Michael Moore’s July 4 message: ‘Cannot in good conscience’ continue to accept ‘full citizenship’ privileges

Michael Moore's July 4 message: 'Cannot in good conscience' continue to accept 'full citizenship' privileges

Liberal filmmaker Michael Moore posted a “declaration” to Substack Monday outlining his grievances with the United States in the wake of recent events, noting he has a “problem” because he is not planning to leave the country. Moore shared his piece on Twitter with the caption, “A mass shooting to celebrate the 4th. A wealthy class that doubled its wealth while the country suffered. A Supreme Court that stripped 51% of our citizens of their reproductive rights while removing gun laws & killing the EPA.” In his declaration, Moore recalled recent events at the Supreme Court , such as the court’s conservative majority decision to overturn the 1973 court ruling that legalized abortion, Roe v. Wade. “I cannot in good conscience continue to receive the privileges of ‘full citizenship’ in this land when all of its women and girls have now been, by Court decree, declared official second-class citizens with no rights to their own bodies and conscripted to a life of Forced Birth should they fall pregnant and not want to be,” Moore wrote . Liberal filmmaker Michael Moore turned his “Rumble” podcast over to women who blasted the Supreme Court’s ruling to overturn Roe v. Wade. (Reuters) Moore suggested how the course could be corrected, saying he would “not shut up about” it until his advice had been heeded. “Until women’s rights have been fully reinstated, and their equal rights are enshrined in our Constitution (now that the required 38 states have passed the Equal Rights Amendment), […]

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