“Sound of Freedom” will be shown to Congress on Tuesday, the movie’s producer Eduardo Verástegui has confirmed.
Verástegui made the announcement Friday on Steve Bannon’s War Room podcast.
The ‘Sound of Freedom’ producer said he hopes both Democrat and Republican members of Congress attend this screening.
“I hope this movie will touch their hearts,” he also said.
The movie hit $100 million at the box office despite little to no marketing and constant left-wing media smears that it is nothing more than a far-right “QAnon” dog whistle.
President Donald Trump held a screening of the movie Wednesday at Bedminster, New Jersey, where Tim Ballard, and Jim Caviezel, who starred in the film, Verástegui made an appearance.
On Thursday, The Daily Fetched reported that Google-owned video-sharing giant YouTube began removing content featuring or merely reviewing the movie Sound Of Freedom for ‘violating community guidelines.’
The censorship of the anti-child trafficking movie has been laid bare for all to see.
Former Navy SEAL and CIA Contractor Shawn Ryan posted a series of screenshots from their YouTube account dashboard showing a 2-and-a-half-minute preview video of an upcoming interview with The Sound of Freedom star Jim Caviezel was removed.
YouTube also stated that content titled ‘Actor Jim Caviezel Unveils Dark Truths Behind The Trafficking Of Children’ was not ‘eligible’ for monetization.
CNN accused the creators of the child trafficking film “Sound of Freedom” of “catering to conspiracy theorists” after its massive success at the box office.
Despite the film being based on a true story of child sex trafficking, the leftist media are still hellbent on smearing the movie and its star, Jim Caviezel, as “QAnon” conspiracy theories.
Liberal outlets like the Guardian and Rolling Stone jumped to smear the film as a “far right” conspiracy film.
Notably, outlets like CNN attacking Sound of Freedom are the same ones who defended the film “Cuties,” which sexualized children.