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(LifeSiteNews) — Despite relentless, desperate attempts by secular media to prevent the public from seeing Sound of Freedom, the movie has already earned more than $40 million in ticket sales  nearly three times its cost to produce  and is projected to finish out the weekend in third place.  

Since its spectacular Fourth of July opening, ticket sales have soared. As of Monday morning, almost 4 million advance tickets have been sold online as the movie-going public is awakening to the depraved multi-billion dollar child sex-trafficking industry, of which the United States is its largest consumer. 

“As with our July 4th numbers, today’s numbers exceed our expectations, and we’re going to continue this momentum,” said Brandon Purdie, head of theatrical distribution at Angel Studios.

The movie is based upon the true story of former government agent Tim Ballard who quit his job to rescue a little girl from sex traffickers in the Colombian jungle. In the process, Tim ended up saving 123 people, 55 of whom were children, from one mission alone. 

Since then, Ballard and his organization, Operation Underground Railroad, have rescued thousands of children. 

Sound of Freedom has taken on a life of its own. We’re getting messages from all over the country telling us about packed theaters, sold-out theaters, and spontaneous standing ovations for the film in numerous locations,” said Purdie.  “Seeing this film has become a must thanks to incredible word-of-mouth.” 

In what appears to be a panicked reaction to the film’s success, secular media has done everything in its power to keep the public from seeing it.  Both The Guardian and The Washington Post attempted to taint the movie by suggesting a link to the QAnon movement.

CNN likewise aired a QAnon-based review of the movie in a desperate attempt to ward people away from educating themselves concerning the horrific child sex-trafficking industry. 

Attempts by mainstream news outlets to undermine the movie have been powerless to overcome the strong grassroots word of mouth recommendations in communities across the nation. 

Sound of Freedom enjoys an A+ rating from CinemaScore, and a 76/99 audience rating at Rotten Tomatoes, beating out Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny which received just 69/88 score.  

“We’re deeply grateful to AMC, Cinemark, Regal, and all our theater partners and their hard-working theater staff members for working with us to accommodate the surging demand for this film and having the courage to release Sound of Freedom during the busiest movie season of the year,” noted Angel Studios distribution executive Purdie.