2020: The Dumpster Fire

2021, Documentary, 1h 31m

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The film follows artist/film director, Rod Webber, and his satirical presidential campaign and the tumultuous protests of 2020. Rod Webber merrily trolls the 2020 Presidential election accompanied by Lauren Pespisa (The Hacker Wars) and Vermin Supreme (From the Internet). When George Floyd is murdered, Webber straps on his gas mask to give a first-hand account of the tumultuous and often brutal protests which erupt across the country. The film concludes with Stop The Steal, January 6th, and Webber's legal victory over Donald Trump in his civil suit. The film includes interviews with Noam Chomsky, Jello Biafra, Daryle Lamont Jenkins, Michael Moore and about a dozen 2020 candidates.

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