Rothschild Begs Americans To NOT SEE Huge Hit Sound of Freedom Movie


CNN recently held a segment trashing the new movie Sound of Freedom.

On Friday night CNN brought in journalist Mike Rothschild in an attempt to stop people from watching the new movie Sound of Freedom.

Rothschild told viewers the new movie is made from “QAnon concepts” and “moral panic”.

It appears CNN and Rothschild don’t want the general public to be informed about the sadistic crimes being committed against children everyday.

Watch it here:

Why is CNN and a Rothschild trying to stop people from watching an anti-pedophile movie?

Here’s what the Post Millennial reported:

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.”

Here’s what News Busters reported:

CNN Tonight host Abby Phillip decided to do something different for Friday’s show by doing a movie review. Specifically, Sound of Freedom starring Jim Caviezel who stars as Tim Ballard, a real-life former DHS agent who works to bust child sex trafficking rings. For Phillip and The Storm is Upon Us author Mike Rothschild, the film focuses on a real issue, but is nevertheless a “moral panic” and a plot to get QAnon conspiracy theorists to feel good about themselves.

After noting the film is battling Indiana Jones “for the top spot at the box office,” Phillip also noted “the film and its star are raising eyebrows among critics. Some say that it bends the truth about child exploitation, and it caters to QAnon conspiracy theorists. Its distributor, Angel Studios, denies those accusations. Jim Caviezel, the star of the film, is also known for openly embracing QAnon theories.”

After introducing Rothschild, Phillip led him with more of a statement than a question, “the star of this film, Jim Caviezel is coming under a lot of scrutiny for his embrace of QAnon conspiracy theories. And you seem pretty familiar with him because he doesn’t really hide his association with this real wild plot that involves, you know, drinking the blood of children and things like that.”

Rothschild elaborated on that idea, “he is openly embracing and he’s openly using its catchphrases and its concepts. He’s speaking at QAnon conventions. And this 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.”


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