By Movement Films, Special for USDR
Movement Films based in Maine today released their documentary titled “SWITCHERS”. The film tells the story of former Democrats switching parties to vote for Donald Trump. The films is about their struggles, their pain and their vision for America.
“I am very proud of the work we put into this film. This film is about pain and struggle. It is a story of the forgotten fighting back. I am very proud of our entire team,” Barry Bennett said.
Bennett who served as Campaign Manager to Dr. Ben Carson and then was a Senior Advisor to the Trump Campaign. He separated from he campaign in J une.
“I wanted to tell the story of what is happening across America but in their words not mine. The folks that appear in the film are the forgotten heroes. Washington cares very little for them,” Bennett said.
Actor Stephen Baldwin narrates the film. Stephen is a Conservative. His liberal brother Alec Baldwin is a strong supporter of Hillary Clinton’s and is best known for playing Donald Trump on Saturday Night Live this fall.
“This films speaks for itself. If you don’t understand what is going on in America today, watch it. This is all from their hearts. This is their struggle. Donald Trump is their hope,” Bennett added.
Barry Bennett produced the highly acclaimed When Mitt Romney Came to Town in 2012. Bennett is a GOP political strategist and film maker. This film was Directed by Jason Killian Meath. Meath also teamed up with Bennett in 2012 on the Romney Film.
About “The Movement”
The Movement has been launched on Facebook and through a dedicated website (www.themovement.news) in September 2016. In a short period of time, the platform managed to reach 11 million people in the USA.
The Movement news coverage focuses on covering core issues that are of utmost importance to the American people, including education, economy, healthcare, immigration, and others.
The platform functions as a news aggregation service which compiles the most pressing stories and offers daily video-brief reports.
SOURCE Movement Films
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