On the run-up to the election, Michael Moore was one of the few public figures who correctly predicted that Trump would win the election.
More to the point, Moore pointed out Trump's methodology for victory and sure enough, that's exactly what happened. You'd have to wonder how a middle-aged filmmaker managed to out-think the likes of Nate Silver and dozens of other pollsters, but here we are - living in the awful reality that a fat, corrupt hustler with spray-tan is now the leader of the free world.
In a recent interview at the Tribeca Film Festival, Moore was asked when he thought Trump's impeachment might occur - if it'll occur at all. Moore thankfully explained that it would happen, but that it won't be anytime soon. "I would say some time in the middle of his second term," said Moore.
Moore went on with more ominous warning, stating that it's only a matter of time before America gets its own version of the Reichstag Fire. "When that happens, I really encourage people to not get on board the fear train, the terrorist train, the war train, whatever Trump will do. There will more than likely be some kind of terrorist act in this country. I fear that he will use that to such an awful extent. We have to fight that when it happens and not be afraid to fight it."
Let's hope Moore is wrong, but he hasn't been so far.