Michael Moore: Comey Should Visit Trump Because Trump Has ‘Essentially Called for Inciting Riots’
On Tuesday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “All In,” filmmaker Michael Moore argued that FBI Director James Comey should visit Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump because Trump “has said that if he loses the debate, if he loses the vote, he’s essentially called for inciting riots, which I think is still against the law.”
Moore, after laughing about Democrats who changed their mind on FBI Director James Comey after praising him, stated, “The Republican candidate has said that if he loses the debate, if he loses the vote, he’s essentially called for inciting riots, which I think is still against the law. This was a law that was set up mainly against unions and black people and lefties, but I think the FBI director should be paying him a visit, asking him, what are you actually intending on November 9th should you lose?”
Moore added that he didn’t want to see Trump arrested, but that if he’s planning for riots, we should plan for them ourselves.
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