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(LifeSiteNews) — Former President Donald Trump hosted the men behind “Sound of Freedom” — the landmark movie that has pulled back the curtain on the global child sex-trafficking industry — at a private screening of the movie at his New Jersey golf resort.

“President Trump sits front row center watching ‘Sound of Freedom.’ Jim Caviezel on one side, Tim Ballard on the other,” Jack Posobiec tweeted.

Posobiec added that the former president “hasn’t moved an inch since the film began,” presumably indicating Trump’s great interest in the film’s message.

“That was a great movie. And now I understand why it is doing so well,” Trump said after the screening. “It’s an incredible inspiration.”

“Jim, that was unbelievable,” said Trump, addressing the film’s star, Jim Caviezal.  “What a job!”

Trump then addressed the film’s producer, Eduardo Verástegui, as “El Presidente,” a reference to Verástegui’s possible candidacy in Mexico’s upcoming presidential election.

“It’s a possibility,” Trump said. “You made this the hottest movie anywhere in the world.”

“And Tim, what a job you did,” Trump said to Tim Ballard. Ballard quit his job a decade ago in order to rescue thousands of innocent children trapped in the horrific underworld of child sex-trafficking, described by him as “the fastest growing criminal enterprise in the world.”

Afterward, Caviezel took to social media and said:

President Trump is going to save Children the likes of which you have never seen! You might even say he is the new Moses telling Pharaoh (World Cabal) to let the children Go Free!

He then added, tongue-in-cheek:

Mr. President …. You are The “New” Moses!… but I’m still Jesus 😉 +++

Verástegui said that he spoke with the former president about the “serious problem of child trafficking for sexual exploitation.”

“After watching the film ‘Sound of Freedom’ and knowing that the United States is the largest consumer of sex with children and Mexico its largest supplier, I am still very interested in reaching bilateral agreements to protect Mexican children,” said Verástegui, adding, “because the children of Mexico and the children of God are not for sale.”

Despite roadblocks, Sound of Freedom’s message is rapidly spreading

The popularity of this important movie has humiliated the studios — including Disney —  who refused to distribute the film, which was completed in 2018 on the grounds that no one would want to see it, as well as the secular critics who since its opening have attempted to smear the movie as a “QAnon conspiracy.”

As of Sunday, “Sound of Freedom” has sold more than 10 million tickets and grossed a remarkable $125 million, less than three weeks from its July 4th opening.

Amazingly, attendance at the film has continued to grow since its opening rather than trailing off as most movies do.

“SOUND of FREEDOM is continuing its unbelievable ride,” said Brandon Purdie, head of theatrical distribution at Angel Studios. “Word continues to spread, and crowds are continuing to show up, which is how this film ended up doing more business in its third weekend than its first.”

“Twenty-five percent of all voters have either seen the movie or know someone who has,” reported Scott Rasmussen, president of RMG Research.

“Among those who have seen it, 76% give a favorable review, just 13% unfavorable,” Rasmussen said. “Sixty percent have a VERY favorable opinion. Only 1% very unfavorable.”

“Pretty dramatic spread!” he added.

Joe Biden has ‘created the largest child trafficking ring in U.S. history’

As the truth about the deranged child-sex trafficking industry is being brought to light by the film, Republican U.S. senators have used the opportunity to shine a bright light on the open borders policies of the Biden administration that they say facilitates child trafficking.

“Over 85,000,” Senate Republicans tweeted. “That’s how many children are missing under Joe Biden.”

“He has created the largest child trafficking ring in U.S. history.”

“Stop the humanitarian crisis. Secure the border,” demanded the GOP legislators a few days later.

“It’s a conveyor belt of children being forced through the system,” Missouri Senator Josh Hawley said at a Senate hearing of the current administration’s policies.

“They go to factories, they go to slave labor,” Hawley said. “I’ve asked the FBI ‘Where are the 80,000-plus children this administration has lost?’

“They don’t know!” he exclaimed.

“Let me be clear: Even one child in the custody of human traffickers is horrific and wrong,” fellow Republican Senator Ted Cruz of Texas said.

The Biden administration has “incentivized the use of children in illegal immigration,” averred Senator Lindsey Graham, and “nothing will change until we change our policy.”