Michael Moore Says He Wants to See Trump Family in ‘Orange Jumpsuits’

‘The majority of Americans are very liberal…’

(Kaylee McGhee, Liberty Headlines) Liberal documentary filmmaker Michael Moore said his hope for the new year is to see “as many members of the Trump family in orange jumpsuits as possible.”

“It’s really the wrong way to end such a festive time of the year, with such animosity toward those who would do wrong to this country, but yes,” Moore told MSNBC.


Moore’s comments come after President Donald Trump’s eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., reportedly told friends that he feared being indicted by Special Counsel Robert Mueller because of his connection to a meeting with a Kremlin-linked lawyer in Trump Tower during his father’s presidential campaign.

The lawyer allegedly offered Trump Jr. dirt on Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.

Moore also suggested that Jared Kushner, Ivanka Trump’s husband and White House adviser, could face legal trouble for allegedly trying to negotiate back-door agreements with foreign governments when Trump first took office.

“Here’s probably what won’t happen,” Moore said. “Because especially New Yorkers know this, because Trump got away with everything for like 40 years. That streak shouldn’t end this year more than likely because I think Trump has always been careful to be not in the room when the crime’s being committed.”

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Moore is well known for his fanatical comments about Trump, whom he called “the devil” in his documentary “Fahrenheit 11/9.”

He said the majority of Americans agree with that sentiment: “The majority of Americans are very liberal. They take the liberal position on most issues: They believe women should be paid the same as men. They believe that there’s climate change. Go down the list. They don’t believe people should be thrown in jail for smoking marijuana.”

“We, the Democrats, have won the presidency, the popular vote, in 6 of the last 7 presidential elections. The Republicans have only won once since 1988, in 2004 with Bush. That’s the only time they’ve won the popular vote. The country we live in doesn’t want the Republicans in the White House. We’re the majority.”