Dec 25, 2022 • 14M

Blue Dots in a Red Sea (Ep. 1)

Our Next “Impossible” Blue Tsunami Task: How to Win When You’re Blue in a Red State (12 mini podcast episodes for the next 12 days!)

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Michael Moore
Academy Award-winning filmmaker and political provocateur Michael Moore offers his subversive and humorous take on the issues of the day and talks to a wide range of people from comedians and politicians to the people who’ve tried to kill him. Plus various mischief with Mike’s friends, family and the neighbors who don’t work for the NSA.
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You and I and millions of others in our Blue Tsunami this fall stopped the predicted red wave — and now what’s left of the Republicans finds them in complete discombobulation. And the January 6th final report is every bit as damning as we thought it would be. 

Now it’s time to take on the next job the pundits will proclaim we will have no chance at accomplishing: Start turning some red states and counties BLUE! I say it can be done — I’ve done it personally! — and there are so many examples of flipping red to blue in last month’s midterms that we must keep this momentum going!

In this podcast series between now and January 6th, I will show you practical strategies that will keep the Republicans off guard and unaware that we are in the process of pulling the literal rug right out from under them in the 2024 election. If you live in a red area — or have family or friends who do — you won’t want to miss this blueprint I’m laying out for us to win and bring an end to most of the right wing madness.

Please listen and share with others! No one will see this coming! More fun! More Blue!

Thanks all and happy holidays!!


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Music in this episode:

Blue Christmas” — Elvis Presley


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