Hollywood director threw punches against Trump yet again, this time blaming him for incompetence to lead the country properly.
Moore said, “I refuse to live in a country where Donald Trump is president and I’m not leaving,” the 63-year-old filmmaker said during his appearance Wednesday night on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.”
“So somethings gotta change,” he added. “We have to form an army of citizens and come at him like a swarm of bees where he’s hit one way, all the way. Because I think the way to bring him down is with satire.”
“His thin skin, as you’ve pointed out so well, is so thin,” he continued. “All we need is like a thousand or a million little comedy shivs–just, you know, non-violent, don’t hurt him, but just under his skin. Because he can’t take being laughed at.”
This wave of rage comes after Trump posted via Twitter, “United States Government will not accept or allow transgender individuals” to be military servants.
“What’s so disgusting about this…if you are transgender trying to get by in this society…I can’t think of any more brave people to have then transgender,” Moore explained, adding that everyone already recruited should not yield under the pressure.
He also spoke about the fact that he advised Hillary Clinton to be watchful of Trump and his actions. He also added that Trump might win, advising her to concentrate on winning in the midwest.
“I actually contacted the people in the Clinton campaign and said ‘I think you need to spend more time in Michigan, Wisconsin, Ohio, and Pennsylvania,’” Moore said. “These are the Brexit States of America. And there’s a lot of angry people. They don’t sorta like Trump that much, but they see him as their human molotov cocktail that they want to just throw into the system that has hurt them so badly. I couldn’t get anybody to listen to me.”