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Superb documentation of how Corporate Democrats torpedoed their party's chances in the 2016 election by rigging the primaries and nomination process to steal the nomination from Sen. Bernie Sanders. Shows how important the anti-corporate welfare base of the party is to its chances in national elections and how grassroots progressive activism by the party's base establish national progressive trends.
Moore, as usual, gets into some complicated swamps, but shows hidden truths (you can't believe them, but when you check in Google, they are true), present dangers and, also, what it is being done to fight against threathens we face.
Great fantastic very entertaining documentary and is the best documentary I’ve seen in the past year. Micheal Moore always delivers and he’s a true artist. He addresses the topics and shows kinda both sides. This movie felt like professional wrestling but both parties are the heels. Very good stuff, would recommend.
Nothing new, but as always engaging.
It seems a bit over the top through the film but just wait for the big finish. A reminder of what makes us all American and how we should come together and stop letting politicians drive us apart.
Typical Michael Moore propaganda video filled with lies, half-truths and misinformation
It's a great way to realize that not all Americans are Trump supporters.
If the intention was to put Trump down in the gutter, it did the opposite.
Brilliantly crafted, must-see documentary.
The most important film, of our age.