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THE GREAT ONE: Where Were Democrats at the 'Sound of Freedom' Screening?!

posted by Hannity Staff - 7.27.23

Fox News host and New York Times best-selling author Mark Levin unloaded on Democrats for failing to turn out to support a screening of the hit anti-child trafficking film Sound of Freedom that was held for members of Congress; “Why aren’t more Democrats here?” Levin asked at the screening.

“It’s heart-wrenching to see what goes on with these kids and the fact that there’s so little attention on it is really unbelievable and it also shows what goes on with open borders when the cartels, the kidnappers, the sex traffickers, they control that border,” Levin said after the screening.

“Tens of thousands of kids are disappearing and HHS can’t keep track of it. Biden can’t keep track of it. It’s very appalling and why aren’t more Democrats here? I think you should ask them that,” he added.

Levin said that Democrats and the Biden Administration are “utterly lawless” when it comes to the border.

“Why would they show up here? To some extent, we’re seeing the consequences of what they’re failing to do,” he said. “I mean, the people taking advantage of the open border are the drug cartels.”

From Just The News:

Following the event, McCarthy said the screening was “fabulous.” He was asked why he chose “Sound of Freedom” for the second movie night with members of Congress.

“What a powerful movie,” McCarthy told Just the News. “You just see human trafficking, these young kids who are in slavery; somebody has to stand up and do something about it. I think this just tells such a powerful story.”

McCarthy wrote on Twitter that he started hosting bipartisan movie nights to “improve the culture in Congress.”

He also described “Sound of Freedom” as a “call to action to combat child trafficking wherever the evil exists.”

Sound of Freedom is a certified hit, making more than $125 million at the box office, beating out many summer blockbusters like Indiana Jones and Mission Impossible.

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