Liberal filmmaker Michael Moore and the Reverend Jesse Jackson will host a get-out-the-vote rally in support of Hillary Clinton in Flint, Michigan Monday night, with less than 24 hours remaining until polls open on Election Day.
Moore wrote on his Twitter account Sunday that he and Jackson would appear at Flint’s Whiting Auditorium at 7 p.m. Monday night for a rally, which will include a screening of the filmmaker’s latest anti-Donald Trump project, Michael Moore in TrumpLand.
“The fact that Donald Trump is within striking distance of winning the state of Michigan is a wake-up call to all decent people,” the documentarian said in a statement announcing the rally. “We must have a significant turnout on Tuesday for Hillary in order to repudiate the hate from the Trump campaign and move Flint and the country forward.”
Moore added that he hopes thousands of area residents will show up to the rally, and said the city of Flint was a prime example of “what happens when Republican policies are set in motion to harm people.”