Michael Moore cut off anti-gun activist David Hogg at a film premiere after he said Canadians might have to begin interfering in U.S. elections should Democrats not retake Congress in November.
Both Moore and Hogg took the stage for a Q&A session following a screening of the anti-Trump polemic “Fahrenheit 11/9” at the Toronto Film Festival.
Before taking questions, Moore first let Hogg pump the audience up about what’s on the line in the upcoming midterm elections.
“I have a question for you guys,” Hogg said. “Who’s ready to save America?”
Hogg then proceeds with a polemic about felony voter rights before urging the audience to vote.
Moore then shakes his head.
Shortly after, Hogg tells his audience to “learn from us.”
“Don’t let this happen here because we need to come to you guys if we stay on this track,” Hogg continues, implying Democrats will need Canadian voters if they are unable to win Congress back.
Moore then takes the mic back from Hogg before later saying, “So, no, they can’t give us money.”