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Michael Moore urges Trump critics to participate in ‘100 Days of resistance’

Michael Moore urges Trump critics to participate in ‘100 Days of resistance’
Tue, 1/10/2017 - by Marlee Kokotovic
This article originally appeared on Nation of Change

Academy Award-winning documentarian, Michael Moore, is encouraging Trump critics to engage in ‘100 Days of Resistance’ starting the day of Donald Trump inauguration.

“It’s important that everybody go there. This will have an effect. We have to throw everything at this. This man is slightly unhinged, if I can say that, and he’s a malignant narcissist. He’s going to be very upset if there’s a lot of people there,” Moore says.

Moore will be starting at the Women’s March, which is expected to be the largest demonstration on the day of Trump’s inauguration. Numerous other marches and protests will also be taking place to send a message to the Trump administration.

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I would like to get everyone to fly upside down flags at the inaguration and after at home. Flying the flag upside down is an internationally recognosed maritime, pre radio, signal that your ship is in distress. Our SHIP OF STATE IS IN DISTRESS.
Imaging trumps reaction to seeing upside down flags scattered anlng the parade route. This is a visual that will capture the medias attention and get air time.
Please do it and spread the word every where.

Actual resistance doesn't even make sense. What, exactly, are you resisting, and how? Trump will be sworn in, and that's the way it is. There will be some protests, and I salute those who have the time and means to go to DC to express opposition to Trump.

Inauguration day is Friday, January 20. The more fortunate will get up, work hard and play by all the rules. The less fortunate will begin another day of trying to survive, doing what they can to secure enough food and shelter to get through another day. We don't know what comes next, only that it will come, and there's not a whole lot we can do about it.

Hit him in the pocketbook worldwide! Boycott companies, hotels, merchandise, retailors carrying Trump, Ivanka's etc merchandise.

See lists of trump interests: #GrabYourWallet

IMPEACH TRUMP
WHY?: On so many levels he is already committing crimes!
-Illegit president-
-trump Must Divest Businesses before inaugeration per Emoluments Clause, Article I, Section 9 of the U.S. Constitution.-
-Must show taxes, what's he hiding?-
-Stop Nepotism - illegal to have daughter and son-in-law hold any kind of office-
- Put Assets in a REAL BLIND TRUST- Kids are NOT a blind trust. Conflict of interests.-
-Not to mention Cabinet picks - most should never be confirmed, conflicts of interest, inexperienced, Devos did not graduate college, etc.-

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