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MOVIE NIGHT – “Let My People Go”

March 23 @ 1:00 pm 3:30 pm


“Let My People Go” presents a narrative of America’s alleged enslavement through two primary themes. The first is the supposed use of proprietary “black box machines” and rigged election software by the deep state, impacting voter perception and election outcomes. The second narrative focuses on the aftermath of the November 3rd election, highlighting the plight of protesters who are currently imprisoned.

The film has undergone surprise audience test screenings, receiving rave reviews. Tom Wigand, one of the test screeners, compared the documentary’s impact to that of “The Sound of Freedom,” emphasizing its high production quality and its potential to convince audiences about the alleged fraudulence of the current election systems.

The documentary aims to challenge the mainstream narrative around election security and the events of January 6th. It includes interviews with families affected by the FBI’s response to the Capitol riot and features insights from election experts. The film concludes with a vision to restore election integrity and free the political prisoners of January 6th.

QUESTIONS: Contact Sue Willis 509-475-0514


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