Michael Moore in Hospital: How Serious Is His Condition

New York, NY – Soon after social justice filmmaker, Michael Moore was admitted to a New York hospital last Sunday night, Moore made a statement on social media “things didn’t look good,”

Citing a busy schedule promoting his latest movie, Where to Invade Next, helping people in Flint, (#FlintWaterCrisis), supporting Bernie Sanders and “doing a dozen other things,” Moore posted on Facebook that he had come down with pneumonia.

Michael Moore Posts on Social Media While In Hospital

Moore said: “The truth is, I’ve actually been in the ICU since Sunday night. Let’s just say things didn’t look good Sunday night. But thanks to a combination of good doctors, decent hospital food and 2nd-term Obamacare, I’m doing much better the last couple of days — so much so that I’m being discharged later today. I’m to return home and rest for the coming days. All appearances for the rest of this week have been canceled.”

I'm writing this to all of you today (Thurs) from the Intensive Care Unit at a hospital in New York City. Unfortunately,…

Posted by Michael Moore on Friday, February 5, 2016

Michael Moore recently attended a rally in Flint, MI in response to the lead contamination of Flint’s water system, calling the situation ethnic cleansing.

Michael Moore is an American documentary filmmaker, screenwriter, author, journalist, actor, and left-wing political activist. Moore produced Roger & Me in which he attempts to track down General Motors CEO to demand answers as to why GM shut the doors on auto plants in Flint, putting 30,000 people out of work.

JD Sullivan

JD Sullivan is the Founder & Editor-in-Chief at Green Action News. He has a Bachelor's degree in Journalism/Mass Communication. JD is passionate about journalism & sustainable living.

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