Political Snuff Film Having Trouble With U.S. Release

It appears that many mainstream movie theater chains don’t want any part of releasing “Death of a President,” the film that depicts the future assassination of George W. Bush and fictionalized subsequent events.

Here’s an interesting point of view from the founder of a company that will be distributing the film:

“Yes, it’s controversial,” Newmarket co-founder Chris Ball said. “It’s quite a compelling political thriller. In many ways it is sympathetic to George Bush.”

Sympathetic? See how far they’ve gone with this madness? Showing a fantasy about somebody getting shot to death is sympathetic. I guess to some people it’s like dreaming of killing of an incontenent dog to put it out of their misery. How compassionate.

Author: Doug Powers

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