Groomers Hate ‘Sound of Freedom’
The media outcry over the successful film leaves one to wonder why else they would be so upset.
The newest front in the Left’s sexual revolution is children. The groomers want to recruit your children into the rainbow community, including by “transitioning” them before they’re even allowed to walk to a neighborhood playground by themselves. Next they’ll be arguing for the rights of “minor-attracted people” — a.k.a. pedophiles. Indeed, that’s already begun.
So perhaps it’s no surprise that the Leftmedia knives are out for the new movie “Sound of Freedom,” which our Emmy Griffin reviewed last week, noting the good news of its surprise popularity at the box office.
In short, Jim Caviezel plays Tim Ballard, a real-life man who quit his job as a Homeland Security agent so he could work full-time via his organization Operation Underground Railroad rescuing children from human trafficking. Back in 2014, when everyone agreed trafficking was bad, CBS profiled Ballard and his work. Recounting how Ballard and his team freed a dozen kids here and scores more there, CBS called it “Liberation, one child at a time.”
Now that the Rainbow Mafia controls the media narrative, however, we’re getting a different version of Ballard’s story and the movie about him.
At best, media pontificators roll their eyes at the exaggeration and dramatization of the story, as if Hollywood has never before turned a tale “based on a true story” into an overblown moral lesson. “Sound of Freedom” is a movie, not a documentary. This just in.
But the media haranguing didn’t stop with a moderate dose of realism or even skepticism. It proceeded to mockery and outright discrediting of the messengers.
Speaking of discredited messengers, Rolling Stone — the rag of rape hoax infamy — headlined “‘Sound Of Freedom’ Is a Superhero Movie for Dads With Brainworms.” The magazine joined numerous other outlets from CNN to The Washington Post to The Guardian in drawing a connection to QAnon, we suppose because one of the QAnon theories involved a sex ring run out of a DC pizzeria and because Caviezel and Ballard have made remarks decrying such things.
According to the International Justice Mission, a $150 billion industry enslaves 50 million people around the globe, more than at any point in human history. As far as the media sleuths are concerned, though, that’s just QAnon conspiracy theory.
Countless Hollywood and Leftmedia types hold utterly insane views that make QAnon seem perfectly normal by comparison, but they want you to be fully aware that they’re deeply concerned with Caviezel and Ballard.
“They just like to throw the word out, ‘QAnon,’” Ballard said. “They make zero connection to the actual story.”
The Guardian also scoffs, “Sound of Freedom pretends to be a real movie, like a ‘pregnancy crisis center’ masquerading as a bona fide health clinic.” Taking care of moms and babies during crisis is absolutely healthcare, unlike killing one of the two people who enter an abortion clinic. The high-minded media folks just want women to abort the kids, not dramatize saving them from sex slavery.
Part of the story of “Sound of Freedom” is that it was filmed five years ago and then no studio would distribute it until Angel Studios came along. A few years ago, Netflix released “Cuties,” a film that actually sexualized children in order to supposedly fight against their exploitation. Yet Netflix wanted nothing to do with “Sound of Freedom.” Neither did Disney, which you may recall thanked the ChiComs for allowing filming of “Mulan” in the same district where slaves endure forced labor.
On a final note, it seems that Joe Biden’s Department of Social Justice edited its page on child sex trafficking. A lot of material that was on that site during the Trump administration has been cut — notably the entire section titled “Domestic Sex Trafficking of Minors.” See for yourself: Compare Trump’s page and Biden’s page.
Why was this change made? Is sex trafficking in America just QAnon? Is the DOJ too busy tracking down the 17 remaining “white supremacists” in the country to bother with exploited children?
One of the disappeared sections says that traffickers “use physical, emotional, and psychological abuse to keep the child trapped in a life of prostitution,” and “victims are heavily conditioned to remain loyal to the trafficker.” Which sounds an awful lot like what the rainbow groomers do. Just sayin’.
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