Michael Moore Had This To Say About Michael Flynn’s Resignation

The documentary filmmaker is calling for the arrest of both Flynn and President Trump for colluding with Russia to secure the presidency.

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Earlier this week, U.S. President Donald Trump pushed former national security adviser Michael Flynn to resign due to “trust issues,” according to The Washington Times. Reportedly, Mr. Flynn told Vice President Mike Pence and others that he had not discussed U.S. sanctions against Russia during calls. Reports that later surfaced told another story, however. According to Sean Spicer, the White House press secretary,

“The president got to the point where Gen. Flynn’s relationship — misleading the vice president and others or the possibility that he had forgotten critical details of this important conversation — had created a critical mass and an unsustainable situation. That’s why the president decided to ask for his resignation and he got it.”

Because many questions remain unanswered, it seems all anyone is talking about is Michael Flynn’s resignation. One opinion some might be interested in hearing comes from documentary filmmaker Michael Moore, who has spoken out on political issues many times in the past. In a post which was shared on Facebook, Moore calls for both Flynn and Trump to be arrested for colluding with Russia to secure the Presidency. The entire text follows: 

My thoughts on the resignation of National Security Advisor Michael Flynn…Now that Flynn is gone, he can rejoin his…

Posted by Michael Moore on Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Even during the Presidential campaign, Moore was not a fan of Donald Trump. What are your thoughts on his latest opinion? Please comment below and share this news!


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