MSNBC town hall featuring Michael Moore taped in Flint

Cable network MSNBC was in Flint Tuesday afternoon, to tape a special town hall featuring filmmaker and Flint native Michael Moore. (Photo: WEYI/WSMH)

FLINT, Mich. - Cable network MSNBC was in Flint Tuesday afternoon, to tape a special town hall featuring filmmaker and Flint native Michael Moore.

The town hall for “All In with Chris Hayes” was filmed at Factory Two in Flint.

The taping comes a day after Moore premiered his new film "Fahrenheit 11-9", which focuses on Trump's presidency, as well as the Flint water crisis.


Moore says because of the crisis, the people of Flint have lost trust in their government.

"If you're trying to figure out who to bet on, I would bet on the people of Flint. They're not gonna allow this town to become the first ghost town of the 21st century and they are going to work hard to see that justice is done regarding this governor, But most importantly and most urgently is they've got to have clean water available to them."

The town hall airs Wednesday night on MSNBC at 8 p.m.

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