Military Times, NPR, The Guardian, The Washington Post and CNN attempted to taint the movie, but an email from the U.S. military encouraged personnel and their families to see the film in nearby theaters.
As the movie exposing the global child-sex trafficking industry continues to surge in theaters across the country, Senate Republicans have accused President Joe Biden as having ‘created the largest child trafficking ring in U.S. history;’ a ‘conveyor belt of children.’
The popularity of this important movie, which has pulled back the curtain on the global child-sex trafficking industry, has humiliated the studios who refused to distribute the film on the grounds that no one would want to see it and the secular critics who since its opening have attempted to smear the movie as a QAnon conspiracy.
‘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. Seeing this film has become a must thanks to incredible word-of-mouth,' said Brandon Purdie, head of theatrical distribution at Angel Studios.