After retired Gen. Michael Flynn resigned as National Security Adviser on Monday night, backlash quickly followed as liberals demanded further action. On Tuesday night, filmmaker Michael Moore posted a blistering attack on the Donald Trump administration.

Moore on Flynn

Ever since he was tapped by President Donald Trump as the new National Security Adviser, a constant cloud of controversy has hovered over Michael Flynn. After the news broke that Flynn had been in illegal contact with Russian officials in an attempt to broker a deal to lift sanctions on the Kremlin, it was only a matter of time before action was taken.

Further reports found that Flynn had "misled" Trump and Vice President Mike Pence, which ended up being the straw that broke the camel's back on the issue in question. Over the last 24 hours, the White House has been in damage control, while many on the left have considered it a victory. As seen on his Facebook page on February 14, Michael Moore is speaking out.

"Stunning bombshell right now from the New York Times," Michael Moore wrote, before stating, "Trump campaign chair, campaign officials and Trump associates made repeated contacts and calls with Russian intelligence during the YEAR leading up to the election." Moore was citing a bombshell story from the New York Times that broke on Tuesday night and claimed Trump campaign officials had been in contact with Russia prior to the election.

During the rest of his post, Michael Moore posted a multiple-part plan of action on what steps to take moving forward. Moore went on to "demand that the weak and spineless Democrats bring Congress to a halt until investigative hearings are held and impeachment charges are filed." The filmmaker then called on Attorney General Jeff Sessions to appoint a prosecutor to investigate the findings of the aforementioned New York Times report.

Final call to action

Not stopping there, Michael Moore hit back hard at the commander in chief, stating, "So-Called President Trump could save the country a lot of time, money and pain by stepping down tonight." In his fourth, and final, bullet point, Moore said that the judicial system should "find a fair, peaceful way to un-do and then re-do the election of 2016."

As the pressure mounts on Donald Trump and his admission, his opposition is not letting their foot off the gas. While the president has only been in office for three weeks, it appears like it will be a long four years, or less if the left get their wish.