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Rolling Stone ‘reporter’ shuts down after posting weird review of ‘Sound of Freedom’…

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When Rolling Stone isn’t busy with fake rape stories, they dish out rather questionable movie reviews that almost sound like a thinly veiled endorsement of child sexual abuse. That’s what happened with his latest review of the conservative hit movie “Sound of Freedom.” It’s truly mind boggling how so many liberals have taken the absurd position of dismissing “child sex trafficking” as a conspiracy theory, calling anyone who sheds light on it or wants to stop it a “Q-kook.” It really makes you wonder what kind of twisted moral compass these people follow.

A so-called Rolling Stone “reporter” actually subjected himself to sitting in a theater full of those “ignorant Q people” and saw the movie. His comments about the film and its premise are both puzzling and a little unsettling. Just to clarify, this is Miles Klee, the “reporter” who wrote the review.

Rolling Stone ‘reporter’ shuts down after posting weird review of ‘Sound of Freedom’…

And things don’t seem to be going well for Miles. He has now removed his photo and closed his Twitter account.

Miles begins his review by mocking the idea that children are actually molested and blaspheming Jesus Christ.

Rolling Stone:

“Based on a true story,” I heard from somewhere in the theater.

The familiar words had appeared on the screen and an elderly man had taken it upon himself to read them aloud to the rest of a sizeable audience seated for a morning screening of the anti-child-trafficking thriller Sound of Freedom, starring by Jim Caviezel. To the experienced viewer, this line is a joke (we know that cinema will stretch almost any “truth” to its breaking point) and the insincerity of this utterance is the basis of Fargo’s jokey opening titles. But this crowd, I could tell, would see the events played out over the next two hours as entirely literal.

Caviezel, best known for being tortured to death in Mel Gibson’s The Passion of the Christ, has become a prominent figure on the conspiratorial right, giving speeches and interviews in which he hints at an underground holy war between patriots and a sinister legion of evildoers who are harvesting the blood of children. It’s simple QAnon stuff, right down to their use of slogans like “The storm is upon us.” Here, he gets to enact some of that drama by playing a fictionalized version of Tim Ballard, head of the nonprofit Operation Underground Railroad (OUR), in a feature film that casts the operator as a savior in the batman style children sold in the sex trade.

Miles may be interested to know that, unfortunately, trafficking is very real, regardless of whether acknowledging it aligns with his political views.

Dordulian Group:

21 million victims worldwide are believed to be victims of forced labour. One in six endangered fugitives in the United States is likely to be a victim of sex trafficking. 20% of victims of human trafficking are children. Women forced into domestic servitude are often sexually exploited

Miles then puts on his own tinfoil hat and goes knee deep into his own conspiracy theory about how “Sound of Freedom” is a Q-Anon movie. Is this review based on ignorance or a cover-up, maybe a bit of both?

Ballard himself has dabbled in Q-adjacent conspiracy theories, such as the Wayfair traffic hoax, while his organization has far-right affinities and a long history of distorting its failed “attacks,” which are based on strange tactics like asking psychics where to find victims. for the rescue Ballard, Caviezel and others of their ilk had prepared the public to accept Sound of Freedom as a documentary rather than an illusion by fomenting moral panic for years over this wildly exaggerated “epidemic” of child sex trafficking, much of it ‘she leading people to conspiracy. rabbit holes and QAnon communities. In short, I was in the cinema with people who were there to see their worst fears confirmed.

In this part of the review, Miles ridicules these “dirty Q-kooks” for coughing in the theater. $100 says Miles wore a mask.

Sound of Freedom lives up to that anticipation. It’s a stomach-turning experience, fetishizing the torture of his child victims and lingering over the lush preludes of his sexual abuse. Sometimes I had the uneasy feeling that I might be arrested myself just for sitting there. However, the mostly white-haired audience around me could be relied upon to gasp, groan in pity, murmur condemnations, clap and shout “Amen!” in moments of righteous fury, as when Ballard declares that “God’s children are not for sale.” They were delighted by what they clearly took for a scorching exhibition. Not even an occasional bout of nasty coughing, and we had plenty of it, could break the spell.

In the final part of his review, Miles apparently shows sarcastic empathy towards the pedophile character who ultimately suffers a brutal fate. Yes, you are right on the brand, Miles. Well done.

Aside from its relentless messages, the film is hampered by an almost total absence of procedural logic. This original rescue is only possible because Ballard happens to be at exactly the right spot at a US-Mexico border station at the very moment his target tries to cross. Good luck! Earlier, Ballard convinces a jailed peddler of child pornography facing a 30-year sentence to help him contact traffickers in exchange for an immunity deal, unnecessarily posing as a pedophile to win I know the trust. When the man fulfills his end of the bargain, Ballard has a dozen police officers swarm the restaurant they’re in to…arrest him again? Wait, how did he get out of custody in the first place? It doesn’t matter as long as the drooling drag with the requisite glasses and kinky mustache ends up banging his head on a table again. The same muddled approach is taken in Ballard’s later, more sensational busts, which no doubt agrees with the way OUR embellishes and misrepresents its international “missions,” according to a Vice News investigation of the group.

Apparently, what Miles Klee thinks about “Sound of Freedom” doesn’t matter, because in a wild box office upset, “Sound of Freedom” beat Disney’s new revival movie “Indiana Jones.” So while Miles doesn’t care much about child abuse, many other Americans do.




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