A movie set to be released in September features liberals hunting supporters of President Donald J. Trump for sport. Really.
“Did anyone see what our ratfucker-in-chief just did?” one character asks in The Hunt, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
“At least The Hunt’s coming up. Nothing better than going out to the Manor and slaughtering a dozen deplorables,” another character responds.
In the wake of two mass shootings over the weekend, The Hollywood reporter said that the filmmakers have pulled some of their advertisements.
“Over the Aug. 3 weekend, ESPN pulled an ad for the film that it had previously cleared, while AMC ran the spot during the season premiere of its drama The Preacher,” the report said. “It’s unclear whether the ads were identical, but the one yanked by ESPN opened with a sound resembling an emergency broadcast signal. A rep for ESPN parent Disney declined to comment on the move, but an ESPN source says no spots for the film will appear on the network in the coming weeks.”
The plot of the film “follows a dozen MAGA types who wake up in a clearing and realize they are being stalked for sport by elite liberals,” according to the report.
The political left is getting out of control in fomenting violence against Trump supports. Just this morning, LauraLoomer.us reported on flyers that appeared on Long Island advocating for Trump supporters to be thrown into death camps.
“Death camps for Trump supporters now!!!” the flyers said.
Meanwhile, many in the GOP establishment, which claims to support gun rights, are capitulating the the political left on gun rights issues, siding with liberals in calling for the implementation of “Red Flag” laws.
Peter D'Abrosca is a freelance investigative reporter, author, and conservative political commentator.
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