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The Sound of Transcending Hollywood

There's good buzz and ridiculous criticism surrounding the Sound of Freedom film which is currently playing at the Petoskey cinema and at the Lyric Theater in Harbor Springs. The movie is based on a real-life federal agent named Tim Ballard who worked for Homeland Security and quit his job to save a little girl from Colombian sex traffickers. It's a gritty, emotional, unsettling film, but Jim Caviezel, who plays the lead, is a very watchable hero.

To date, the movie, which was released on July 4th, has made more than $40 million at the box office.

Below is an interview that Tim (left) and Jim did about SoF. Of interest to 'responsible government' watchdogs are Tim's comments about our southern border. He warns that due to the wide-open border - blame the Biden/Harris train wreck of an administration for that - taxpayer dollars are being used to fund child sex slavery.

Quote: "Our taxpayer dollars are literally, for the first time in American history ... are going to facilitate the last leg of a child-trafficking event."

The discussion about unaccompanied migrant minors and the "economy of pedophilia" starts at the 14:50 mark. Hear it, and weep. But also thank God for the faith-driven folks associated with this creative project who have committed themselves to fighting the darkness and the evil. God's children, after all, are not for sale.


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Frank Hawthorne
Frank Hawthorne
11 ก.ค. 2566

Haven’t yet seen the film; but as to your (usual nonsensical & w/o fact) comment re the Biden Administration being a “train wreck,” it begs the question: Can today’s (once-sane) trumpers descend any deeper into self-delusion & imagined grievance?!?


11 ก.ค. 2566

We watched the movie and were heart -broken for those kids. May God raise up many Tim Ballards who won't stop until this evil is irradiated.

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