Liberal activist and documentary filmmaker Michael Moore joined Democrat Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass) and Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont in a live-streamed “Inequality in America” town hall in Washington, DC, on Monday night.
The discussion, which was centered around inequality and income inequality, also saw Moore addressing what he called the media’s obsessive coverage of Russian election interference and President Donald Trump’s alleged relationship with porn actress Stormy Daniels.
Warren, Sanders, and Michael Moore broached the topic after Moore began hailing a teacher’s strike conducted by the West Virginia Education Association. According to Moore, the teacher’s group scored an “amazing victory” which “brought down the state’s apparatus,” and resulted in a 5 percent pay increase.
But while addressing Sanders directly, Moore complained that he “didn’t see hardly anything” in the “corporate media” about the demonstration.