Michael Moore Warns: Trump Will Cause Human Extinction


Liberal Filmmaker and Hillary Clinton supporter Michael Moore sounded a dire warning on his social media accounts Tuesday, exclaiming that March 28, 2017 would be remembered as the day President Donald Trump caused the beginning of the planet-wide extinction of humanity.

In a tweer to his Twitter page, the 62-year-old the Oscar-winner explains accused Trump of declaring “war on the planet” after the president signed an executive order Tuesday rolling back several key Obama-era regulations concerning energy production.

“Historians in the near future (because that may be the only future we have) will mark today, March 28, 2017, as the day the extinction of human life on earth began,” 

“This is a defining moment in the history of mankind,”

“By signing these executive orders today, Trump is declaring an act of war on the planet and its inhabitants. The one silver lining here is that Trump can’t kill the planet; the planet  wants to live and has a long history of wiping out any real or perceived threats.”

Moore was angry Trump repealed a host of Obama-era job killing regulations. “Trump has signed orders killing all of Obama’s climate change regulations. The EPA is prohibited henceforth from focusing on climate change,” Moore said in a follow-up tweet.

The filmmaker’s latest comments are just the latest in a long line of attacks against Trump since he was sworn in as president. In the last few months, Moore attacked Trump and his followers and has said any person who votes for Donald Trump is a “legal terrorist.” In a rally near the White House on Jan. 19, Moore also told the crowd that the “terrorists are about three blocks away” .

Also, Moore called for the president to be arrested and impeached following the resignation of National Security Advisor Michael Flynn. The filmmaker also launched a website designed to have Trump removed from office.