CNN discourages viewers from watching anti-pedophile movie, Sound of Freedom

CNN says the film was created out of a "moral panic" and "QAnon concepts."

In a clip from CNN, network host Abby Phillip brought on an author named Mike Rothschild to talk about the new and popular anti-child sex trafficking film, Sound of Freedom. Rothschild charged the film is created out of a "moral panic" and "QAnon concepts."

Sound of Freedom is based on the adventures of Tim Ballard, who started an organization known as Operation Underground Railroad (OUR). OUR's mission is to save children from human trafficking. 

Rothschild wrote a book titled, "The Storm is Upon Us," which details many QAnon conspiracy theories such as the idea that the Democratic Party elites are part of a cabal of Satanic worshippers that drink the blood of children. 

Rothschild targeted said the film is "being marketed to either specific QAnon believers or to people who believe all of the same tenets as QAnon, but claim they don't know what it is."

Phillip then added that the theme is a "kernel of truth that feeds the QAnon conspiracy theory."

CNN has had its own problems with employees being involved in child sex crimes. One former producer at the network, John Griffin, was sentenced to 19 years in prison. Griggin coerced a woman online to bring her nine-year-old daughter to Vermont to engage in illicit acts. 

The CNN interview shifted to Rothschild focusing on the attitudes of people who will watch the film. 

He said people going to see the film are attracted to it in a way that is "participatory." As if they feel that "only people like Tim Ballard and only people like Jim Caviezel, and by extension, only people like the ticket buyer can help bring these trafficking rings down."

Rothschild said people feel as if they are "helping [to] bring down these pedophile rings and save children" when they see the movie, and that feeling is "comforting" but "not true."

The story depicted in the film is of Ballard, played by Caviezel, rescuing children. After much strife with working in the US government, he bumps up against bureaucracy in his position as an agent. He had to quit his job to rescue the kids in the film and did so in reality as well.  

This was the beginning of OUR as a non-government organization. The movie focuses on Ballard's mission to save the two children and reunite a family torn apart by child sex trafficking. 

At the end of the movie, Caviezel appears on screen with a special message to share and urges people to "pay it forward" and donate to allow others to see the film.

Caviezel says, "Steve Jobs once said, 'The most powerful person in the world is the storyteller.' Abraham Lincoln credited Harriet Stowe when she wrote Uncle Tom's Cabin. This powerful story inspired millions to rise up and fight against slavery. I think we can make Sound of Freedom the Uncle Tom's Cabin of modern-day slavery."

"Sound of Freedom is a hero's tale, but I'm not talking about the character I play. It's the heroic brother and sister in this film that work to save each other." 

Caviezel added, "Together, we have a chance to make these two kids, and the countless children that they represent, the most powerful people in the world by telling their story in a way only the cinema can do."
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The finished film was kept under wraps by Disney for 5 YEARS, and it was written well before being filmed. It is based on the true story of a brother and sister who were trafficked and finally rescued by Tim Ballard. Insinuating that this is QANON is simply ridiculous. (BTW, does anybody actually know anybody in or related to QANON, anyway?)


This has me fuming! My husband and sister went to see this movie today and it was absolutely fantastic! WE were still choking up 6 hours later! Why is CNN supporting pedophiles for? Oh i really know.. also, why is our border wide open? I know that too.. why does the White House resident sniffing little kids who makes them VISIBLY uncomfortable? I think i know why too.

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