Left-wing activist David Hogg made a fool out of himself in Canada late last week while joining leftist Michael Moore for the premiere of his anti-Trump propaganda film "Fahrenheit 11/9."
Appearing on stage with Moore at the Toronto International Film Festival, Hogg spoke to the Canadian crowd about saving America and turning their "shame" into "votes."
"I have a question for you guys: Who's ready to save America? Who's ready to make America the country we say it is on paper and make it the actual country that it wants to be?," Hogg asked the Canadian crowd. "I think the most important thing to realize, however, is the problems we face as a country, whether it be water in Flint, Michigan or the amount of mass incarceration of people of color that can't vote."
Hogg continued by suggesting that Canadians can donate money to political campaigns in the United States, which is a felony.
After making the embarrassing remarks, Moore took the microphone away from Hogg.
Nearly ten minutes later, Hogg was briefly allowed to speak again. He called out to the IRS, which he hoped was watching him speak, and asked them to investigate President Donald Trump for getting "$30 million from Russia via the NRA."
Hogg, who has a tenuous relationship with the truth, has repeatedly spread this lie which he seems to have come up with on his own:
The truth is the NRA allegedly received $2,500 from a few people with Russian addresses over the course of a couple of years. Even CNN reports that "it's not illegal for the NRA to accept contributions from foreign donors," unless it were to use that money for "electioneering purposes."