Michael Moore is urging Democrats to declare a state of 'National Emergency' until the FBI wraps up its investigation into unsubstantiated allegations that trump's campaign staff colluded with the Russian government.

In spite of what Moore says, Trump is not being investigated for espionage

The liberal activist and documentarian posted his call to action on Instagram Wednesday, stating: “For the first time in our history, the President of the United States and his staff are under investigation for espionage. This announcement, by the head of the Trump-friendly FBI, is a shock to our democracy.”

Moore added that Democratic leaders need to bring Washington to a halt by stonewalling every bill and confirmation hearing until the truth has been discovered about "potential felony suspect" Donald Trump.

"His presidency has no legitimacy until the FBI -- and an independent investigative committee -- discovers the truth," ranted the 62-year-old filmmaker.

Earlier this week FBI director James Comey stated that the agency is investigating possible links between the Russian government and Trump's campaign staff -- a far cry from the charges of "espionage" claimed by Moore -- but admitted that no evidence of collusion has thus far been discovered.

Moore's previous social media meltdowns

Michael Moore's unhinged social media posts since Trump's inauguration show just how divorced from reality some liberals are; in February, for instance, Moore posted a statement on Facebook demanding a "do-over" of the 2016 presidential election.

"It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out what was going on: TRUMP COLLUDING WITH THE RUSSIANS TO THROW THE ELECTION TO HIM. So this is what I want done NOW", ranted Moore, before issuing his nonsensical election re-do demand. "So-Called President Trump could save the country a lot of time, money and pain by stepping down tonight," Moore added.

Moore's February meltdown was inspired by a February 14 article by the New York Times, which claimed that Trump campaign aides had repeated contact with Russian intelligence leading up to the election. However, the same article also reported that U.S. intelligence officials "had seen no evidence of such cooperation" that would have impacted the outcome of the election.

In early February Moore also accused Republicans of "stealing" Obama's Supreme Court pick, and ordered senate Democrats to filibuster Neil Gorsuch's nomination.

So far, neither Democrats nor Republicans have yielded to any of the filmmaker's numerous and frequent "demands."