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July 09, 2023
As corporate media lashes out at anti-child trafficking film "Sound of Freedom," UFC's Dana White calls on fans to see it
You had to know a disgusting corporate media was going to lash out at the anti-child trafficking film "Sound of Freedom." After all, it is Christian-made and toppled the left's latest attempt to get woke and go broke. However, the extent of what appears to be a coordinated effort tied into the Left's obsession with Qanon has caused journalismers to be pro-child trafficking and pro-pedo. Don't look at me. The Left and the media (but I repeat myself) are the ones who make the rules.
The film tells the story of Tim Ballard, former Homeland Security agent and founder of Operation Underground Railroad. It's based on a true story. It's not political. It's about saving children. In theory, one would think it's a movie that could unite people. Or, at the very least, not compel people to publically attack it. Yet, here we are.
As The Post Millennial points out, while WaPo and Rolling Stone were quick to dismiss a movie about the horrors of child trafficking as being based on conspiracy theories, they LOVED themselves some Cuties. Cuties is a 2020 Netlifx documentary about twerking pre-teens that was a clear case of sexualizing children, yet was praised by the Left as "social commentary."
It was "award-winning" much in the same way certain sexually explicit books the Left wants taught to children are "award-winning."
Opposite of all this, UFC president Dana White was so moved by the movie he is encouraging everyone to go see it, and has even bought tickets for all of his employees.
"[Trafficking of children] is a disgusting, horrific issue happening all around the world. And it's not getting better, it's getting worse. I'm going to give any of my UFC employees that want to go see this movie free tickets to go see it. And I would like to encourage other executives to do the same at their company."
“Sound of Freedom” has a genuine core of righteousness that most call-to-action films do not. This is a dramatic film, but it takes pains to show that real children need help now. And it does all this while giving us more of a heartfelt story than Hollywood has in years.