Michael Moore down with pneumonia
Michael Moore, famous American documentary filmmaker, screenwriter, author, journalist and the maker of Fahrenheit 9/11 and Bowling for Columbine is...
Michael Moore, famous American documentary filmmaker, screenwriter, author, journalist and the maker of Fahrenheit 9/11 and Bowling for Columbine is in the Intensive care Unit taking treatment for pneumonia since last one week. He updated on his health status through Facebook when he was admitted last Sunday.
His Facebook status read, “I'm writing this to all of you today (Thursday) from the Intensive Care Unit at a hospital in New York City. Unfortunately, I've come down with pneumonia. Between running all over the place lately promoting my new movie ('Where To Invade Next), plus going to Flint to help the people of my hometown, plus jumping in to support Senator Sanders, plus doing a dozen other things.” He also added, “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 cancelled."
He wanted the help of his fans to help him promote his upcoming movie “Where To Invade Next”. He has decided on helping the Democrat party nominee Bernie Sanders with his election work for President of the US. He also protested against the contamination of water because of toxic waste.