Michael Moore corrects Parkland David Hogg on stage against Trump Fahrenheit 11/9 at the Toronto Film Fest

David Hogg, 18, who has had an intensive course on the restrictions of US policy since the shooting at his school on February 14, wrongly said that Canadians can donate to US political campaigns (they can not, as a foreign entity, donate to American campaigns)

Michael Moore was forced to reclaim the microphone after a survivor of Parkland made confusions on stage at the Toronto International Film Festival.

David Hogg, who just turned 18 in April, has had an intensive policy course, pressure on money, the intricacies of the NRA's internal operations and how to start a powerful arms control movement since he survived the massacre by Marjory Stoneman Douglas. in February.

On Friday's stage, the renowned documentary maker had to correct Hogg, as he was wrong to say that Canadians could donate for the US elections.

After the projection of Moore's anti-Trump & # 39; Fahrenheit 11/9 & # 39; Hogg took the microphone and gave a brief speech, but shortly after the director was forced to retrieve the microphone.

"I have a question for you," Hogg said. & # 39; Who is ready to save America? & # 39;

David Hogg, 18, who has had an intensive course on the restrictions of US policy since the shooting at his school on February 14, wrongly said that Canadians can donate to US political campaigns (they can not, as a foreign entity, donate to American campaigns)

David Hogg, 18, who has had an intensive course on the restrictions of US policy since the shooting at his school on February 14, wrongly said that Canadians can donate to US political campaigns (they can not, as a foreign entity, donate to American campaigns)

Moore portrayed the Parkland students downtown, and the women dressed as maids for the show "The Maids." Demonstrators similarly dressed interrupted Senate confirmation hearings for Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court last week.

Moore portrayed the Parkland students downtown, and the women dressed as maids for the show "The Maids." Demonstrators similarly dressed interrupted Senate confirmation hearings for Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court last week.

Moore portrayed the Parkland students downtown, and the women dressed as maids for the show "The Maids." Demonstrators similarly dressed interrupted Senate confirmation hearings for Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court last week.

The audience cheered.

"Who is ready to make the United States the country we say is on paper, and turn it into the real country it wants to be?" he went ahead.

Hogg said it was unfair that minorities who had served their time could not vote because of their previous convictions.

"Um," he continued, turning to Moore, "I think Canadians can donate to political campaigns in the United States."

Moore shook his head in disagreement.

& # 39; Can not they? & # 39; Hogg asked.

"Then, no, they can not give us money," Moore told Hogg.

"Well, hey, vote here," he said, causing the audience to laugh while hiding his still-incipient knowledge base on the complexities of American politics.

& # 39; Learn from us & # 39 ;, Hogg gave a lecture. "Do not let this happen here because we have to come to you guys, if we stay on this track."

Hogg also addressed the IRS, saying if you're looking at Facebook, why are not you auditing the president of the United States who probably received $ 30 million from Russia through the NRA? & # 39;

Fahrenheit 11/9 is a reference to the date on which President Trump was elected.

It will feature images of Michael using contaminated water from Flint, Michigan to pass through the state governor's entrance and will also feature Roger Stone, Alejandría Ocasio-Cortez, Emma González and more.

It will also include a previous 1998 interview in which Roseanne Barr interviews Trump and Moore.

In the previous interview, Trump believes he hopes it will never be the goal of a Moore film production.

Prepared for the air on September 21 in cinemas have had excellent reviews in screenings so far

Prepared for the air on September 21 in cinemas have had excellent reviews in screenings so far

Prepared for the air on September 21 in cinemas have had excellent reviews in screenings so far

The project will be released to theaters later this month.

Moore's documentary will focus on Trump's electoral victory and the consequences of that.

Images of neo-Nazi events will be juxtaposed with videos of Trump rallies, among other things.

When asked why he wanted to take on this project, Moore explained to the Huffington Post in August: "Donald Trump is an evil genius.

"He has no intention of leaving the White House." Every time he hears that another country has a president for life, he is encouraged and thinks: "I like the sound of that!". And he has an obedient political party that keeps every seat of power supporting him. "

The filmmaker added: "American journalism schools have not trained students on how to cover an authoritarian leader, our media has no idea what it is against, they are being run over by a tyrant because Trump understands the media and understands the country where he lives longer than those who cover him.

& # 39; That puts us all in grave danger. If nothing else, I hope this film exposes that grave danger and shows people the way out. "

Michael told HuffPost that he expects Fahrenheit 11/9 to be as successful as Fahrenheit 9/11, which targeted President George W. Bush.

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