‘Hope and The Change’ Movie to Air on Broadcast, Cable TV

Sean Hannity stated “The Hope and the Change” was the “most powerful documentary” he had “ever seen,” and the movie could only be produced because of the Supreme  Court decision that did not place limits on political speech.

The movie is about Democrats and independents who voted for President Barack Obama  in 2008 and will not do so in 2012, will air on a dozen television stations this  fall leading up to the presidential election.

Citizens United produced the film and has struck a deal to begin airing the  movie on six broadcast stations and six cable stations beginning Tuesday on  HDNet and through November’s presidential election. It will reach 130 million  households and air on broadcast stations in Indiana, Louisiana, Oklahoma,  Hawaii, and Colorado. The movie will air on cable channels such as FamilyNet,  Rural TV, and HDNet movies.

“It is important to note that these distribution opportunities would have been against the law a mere three years ago. This is why I went to the United States Supreme Court – to fight for the right to produce a political documentary,” said Producer David N. Bossie. “’The Hope and The Change exposes the hard truth that many Democrats and independents are suffering at the hands of President Obama’s failed policies, and we will aggressively market this film so Americans can finally have an unfiltered conversation they deserve.”

“The power of the film comes from the collective unscripted and unrehearsed voices of the participants – ordinary Americans from every walk of life – who broke through the white noise of political speak,” Director Bannon said.

Pat Caddell, the former Jimmy Carter adviser who helped conduct the film’s focus groups of Reagan Democrats from swing states like Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Colorado, said “this documentary gives real voice to ordinary Americans, Democrats and independents, who are, until now, unheard and ignored by the political class and mainstream media.”

“The power of these 2008 Obama voters comes from the fact that they were unscripted and spoke from their hearts,” Caddell said. Source: breitbart 



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