Susan Sarandon: "We know we're under surveillance..."
Academy Award winning actress and left-wing activist, Susan Sarandon, has made some interesting claims during a Sunday Q&A session at the Tribeca Film Festival.
During the session, Sarandon and documentary filmmaker, Michael Moore, were asked whether or not they believed the government has them under surveillance.
"We know we're under surveillance," Sarandon, 65, said according to the Daily Mail. "I’ve had my phone tapped." She added, "I was denied a security clearance to go to the White House and I don’t know why."
Moore, director of the 2004 documentary Fahrenheit 9/11 added that he was the target of a “disinformation campaign”.
"I was told this by some people in the Bush administration," he claimed "They went bonkers when 'Fahrenheit' came out and thought it would throw the election to Kerry."
Sarandon has been a liberal activist since the 1980s and in 2002 protested against the invasion in Iraq.
She also had to make a public apology to Pope Benedict XVI in October of 2011 after referring to him as a “Nazi.”