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Unfortunately, the Coordinated Fake Outrage Campaigns Work All Too Well
I finally saw Sound of Freedom this weekend. I didn’t find a single remotely political reference of any kind, much less one that attacks specific politicians or celebrities. It’s similiar to Jason Aldean’s Try That in a Small Town in that Americans who listened to it the first 2+ months it was out didn’t find anything remotely controverial or racist. What does that tell you? What changed the past few weeks?
Everyone should know by now the Rotten Tomatoes score on the left is dominated by liberally-slanted snobs, while the score on the right accurately reflects how the film was received by Americans. Interestingly, when I first looked at the Rotten Tomatoes page for Sound of Freedom a little over a week ago, even the critics gave it a score in the mid-80s. As I mentioned, it’s near impossible to find a political reference in the movie. But then the leftists were told they were supposed to hate the the film. Just like that, the critics score fell 10-15 points, which based on the small number of reviews means about 100% of critics’ votes in the past week have been negative. 🙄
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