Michael Moore shared his plan to save the country on Facebook Wednesday following Donald Trump’s victory in the presidential election.
Titled his “Morning After To-Do List,” the “Trumpland” director listed five things voters should do if they’re feeling upset about Trump’s win on Tuesday. Number one on the list: “Take over the Democratic Party and return it to the people.”
Moore, who was an outspoken critic of Trump during the campaign and a supporter of Bernie Sanders during the primaries, also called on the Democratic members of congress to “fight, resist and obstruct in the way Republicans did against President Obama every day for eight full years.”
“Everyone must stop saying they are ‘stunned’ and ‘shocked,'” Moore wrote. “What you mean to say is that you were in a bubble and weren’t paying attention to your fellow Americans and their despair. YEARS of being neglected by both parties, the anger and the need for revenge against the system only grew.”
Moore also called on his followers to “fire” the pollsters, the pundits and the media, and work to get rid of the “arcane, insane 18th-century idea called the Electoral College,” ending the message on a positive note by pointing out that Hillary Clinton is on track to win the popular vote.
“You live in a country where a majority of its citizens have said they believe there’s climate change, they believe women should be paid the same as men, they want a debt-free college education, they don’t want us invading countries, they want a raise in the minimum wage and they want a single-payer true universal health care system. None of that has changed,” he wrote. “We live in a country where the majority agree with the ‘liberal’ position. We just lack the liberal leadership to make that happen.”
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But later, Cuban cared a lot about Trump saying the wrong thing. He endorsed Hillary Clinton and was so annoyed by Trump's lack of specifics that he offered him $10 million to answer detailed questions about economic policy. He also joined Clinton as a debate guest (pictured).
The former "Cheers" star stood by Trump in September 2015 after watching a CBS News interview in which she felt that Scott Pelley treated the candidate unfairly. "Pelley acting like an antagonist asshat.I like Trump..fire at will," she told her followers.
She changed her mind around the time of Trump's leaked "Access Hollywood" talk with Billy Bush, in which he boasted bout groping and kissing women without their consent.
"I hate this election and I'm officially no longer endorsing either candidate," she tweeted last month.
AZEALIA BANKS The rapper stunned fans when she came out in support of Trump in February, tweeting: "Ok so, I think I'm ready to admit that I'm going to vote for Donald Trump."
After his "Access Hollywood" leak, Banks changed her tune.
"I made a major mistake endorsing toupey-toupee. Womens rights are important and we must protect them," she wrote.
AARON CARTER “Does America want to have a president who FOLLOWS or someone who leads? I vote For @realdonaldtrump,” he tweeted in February.
"I shocked my staff today ... I said, 'You know what? As far as the Republicans are concerned, I hope Trump wins on the Republican side." -Jesse Ventura
Ventura isn't a Trump flip-flopper, because he's been upfront all along about the fact that he's an independent who doesn't want the Republican or Democrat to win in the general election. He supports Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson.