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Michael Moore's July 4th Message: "I Can't Be Conscious" Continues to Accept the Privilege of "Full Citizenship"

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Liberal filmmaker Michael Moore posted a "declaration" on the substack on Monday, outlining and not planning dissatisfaction with the United States in response to recent events. He said there was a "problem" for this. Leave the country. 

Moore said on Twitter: "Mass shootings to celebrate the 4th. Wealth class that doubled wealth while the country was suffering. The Supreme Court stripped 51% of its citizens. I shared his work with the caption ". He robbed them of their reproductive rights and killed the EPA while removing the gun law&.

In his declaration, Moore's recent court ruling in the Supreme Court, including a 1973 court ruling that legalized abortion and a conservative majority vote in the court to overturn the Roe v. Wade case. I recalled the event.

"I cannot continue to have the privilege of" full citizenship "on this land. By court ruling, all women and girls are their own bodies and are recruited into a compulsory childbirth life if they do not want to become pregnant. Who requires us to abolish the second amendment?

Liberal filmmaker Michael Moore turned his "Rumble" podcast over to women who blasted the Supreme Court's ruling to overturn Roe v. Wade.

Liberal filmmaker Michael Moore Turns His "Rumble" podcast was directed at a woman who blew up a Supreme Court ruling to overturn the Roe v. Wade case. (Reuters)

Moore suggested a way to fix the course by saying "don't silence" the course until attention is paid to the advice. ..

"Until women's rights are fully restored and women's equal rights are stipulated in the Constitution (because the required 38 states have passed the revision of equal rights), I will not keep silent about this. Hmm. That's all I'm talking about. Take me to your party and you'll be "dobbs, dobbs, and other dobbs." And Law is back, and 51% of Congress is female. "

Two or more Dozen states limiting abortion after the Roe v. Wade incident

Moore also said The mass imprisonment of black Americans demanding an end, the end of police shooting blacks, and I demand that the black community be compensated for everything they currently suffer and have to endure. In November. "

Protesters gather outside of the Supreme Court building after the historic ruling to overturn Roe vs. Wade. 

Opponents are history After an abortion, a ruling overturns the Roe v. Wade case, which gathers outside the Supreme Court building.  (Joshua Comins / Fox News)

Republicans rejoice, Democrats overturn Roe v. Wade Anger after doing

Moore had previously made a major request for the country. In May, director Farrenheit 9/11 ended in the media after a gunman killed 19 students and two teachers at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas. I urged you to ask. Second revision.  

"We don't admit that we are violent people in the first place," he told MSNBC host Chris Hayes at the time. "The country was born violently in the genocide of indigenous people with barrels. The country was built with guns on the backs of slaves."

"This network or others In the next few days, who will say, "It's time to abolishAmendment Article 2", he asked. 

People protest about abortion, Friday, June 24, 2022, outside the Supreme Court in Washington. 

People protest about abortion, June Friday, 24th, 2022, outside the Supreme Court of Washington.  (AP Photo / Steve Helber)

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The overthrow of the Roe v. Wade case last month sparked protests outside the Supreme Court and in major cities across the country, with major Democrats including. Called the anger of the members. President Biden. 

The court stated that it "explicitly deprived the American people of their constitutional rights, which they had already admitted."

Media figures also echoed the ruling by targeting conservative Supreme Court judges and predicting disasters for American women.

MSNBC historian Michael Beschloss calls the courts "fascists" and "authorities," and MSNBC analyst Glenn Kirschner worries that privacy rights and separations may be attacked next.ABC's Terry Moranpredicted: "Women die" by court decision.

"This is the most important Supreme Court ruling in decades," Moran said. "It will change the status of American women as citizens of the United States and as citizens of their state. It's the big picture, but let's not elaborate. Women will die because of this ruling."

Cortney O'Brien is the editor of FoxNews. Twitter: @ obrienc2