by Scoobie Davis
The Most Important Recent Film You’ve Never Heard Of—See it.
On Friday, I mentioned that I might see the highly-acclaimed film City of God; I didn’t but I will soon because I have heard nothing but good things about it. Over the weekend, I did see a film that I consider one of the most important films in recent history. It’s the documentary film Unprecedented:The 2000 Presidential Election. Unprecedented examines the aftermath in Florida after the 2000 Presidential election. Long-time readers of this site won’t find anything surprising in the film. However, most Americans don’t know about the thousands of mostly African-American voters whose voting rights were taken away in the phony felony purge by Katherine Harris and Jeb Bush; I can think of no other way to honor Dr. King than to buy the video. This is a great film that will infuriate anyone who cares about American democracy. This documentary film tears the cover off of the stolen election of 2000 and the despicable actions of George W. Bush and his cronies. One final note: on Friday, I wrote about how the Christian publisher Thomas Nelson received its thirty pieces of silver for aligning itself with the odious Joseph Farah and his WorldNetDaily to publish Michael Savage’s racist and barely coherent book. One other reason to disdain Thomas Nelson is that Katherine Harris’ whitewashed memoirs also came from the bowels of the Thomas Nelson/WorldNetDaily unholy alliance. Buy Unprecedented: here is purchasing information.