We continue our interview with Academy Award-winning filmmaker Michael Moore about election 2020 and some of the major issues for voters. Long before Medicare for All became a rallying cry in the Democratic Party, Moore’s 2007 film “Sicko” diagnosed the shortcomings of the for-profit American healthcare system and called for a system of universal healthcare. “The real question never gets asked. They always want to pin them on how much is it going to cost in taxes,” Moore says of debate moderators who ask whether Democratic presidential candidates will raise taxes to pay for Medicare for All.
The question for the next six months: Will the damage from Trump’s past, present and future crimes against humanity make him less electable?
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"The Treasury has the ability to move this money extremely quickly; there's nobody that Secretary Mnuchin has to ask."
And instead of reporting on this urgent story, the media have enabled this dangerous behavior.