I never thought I would see the day when major media outlets would be running covers to discredit A-list movie stars like Mel Gibson and Jim Caviezel for having the guts to produce a movie on the horrible worldwide trafficking of kids.
But here we are.
Rolling Stone Magazine, The Washington Post, CNN, and numerous others are smearing the movie The Sound of Freedom as a Q-Anon conspiracy theory. But what is certain is that millions of people have seen the film since it was released on July 4.
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It is outperforming the gutless Indiana Jones movie that destroyed an iconic Hollywood character in pursuit of woke justice with a girl boss running Harrison Ford all over the screen. It was so bad that it was ripped by every critic I could find and will leave Disney with a $150 million loss—nice job, everyone.
But I digress.
Let’s continue with The Sound of Freedom. The film paints a very dark and ugly picture of the world beyond the edge of the light where criminals, no, monsters, live and prey upon kids that are stolen and then sold over and over and over again.
I watched the movie in disbelief and horror—and I believe very little should be controversial. Human trafficking is real and should be condemned by everyone. But instead, it is the movie and the people in it that are being attacked.
Just think about that.
It is shocking that major media outlets are ignoring The Sound of Freedom and blasting the people who made a daring film—a true story, I might add, about real men who put their lives, their fortunes, and their freedom on the line to save kids in some of the most dangerous places in the world.
Remember—these are the same left-wing publications and networks that celebrated the sexualization of kids in the movie Cuties, that defend pornographic books in the libraries of elementary schools, and say parents should not have any say on what teachers tell kids about sex, sexuality, sexual behavior or anything involving these subjects.
They defend what is evil and attack anything that shines a spotlight into the darkness.
Anyone who would involve themselves with pedophilia, or try to change such words to Minor Attracted Person, should be sent to prison forever. Seriously, sexually abusing a child should be a mandatory life sentence—or worse.
I think everyone should see this movie. I think teenagers should see it for sure—so they understand the true nature of evil in this interconnected world. They should understand what real men will do to protect those that cannot protect themselves.
Makes you wonder why Jeffrey Epstein’s little black book has never been found.
I mean, we all know he was involved in peddling underage kids to the highest bidders. And now there are tens of thousands missing right here in the United States.