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Michael Moore Warns Biden's Chances Of Re-Election Waning

'I am trying to save Joe Biden'

Michael Moore Warns Biden's Chances Of Re-Election Waning

Filmmaker Michael Moore warned President Joe Biden's chances of re-election this November were waning directly due to his handling of the Israel-Gaza war currently underway in the middle east.

Moore, who accurately predicted former President Donald Trump's 2016 victory, warned of Trump's return while appearing on CNN with host Kaitlan Collins on Tuesday. During his appearance, the filmmaker referenced a recent CNN poll which showed a significantly low 28% approval rating for Biden with nearly 81% of respondents under age 35 disapproving of his response to the conflict.

“I wanted to say this on your show tonight that his chance of not being re-elected, I think, at this point, is so great, because of those numbers. Because he’s losing the youth vote. He’s lost the Arab American vote in Michigan,” Moore said, noting Biden's loss of voters who have flipped "uncommitted" in the Democratic primary. “I am fighting to make sure that doesn’t happen. I am trying to save Joe Biden.”


Moore then reached out to Biden on the broadcast, citing his and the president's Catholic faith.

“If you’re listening — watching Mr. Biden, fellow Catholic, although some will say recovering, in my case, but still, we are Catholics. And the Pope is right on this. We need an immediate ceasefire," Moore said.

The filmmaker reiterated Biden's messaging on the Israel-Gaza conflict needed to change, comparing the "shadow" of the Holocaust with deaths of innocent Palestinians in the Gaza Strip.

“We’re going to lose the election. We’re going to lose Michigan, if we don’t turn this around,” he said. “And President Biden isn’t turning this around. That is going to do more to put Trump back in the White House. And I refuse to have Donald Trump back in the White House.”

Moore also commented on recent pro-Palestinian and anti-Israel protests popping up at universities around the country, saying students should be going about airing their frustrations "the opposite way."

Protests erupted at Columbia University in New York two weeks ago, though devolved into riots on Monday night as students and others vandalized and occupied Hamilton Hall on campus. Two staff members were reportedly taken hostage, though were later released.

Students were initially given until 2 p.m. on Tuesday to disperse their “Gaza Solidarity Encampment” and relinquish control of Hamilton Hall, though failed to comply. At the request of University President Minouche Shafik, the New York Police Department (NYPD) entered the campus last night and cleared out students and other rioters.

Other protests at University of California, Los Angeles also turned violent as students and agitators broke out into fights that left many injured.

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