum wage increase, immigration reform and Palestine. She also got a chance to meet Roger Waters for the first time. You can listen to her previous appearance on Rumble here: Episode 82: Liberate Michigan…From Trump (Featuring Rep. Rashida Tlaib) Klik hier the course of the next few days, we will publish all the conversations from our livestream episode, including with Jeff Daniels, Daniel Ellsberg, Anand Giridharadas, Katie Halper, Briahna Joy Gray and Sam Riddle. If you want to watch the full four-hour + broadcast, subscribe (for free) and watch on YouTube: Klik hier movie Michael that mentioned you should watch is "MLK/FBI": Klik hier Offer for Rumble Listeners: Get 3 extra months of Express VPN for free. Visit ExpressVPN.com/rumble --- Send in a voice message: Klik hier



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Ep. 168: I Got Vaccinated and I Live to Tell | Rumble with Michael Moore podcast

Rumble with Michael Moore is about to surpass 25 million downloads! To celebrate we will be doing a livestream episode of Rumble on YouTube on Monday, March 1st at 8pm ET. Subscribe to Michael Moore's YouTube Page & set a reminder to join Monday's livestream! Klik hier Moore received his second dose of the Covid-19 Pfizer vaccine this week. He discusses his yearlong lockdown during the pandemic, why he decided to get vaccinated now, and why we should all get vaccinated when our number is called. He also shares the benefits of all the solitary time in his 353-day quarantine, his "liberation day" list of things to do once the vaccine has taken effect, the racial and socioeconomic disparities in vaccinations, and why we must all continue to be vigilant until Covid is gone for good. Finally, Michael warns of the three major problems with the Biden administration this week: bombing Syria, going soft on the minimum wage increase and giving Saudi Crown Prince MBS a free pass after ordering the killing of a Washington Post journalist. Call your Senators and Representatives! 202-224-3121 202-225-3121 Watch the movie Michael mentioned in the episode -- "Boys State" Klik hier Gabi to check if you've been overpaying for home and auto insurance. It's free! Klik hier Send in a voice message: Klik hier



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RUMBLE LIVE: Celebrating 25 Million Downloads w/ Michael Moore + Special Guests!

After launching on December 17th, 2019, the Rumble with Michael Moore podcast is about to surpass 25 million downloads! The celebrate this milestone and thank the listeners, Michael Moore is hosting a special livestream episode of Rumble and will be joined by some surprise guests.



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Ep. 167: The Middle Of The Road Is Deadly (feat. Rick Perlstein) | Rumble with Michael Moore podcast

The violent, insurrectionist, January 6th mob attempting to overturn the election results are part of a long line of a reactionary and white supremacist elements within American politics who will resort to violence or chicanery when they don't get their way electorally. They are now at the center of the Republican party and we will have to deal with their undemocratic impulses and threats of violence as a regular feature of our politics unless we do something about it now. Historian Rick Perlstein has brilliantly documented the modern conservative movement, and he joins Michael to discuss January 6th and its aftermath, positive early moves by the Biden administration, and the ugly legacy of Rush Limbaugh that contributed to today's violent, undemocratic and dangerous Republican party. This Is Us: Why the Trump Era Ended in Violence By Rick Perlstein Klik hier Limbaugh to Trump: Rick Perlstein explains Rush’s real legacy Klik hier out Rick Perlstein's books in the Rumble bookshop! Klik hier in the episode: "My City Was Gone" - The Pretenders Klik hier the film that Michael mentioned -- "Notturno" Klik hier listeners get a free 30-day trial to Audible! Go to: Audible.com/rumble or text "RUMBLE" to 500-500 --- Send in a voice message: Klik hier



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Michael Moore on Texas, The Legacy Of Rush Limbaugh & The Dumbing Down of America

Between the stupid disaster occurring in Texas to the continuing stupid rampage of Covid-19 to the death of S. Rush Limbaugh, it's been a banner week for enforced ignorance and prideful stupidity in America. Michael Moore makes the connection between the unique strain of American idiocy, the never-ending addiction to the myths about the "free market" and privatization, and one of the loudest and most destructive voices in the country with his legacy of ignorance, hate, fear and violence he leaves behind. Finally, Michael reflects on the passing of Jim Ridgeway, an investigative journalist who left an indelible mark in journalism, on the left, and in Michael's life and career. James Ridgeway, Hard-Hitting Investigative Journalist, Dies at 84 Klik hier in episode: "American Idiot" - Green Day Klik hier Wind" - Bob Dylan Klik hier the film Michael mentioned, "Welcome To Chechnya" Klik hier offer for Rumble listeners! For high-quality video conference technology, try SignalWire: Go to SignalWire.com and use the code "Moore" for a free 30-day trial! --- Send in a voice message: Klik hier



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Ep. 165: Charles Blow (feat. Charles Blow) | Rumble with Michael Moore podcast

Charles Blow is a columnist at the New York Times, and commentator on CNN and the author of a new book, "The Devil You Know: A Black Power Manifesto." His voice is like no other in the media. He joins Michael to discuss the problem with lumping together "people of color," why political attempts at "unity" have often been at the expense of and to the detriment of Black Americans and minority groups, and his radical geographic plan for how to increase the political and economic power of Black American as he's detailed in his new manifesto. How does 14 Black Senators sound? Read Charles' new book ,"The Devil You Know: A Black Power Manifesto" Klik hier out more books from Rumble guests: Klik hier in the episode: "Going Back Home" - Nina Simone Klik hier Train To Georgia" - Gladys Knight & The Pips Klik hier is offering 15% off all their products for Rumble listeners! Go to: buyraycon.com/rumble --- Send in a voice message: Klik hier



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Michael Moore: Ep. 164: Judas and the Black Messiah (w/ Shaka King, Fred Hampton Jr. & Gloria Clark

Michael is joined by the director and co-writer of "Judas and the Black Messiah" Shaka King , a long with Fred Hampton Jr., to discuss the U.S. government assassination of Black Panther Party leaders Fred Ham p ton and Mark Clark in 1969, how much (or little) progress has been made by Black Americans since then, why Fred Hampton was seen as a threat by J. Edgar Hoover, and how this provocative film about the FBI infiltrating and murdering American citizens came into existence. Later, Michael is joined by the sister of Black Panther Party Defense Captain Mark Clark, Gloria Jackson Clark, who was living with her mother in Flint, Michigan when they found out on TV that Mark Clark had been killed alongside Fred Hampton. She reflects on her brother’s life and legacy. Judas and the Black Messiah Klik hier more about the FBI's COINTELPRO Klik hier Gloria's book "Mark Clark: Soul of a Black Panther" Klik hier Clark Klik hier Send in a voice message: Klik hier



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Ep. 162: How To Make 2021 The Year Of The E.R.A (w/ Rep. Jackie Speier) | Rumble with Michael Moore

After first being drafted in 1923 by two leaders of the women’s suffrage movement and then finally being passed by Congress in 1972, the century-long struggle to have the Equal Rights Amendment ratified and gender-equality enshrined in the U.S. Constitution is finally on the brink of succeeding. That's because in 2020, the state of Virginia became the 38th state to ratify the E.R.A. matching the two-thirds threshold needed to ratify a constitutional amendment. However, an arbitrary 7-year time limit on the 1972 legislation has provided one final hurdle that advocates for women's equality must overcome. Rep. Jackie Speier of California has been leading the charge in Congress on the E.R.A. since she got there in 2013. The day after Joe Biden and Kamala Harris were inaugurated, Rep. Speier reintroduced this bill to remove the arbitrary time limit and put the E.R.A. on the path to ratification. She joins Michael to discuss the roadmap for what we all need to do to make equal rights for women a reality. Who to push to make sure we finally ratify the E.R.A. -- Call Your Senator: 202-224-3121 202-225-3121 The White House: Klik hier Action With The E.R.A. Coalition: Klik hier in the episode: "You Don't Own Me" - Lesley Gore Klik hier Send in a voice message: Klik hier



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Michael Moore: Democratic Impeachment Manager Video at Trial -- How Trump Instigated Violent Capitol

The Democrats kicked off the impeachment trial with a damning video of Jan. 6, showing Trump's remarks at the rally followed by the violent and deadly insurrection in the Capitol.



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Ep. 160: AOC Opens Up On IG Live | Rumble with Michael Moore podcast

Michael shares his thoughts on Congresswoman Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez's IG Live about the threats to her life during the January 6th mob violence and includes the audio from AOC's message. Watch Rep. AOC's full IG Live Klik hier names of the 147 members of the Sedition Caucus Klik hier two MTV Documentary films Michael mentioned: 76 Days Klik hier Life Too Short (Now available on Pluto TV) Klik hier offer for Rumble listeners! Get 3 extra months free of ExpressVPN with this link: Klik hier in the episode: "Dear Mrs. Roosevelt" - Performed by Bob Dylan; Written by Woody Guthrie Klik hier Send in a voice message: Klik hier



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Ep. 159: Send The Troops To Kalamazoo and Other Ideas | Rumble with Michael Moore podcast

100,000 Americans have died since New Year's Day due to the coronavirus. The decades-long planned bombardment of the federal government, started by Ronald Reagan and completed by Donald Trump, has left us with a feckless, confused, and backwards response to the Covid-19 pandemic. Fortunately, we have a new, Democratic administration trying to fix this mess, but Michael Moore has an even bolder idea: A World War II-level aggressive American government action needed to prevent hundreds of thousands of more unnecessary deaths in the coming months. Mike also shares his surprising early impressions of the first weeks of the Biden/Harris administration. Biden's centrist words, liberal actions Klik hier photo of the right-wing, anti-New Deal CEO of Montgomery Ward, Sewell Avery, being carried out by federal troops: Klik hier the movie Michael mentioned on Netflix: "Dick Johnson Is Dead" Klik hier Gabi to check if you've been overpaying for home and auto insurance. It's free! Klik hier in the episode: "I Wanna Hold Your Hand" - From "Across The Universe" Soundtrack Klik hier Send in a voice message: Klik hier



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Ep. 158: Kill (The Filibuster) or Be Killed (feat. Adam Jentleson) | Rumble with Michael Moore

The Democrats are now in control of the White House, and have majorities in the House and the Senate and have several massive emergencies they were elected to deal with. However, as Republicans made clear when Obama was President, and with the GOP turning even more nefarious since then, they will ruthlessly try to stymie the Biden administration no matter what they try and accomplish. Their best instrument to undercut democracy from working is Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and the cynical use of the threat of a filibuster. Will Americans (and the Democratic party) really let a misused legislative tactic prevent the government from making any progress on Covid, the economy, health care or anything else? Michael is joined by Adam Jentleson, a former top aide to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, who has written a book about the undemocratic U.S. Senate and the need to kill the filibuster for the sake of democracy. Call your U.S. Senator! End the Filibuster! Majority Rules, Minority Rights. 202-224-3121 202-225-3121 Read Adam's book "Kill Switch: The Rise of the Modern Senate and the Crippling of American Democracy" Klik hier Adam's NYT Op-ed: Joe Biden May Have Only Two Years to Get Things Done Democrats must kill the filibuster and make the Senate great again. Klik hier the film Michael mentioned: Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution Klik hier in the episode: "Don't Talk" - 10,000 Maniacs Klik hier Send in a voice message: Klik hier





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Ep. 157: Let America Be America Again - Inauguration 2021 (feat. Langston Hughes) | Michael Moore

It's over. It's finally fucking over. Donald Trump's presidency is finished. On Inauguration Day 2021, Mike takes us back to Inauguration eve 2017, hours before Donald Trump was to be sworn in as President, where he read Langston Hughes' very timely 1935 poem "Let America Be America Again" at 3AM in a Washington D.C. hotel room. Mike recounts that night in D.C., on the brink of Trump's presidency (and Women's March the following day) and also shares new thoughts on how, four years later, in a militarized "Green Zone" in our nation's Capital, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris take the reigns of a beaten and bruised nation, but one full of promise. Read the original Langston Hughes poem: Klik hier in the episode: "Hallelujah" - Performed by Yolanda Adams at Biden/Harris Inauguration Eve Covid Memorial Event Klik hier - Leonard Cohen Klik hier Rumble Underwriter! For high-quality video conference technology, try SignalWire! Go to SignalWire.com and use the code "Moore" for a free 30-day trial! --- Send in a voice message: Klik hier



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Michael Moore: Need A Domestic Terrorist? Dial 9-1-1 | | Rumble w Michael Moore podcast | Ep. 156

As we've now learned of the proliferation of military and police who helped organize and who participated in the insurrection, the people Biden and Harris must actually fear are the ones wearing guns, camo and a badge. Take down the fences and send home the National Guard. The terrorists are not coming from the outside. The real terrorists are already inside the house (and the House!). January 6th was their horror movie version of calling from somewhere downstairs. Michael Moore shares his latest thinking on the ongoing terrorist threat from the American right-wing, how the white supremacist infiltration of law enforcement and the military poses our biggest challenge, why the white, patriarchal society's perceived losing of power will motive their anger and hate for a long time, and why Biden-Harris must stick to their plans to hold the inauguration on the Capitol steps. 2006 FBI report: White Supremacist Infiltration of Law Enforcement Klik hier report we discussed with former DHS analyst Daryl Johnson in Episode 154: Rightwing Extremism: Current Economic and Political Climate Fueling Resurgence in Radicalization and Recruitment Klik hier FBI vetting Guard troops in DC amid fears of insider attack Klik hier 10 living former defense secretaries: Involving the military in election disputes would cross into dangerous territory Klik hier your member of Congress: 202-224-3121



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Ep. 155: Rick Snyder's Crimes Against Humanity (feat. Jordan Chariton) | Rumble with Michael Moore

After more than six years of no accountability for former Michigan Governor Rick Snyder for his actions leading to the poisoning of the city of Flint, Snyder was arraigned on Wednesday for two counts of willful neglect of duty. He is the first of Michigan’s 49 governors in 184 years to face charges related to their time in office. If convicted, he could face up to one year in jail and up to $1,000 in fines. Snyder is among nine senior officials who are facing a total of 42 criminal charges for their actions that caused a deadly Legionnaires’ disease outbreak in Genesee County, and caused permanent, irreversible brain damage due to lead poisoning to thousands of Flint children. Michael is joined by investigative journalist Jordan Chariton who had doggedly reported on the plight of the people of Flint and the wide-ranging cover-up by Snyder and his henchman. They discuss why it's taken this long for any sort of legal action to be taken against Snyder, why his misdemeanor charge is not enough, and what we must do now. How A Flurry Of Suspicious Phone Calls Set Investigators On Rick Snyder’s Trail By Jordan Chariton & Jenn Dize Klik hier Ex-Gov. Rick Snyder Knew About Flint's Toxic Water—and Lied About It By Jordan Chariton & Jenn Dize Klik hier Jordan's work at Status Coup: Klik hier can contact Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel's office here: Klik hier Friday night appearance on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams: Klik hier Send in a voice message: Klik hier



Michael Moore
Ep. 154: How To Stop The Coup Klux Klan (feat. Daryl Johnson) | Rumble with Michael Moore podcast

They knew. The government knew and law enforcement knew that what took place on January 6th, 2021 was not an isolated incident or a total surprise. Not only were right-wing organizations, led by Donald Trump, planning this attack out in the open, but as far back as 2009 a Department of Homeland Security threat assessment warned of the growing right-wing domestic terror threat within America. Rather than heed the warning, the author of the post was attacked by the right-wing, the Obama administration was forced to retract the report, and everyone who worked on it was eventually out of their jobs. The author of the report was a former DHS analyst named Daryl Johnson, who joins Michael to discuss the rising terror threat from within, why it won't end anytime soon, how Trump "poured fuel on an already burning fire," and what we all must do to defend ourselves and protect humanity. Plus, Mike shares his thoughts on Impeachment Day #2, the awful press conference held by the Department of Justice and FBI, and the long overdue news that charges will soon be filed against former Michigan Governor Rick Snyder and his associates for the poisoning of the water and the children of Flint, Michigan. Daryl Johnson: I warned of right-wing violence in 2009. Republicans objected. I was right. Klik hier Michael's Facebook post on 7 Critical Truths of this moment Klik hier with Michael Moore listeners - protect your online privacy with ExpressVPN! Get 3 extra months free with a 12-month plan. Click here: Klik hier Send in a voice message: Klik hier



Michael Moore
Michael Moore: Video Shot By Congressman Dan Kildee (D-Flint) As House Members Take Cover in House G

Video shot by Congressman Dan Kildee (D-Flint) and sent to Michael Moore as he and other members took cover in the House gallery. You can hear them tell each other to take off their identifying Congressional pins so the terrorists would not know who was a member of Congress. During a coup, they would be the first to be executed.