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Posts Tagged ‘The Undefeated’

Danny Strong Lies Again – claims ‘minimal conservative backlash’ to ‘Game Change’

Posted by Sarah Palin Web Brigade on May 18, 2012

As if the farcical movie ‘Game Change’ wasn’t itself full of enough lies, producer Danny Strong just made this patently  false statement (emphasis mine):

The film’s producers, director Jay Roach, and Strong were prepared for an outcry from conservatives, but it didn’t really materialize. He said, “It was an extremely minimal conservative backlash. The only backlash was amongst Sarah Palin’s aides, and those are people who are on Sarah Palin’s payroll. As far as the mainstream conservative press – the Washington Times, the Washington Examiner, Fox News – I felt that there was very little backlash to the film, and I think part of that was because of how fair the film was and how the film went to great pains to show you Sarah Palin’s point of view and John McCain’s point of view.”

Contrary to Strong’s prevarication, there was a very strong conservative backlash to the ‘Game Change’ movie.  For example, John McCain told FOX News Sunday that he would not watch the movie and that “It’s based on a book that’s completely biased and with unattributed quotes, et cetera.”    In his Wall Street Journal article this week about the vice presidential vetting process,  A. B. Culverhouse, the DC attorney who was in charge of vetting Sarah Palin,  described the movie as “the revisionist HBO movie about that campaign” .   Governor Palin herself referred to the movie as a false narrative.  After the U. S. Embassy in Singapore screened ‘Game Change,’  SarahPAC sent the Ambassador a copy of ‘The Undefeated’.   The PAC also posted a statement criticizing the movie.  The Maryland4Palin unit of Organize4Palin  handed out playbills branding the movie as a false narrative to attendees as they arrived for the DC premiere of ‘Game Change’.   And yes, several of Governor Palin’s aides did make public statements about the inaccuracies in the movie and also engaged in a conference call condemning the movie.

Mark Levin condemned Schmidt and Wallace as evil two-faced cowards – The Right Scoop has the video here.   Rush Limbaugh described it as a “cartoon” and said it was part of the Democrat Party’s war on women.  See also his discussion of the movie while it was still in the works.  Glenn Beck (video here) said that the movie producers were likely attacking Governor Palin’s credibility to prevent her from running for office again.  Stephen Bannon’s Victory Films contracted with the Reelz Channel to air ‘The Undefeated’ the same weekend as the premiere of the ‘Game Change’ movie.

The Palin blogosphere was afire with articles refudiating the movie and its contents.  (See our Game Change page for a sampling.)   Palin-friendly blogs, large and small, joined in the fray.  Breitbart.com authors wrote a series of articles condemning the Game Change Movie as a false narrative.  Blogs like The Daily Caller,   Conservatives4Palin,  The Other McCain,  The Gateway Pundit, and a number of other blogs in the Palin community condemned the movie and defended Governor Palin.

So where’s your “minimal conservative backlash,”  Danny Strong?

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See also:

TOP 10 LIES OF HBO’S ‘GAME CHANGE’

Behind the Smears of HBO’s ‘Game Change’ 

Trailer Talk: HBO’s ‘Game Change’ Pummels Palin with Liberal Talking Points

HOW CAN HBO’S ‘GAME CHANGE’ BE ‘FACT-BASED’ WHEN IT’S BASED ON GOSSIP AND LIES? 

BIG Hollywood Takes On HBO’s ‘Game Change’ 

Curzon: ‘Game Change’ Movie Is A Character Assassination of Sarah Palin

HBO’s Game Change Treats Palin Like a Punching Bag

GAME CHANGE’: PALIN BREAKDOWN MEME CRUSHED BY FACTS

John Nolte: Video From 2008 Proves Absurdity of HBO’s ‘Queen’ Attack On Thatcher-Admirer Palin

SarahPAC: Game Change: The Latest in Left-Wing Lies 

SARAH PALIN HITS BACK AT HBO WITH ‘GAME CHANGE WE CAN BELIEVE IN’

PALIN TO HBO: NONE OF YOUR ‘GAME CHANGE’ SOURCES TRAVELED ON CAMPAIGN

Sarah Palin On “Game Change”: “Hollywood Lies Are Hollywood Lies” 

Sarah Palin’s Aide Lashes Out at ‘Sick’ HBO ‘Game Change’ Film (VIDEO)

Sarah Palin’s Allies Take Pre-Emptive Strike At ‘Game Change’ Movie

Aide Jason Recher on ‘Game Change’ Palin Portrayal: I Would’ve Quit

Thomas Van Flein says the version of Sarah Palin depicted in the HBO film “Game Change” “bears no semblance to reality.”

Palin aide on ‘Game Change’ film: ‘HBO has distorted, twisted and invented facts’ [VIDEO] 

Maryland O4P Team Skunks HBO’s ‘Game Change’ Party; Hanks Refuses Copy of ‘The Undefeated’

The Truth HBO’s ‘Game Change’ Hides: Palin Carried McCain Until He Changed the Game   

GAME CHANGE’ EXPLAINED?: BOMBSHELL ’08 MEMO DETAILS PLAN TO SAVE STEVE SCHMIDT 

PICKET: ‘Game Change’ movie omits vicious Obama-Hillary primary covered in book 

TOM HANKS, PRODUCER OF HBO PALIN SMEAR FILM, NARRATES OBAMA RE-ELECTION DOC  

GAME CHANGE’ RATINGS BUST: LESS THAN HALF OF ‘SARAH PALIN’S ALASKA’ DEBUT

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Sen. McCain Responds to Summons & Takes Stand for Gov. Palin

Posted by Adrienne Ross on March 12, 2012

By Adrienne Ross – http://www.motivationtruth.com

In solidarity with Governor Palin’s supporters and others who simply care about truth, I again watched The Undefeated tonight as it premiered on REELZChannel. At the end of the documentary, the late Andrew Breitbart says several times, “I see [spineless people].” He was referring to men in the GOP who sit idly by–saying nothing, doing nothing, and obviously feeling nothing–while Governor Palin is relentlessly attacked, time and time again, in the most degrading ways. Yes, he called them [spineless].

Recently, I wrote an article called “Summoning Senator McCain” in which I called on the 2008 Republican presidential nominee to take a stand and speak out against HBO’s Game Change. The Senator had already said he wouldn’t watch it, and he’s said in the past that he thinks highly of Governor Palin, but I wanted more from him, particularly about this hit piece. Today, Senator McCain appeared on Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace. Having voiced my disappointment that he has not said enough, I feel it’s only right that I acknowledge his taking a stronger stand today than I have previously witnessed.

When asked if he watched Game Change on HBO last night, the Senator said he did not because it was “based on a book that is completely biased and with unattributed quotes.” He went on to say that even in the rough and tumble world of politics, he doesn’t understand “why there continues to be such assaults on a good and decent person,” speaking of Governor Palin. Concerning the campaign, he stated what we could all easily see: Governor Palin was “a person whose nomination energized our campaign.”

Without hesitation, Senator McCain said that the part of the movie that shows him telling Steve Schmidt to “find me a woman” to be an election game changer was a lie. “Of course not,” he responded when asked if he ever said that. However, he followed that up by attesting to the qualifications and accomplishments of his former running mate, which contradicts the false narrative the movie promotes–that the Governor is unintelligent and incompetent.

Senator McCain states:

I thought that she was the best qualified person.

She was a very effective and successful governor.

In other words, the Senator wanted Governor Palin to share the ticket with him because she was the best person for the job.

Too many have done nothing while an accomplished and politically savvy individual has been used as a punching bag–and I’m not even talking about those on the left. The right has also been complicit. Their despicable display of cowardice earned them the title of [spineless], according to Andrew Breitbart, and they have to look themselves in the mirror for their refusal to defend someone who so readily defends our country.

As for Senator McCain, regardless of whether we agree or disagree with his policies or with how he’s handled things thus far, I do respect that he did the right thing today by defending Governor Palin’s honor and achievements, acknowledging that Game Change is biased and untrue, and knocking down his former staff members who have chosen to spew lies rather than assume responsibility for their own shortcomings.

The conversation about Game Change begins at 9:13 of the video.

WATCH VIDEO HERE

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Palin Undefeated Coming to Reelz Tonight

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on March 11, 2012

If you are looking to see a film that accurately depicts the rise of Governor Sarah Palin, the team that she assembled and their accomplishments, I would urge you to find your local Reelz channel and tune in on Sunday night at 8:00 p.m. ET and watch “The Undefeated”.

Writer/producer Stephen K. Bannon appeared on Fox and Friends Friday morning and had this to say about the making of “The Undefeated”

Reelz will show encore performances of “The Undefeated” on Monday night at 10:00 p.m. ET and Sunday, March 25th at 5:30 p.m. ET.

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Flipping the Script on ‘Game Change’

Posted by Adrienne Ross on March 1, 2012

By Adrienne Ross – http://www.motivationtruth.com

Rachel Weiner published an article at The Washington Post today entitled “Sarah Palin wants to rewrite ‘Game Change’ history.” That’s an interesting title considering the fact that HBO is the party guilty of attempting to rewrite actual American history in their hit piece, set to air on March 10th.

Weiner takes umbrage at the fact that the Governor’s staff has chosen not to take this one sitting down but has pushed back against the lies contained in Game Change. How dare this much-accomplished former governor and reformer right the wrongs and defend her true record, rather than grin and bear it. How dare her staff speak the truth? Don’t they know they’re expected to just shut up while revisionists do yet another hatchet job on her record?

Weiner writes:

Right now it seems almost as if Sarah Palin’s political action committee has one goal and one goal only: Discredit the movie “Game Change.”

[…]

Palin has also always had trouble ignoring her critics, a reflexive defensiveness that has dogged her since 2008. Taking on “Game Change” may only give HBO more buzz, but she continues anyway.

The Governor wants to discredit the movie? You think? Is she expected to validate it, when it is blatant fiction designed only to make money while feeding the monster that is the wild imagination of Hollywood and other far left types? Perhaps Weiner’s indignation would be better served trying to figure out why the left “has one goal and one goal only”: Discredit the patriot Sarah Palin.

This is what bothers people like Weiner: not only does Governor Palin’s staff smack down the huge lie of Game Change, but they do so using undeniable evidence. “Game Change We Can Believe In,” the video SarahPAC released today, goes beyond the words of other aides who worked alongside the Governor and have called out the movie for the charade that it is. This video is a collage of words and interviews from none other than Steve Schmidt and Nicolle Wallace, who are the sources behind the lies found in the HBO movie. It’s interesting how on the record, for all to see and hear, they sang her praises–and rightly so. But after their own inept handling of the campaign–and subsequent loss–they chose to place blame on Governor Palin to cover their own tails. How is the public expected to believe anything that comes from these two self-serving characters?

So what is the truth that Weiner would like to help obscure? Governor Palin is a great American who has spent the last two decades in public service for the right reasons. She achieved success through hard work, tenacity, and great instincts. She didn’t rely on a last name, she wasn’t handed a mantle, she wasn’t for sale, and she was more focused on character than what exposing corruption would cost her. As the first woman governor of Alaska, and the youngest, she relied on grassroots efforts, won, and served the people. She governed as a fiscal conservative. She cut the budget. She returned money to the people. She honored the state Constitution. She fought for energy independence and secured the largest private sector energy project in the history of North America. She had an approval rating close to 90 percent. How many other governors could boast this kind of record? And this is only a cursory run-down.

She was chosen to run alongside Senator McCain because he knew her record and knew she could ignite the American people–which she did and continues to do to this day. Her stellar record is irrefutable and has a distinct place in history. Why, therefore, wouldn’t she make a case against a movie which depicts her as unstable, unintelligent, and unfit to lead in this nation? She’s been leading all along, even before the left–and right–realized she was a threat to their cozy, cushy, status quo establishments. She would be remiss not to stand up and speak out against these malicious lies.

Far left radicals believe their side has the right to create any narrative they choose. When the legs of their false memes are cut off, and the truth exposed, they cry foul: We’re supposed to tell the people what to believe, the people aren’t supposed to know any better, and the person defamed and slandered is supposed to just grin and bear it. Those are the rules, people. Got it?

No, what we get is that there is no limit to the extremes these people will go to in their attacks against Governor Palin while they make a load of money in the process. They advance their sick agenda by preying on people they view as too simple-minded to know better or too sheepish to check the record for themselves. In this, they insult the American people.

Clearly, they think we’re all stupid, for Weiner also writes:

While Palin and her aides have yet to see the movie, that fact hasn’t stopped them from relentlessly attacking the film. Two weeks ago, SarahPAC treasurer Tim Crawford told The Fix that he expected the movie to be filled with inaccuracies. Former aide Meg Stapleton called it “sick.” Palin herself told Fox News the book was “based on a false narrative.”

Weiner managed to get one thing right: aides have not seen the movie. Now, let’s tell the full story. They haven’t seen it because they were denied that opportunity.

As The New York Times reported last week:

The half-dozen former aides to Ms. Palin, the 2008 Republican vice-presidential nominee, said the network did not allow them to see the movie, which is based on the book “Game Change,” before being broadcast starting on March 10. But the advisers condemned it based on two short trailers and accounts of it in the press.

If HBO is so proud of their work of art, if they are assured of its accuracy, why would they prohibit those closest to the Governor from viewing the film? Simple: they knew that those cognizant of the truth would come out strongly against their film. Weiner’s suggestion that Governor Palin’s aides should keep their mouths shut since they haven’t seen Game Change is laughable, a lame attempt to silence the opposition, and another scheme to pull the wool over the American people’s eyes. The trailers alone give reason to totally reject and aggressively denounce the movie as a work of sick fiction. In fact, the language used to denounce the film didn’t go far enough in its description of Game Change. “Sick” is too kind.

Thankfully, there are those who are interested in truth. Mr L of Mr. L’s Tavern encourages people to turn off HBO (Why bother even turning it on–ever?) on March 10th and turn on the Reelz Channel March 11th at 8:00 p.m. Eastern to see The Undefeated. He writes:

By now, those who subscribe to HBO have seen the trailer for the upcoming original movie Game Change. The film is based on a book by the same name. The players involved in the making of Game Change have been exposed as Obama supporters and financial donors. The sources used in the book and film are unsupported and unidentified. The film’s portrayal of Gov. Palin has been panned by former agenda-less McCain aides as pure fiction. Please read the articles linked below and be sure to pass this along to your friends and family.
Let’s all turn off HBO and tune into REELZ on March 11 for the television premier of The Undefeated to know the real story of Sarah Palin.

I applaud the Governor and her staff members for refusing to allow Hollywood, the media, Steve Schmidt, and Nicolle Wallace to recreate history. Governor Palin’s actual history is highlighted with accuracy in Stephen Bannon’s The Undefeated. Individuals who are interested in fact over fiction should be sure to watch it–and learn exactly why Senator McCain chose her to help him change the game in 2008.

Cross-posted from MotivationTruth

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‘The Undefeated’ Expanding to Four Additional Locations July 29th

Posted by Adrienne Ross on July 25, 2011

By Adrienne Ross – http://www.motivationtruth.com

The Undefeated is debuting in four additional locations on July 29th. It’ll be in Charleston, SC; Cincinnati, OH; Columbus, OH; and Salt Lake City, UT.

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Chicago Screening of ‘The Undefeated’ Opens Eyes to Real Governor Palin

Posted by Adrienne Ross on July 24, 2011

By Adrienne Ross – http://www.motivationtruth.com

Yesterday, The Undefeated paid a trip to Chicago for a one-day showing of the documentary. Here’s what Frank Main of the Chicago Sun-Times had to report:

The Chicago screening of a new Sarah Palin documentary Saturday was a political love fest for her conservative supporters.

But Tea Party members weren’t the only ones who came away from the film with admiration for the former Alaska governor and 2008 vice-presidential candidate.

Eddie Bryant, who attended the screening of “The Undefeated” at downtown’s Gene Siskel Film Center, is an African-American and Chicago Democrat. The retired 67-year-old Union Pacific employee said he was surprised to find he actually likes Palin.

“I came because my friend is always talking about Sarah Palin. People say this lady is brainless. She’s not only smart, but she’s a clean-government person. I gained respect for her,” Bryant said.

[…]

The director, Stephen K. Bannon, told the audience afterward: “My objective was to drive a stake in the heart of ‘Caribou Barbie,’ ” referring to the airhead image of Palin in the media. He said traditional movie critics have “eviscerated” his film, but he’s shown it to liberal audiences in New York and other cities and they “came out of this with a grudging admiration of what she’s accomplished.”

Read more here.

Mr. Bryant’s reaction is exactly why people need to see this film. Governor Palin is not the person the mainstream media have made her out to be. She’s not really even the person the McCain campaign displayed to the nation–not fully. I believe many in the media see the Governor’s value and are afraid of the threat she is to the left. The McCain campaign, both failing to fully recognize her value and threatened by her appeal, allowed their own sense of insecurity and gross mismanagement to get in the way, as Mr. Chuck Heath said, of “let[ting] Sarah be Sarah.” The Undefeated, however, unveils who this Sarah is, displays what she’s accomplished, and makes it clear that she’s qualified to be President of the United States.

So once again, get your tickets here–and some for others–to see the film. If it’s not showing in your area, vote here to bring it there.

(h/t C4P)

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Despite The Corrupt Media’s Best Efforts, “The Undefeated” Has A Phenomenal Opening Weekend

Posted by Gary P Jackson on July 20, 2011

Organize4Palin members in Grapevine, Texas

By Gary P Jackson

So I woke up on Friday morning, the national opening for Stephen Bannon’s hit documentary, The Undefeated, and what do I see? Some cat named Conor Friedersdorf [no wonder he’s bitter] The Atlantic’s pretend “conservative“, phonied up a story about being at the opening of the movie, and no one was there.

The problem with this narrative is this “opening” was at midnight, Thursday night, not advertised, and the movie officially opened on Friday. Yes, I know midnight is technically Friday, but you get where I’m coming from. This bitter little fellow wrote a scathing piece, and of course the rest of the corrupt, blood libel media picked up on it and spread this phony story, hoping to depress turnout. It didn’t work.

As the day rolled on, reports began coming in of sold out shows from coast to coast. Several theaters had to move the film to a larger theater to accommodate the crowds. There were also reports of loud cheering throughout the movie, and in Atlanta, at the end of the movie the audience gave creator Stephen Bannon a five minute standing ovation!

The media was still trying to keep it’s meme going though, with many local stations just flat out lying about the movie and attendance numbers. CNN sent it’s crew to the Atlanta opening trying to ambush attendees.

Reuters dismissed the first sold out show reported, in Grapevine, Texas as insignificant, because “Grapevine is just a small town.” Yeah it’s a “small town” located in the middle of the Dallas-Ft Worth Metroplex. Dallas is the 9th largest city in America, and Ft Worth the 17th. Their combined population, not counting the couple dozen [or more] “small towns” that lie between and around the two cities, the Metroplex combined population is roughly equal to Houston’s, the 4th largest city in the country.So much for Reuters.

As there were two theaters in Texas showing The Undefeated Grapevine and Houston, people had good choices. Both locations drew people from hundreds of miles away. The Grapevine location drew people from Oklahoma and Louisiana, as well as Central Texas, which is over 100 miles away. Houston drew people from South Texas and the Beaumont-Orange area. A nice little drive.

As we watched throughout the day, more and more reports came in as enthusiastic fans filled the seats. While everyone focused on the prime time showings, the ones sure to sell out, we also noticed in many cities the afternoon showings either sold out, or were only a handful of seats away from doing so. This enthusiasm would carry over to Saturday, when even more shows sold out.

Percentage wise, only Harry Potter had a better opening weekend than The Undefeated. This is amazing because Victory Films did no traditional advertising. This was all done via the internet and word of mouth. The Twitter campaign alone was incredible. Obviously Palin supporters worked hard to make this happen as well, knowing this movie is a game changer, and tells the story that no one but long time, hard core supporters know. And even for the long timers, this movie reveals more about Sarah Palin and what an excellent chief executive she is.

There were all kinds of stories of people dragging non-Palin supporters with them to the movie, and many converts being made. Notably one Conservative blogger, Ben Howe, one of the folks who actually believed the corrupt media’s version of Sarah, rather than the truth, has said that both he and his wife felt nothing but shame after seeing the movie, because they now realize how wrong they were to believe the media, and the GOP establishment’s narrative.

This past weekend was nothing short of phenomenal. Bannon is now talking about a larger nationwide roll-out, as well as a deal with Wal-Mart to distribute DVDs.

There was a lot of great reporting this weekend. Here are some links you should check out:

John Nolte: Empty Theater!!!: MSM Currently Brewing Up Phony ‘Undefeated’ Narrative

Larry O’Connor: The Atlantic’s Phony Empty Theater Meme Falls Further Apart


Nicole Coulter: ‘Ambushed By CNN’: Firsthand Account of Lamestream Reporting At Georgia Premiere of ‘The Undefeated’

Jim Hoft:

Josh Painter: How’s ‘The Undefeated’ doing today? Not bad…

The Victory Film Group Has a nice round up of stories here.


Victory Film Group: ARC Entertainment Announces Strong Opening for “The Undefeated,” with multiple sold-out runs and vocal audience support

Top of the Ticket: Sarah Palin documentary ‘The Undefeated’ to roll out to other cities 

Ian Lazaran CNN Concedes the Auditorium Where the Undefeated Was Shown Near Atlanta “Was Packed” and “Sold Out”

Then there is this from Ben Howe: ‘The Undefeated’ Review: A Profoundly Important Game-changer (Especially For Me) Howe was not a Palin supporter when he saw the movie. [on DVD] He had bought into the nonsense spewed by the left, and the Republican elite.

Ultimately, I thought she was the type of political force that was going to be around, needed to be treaded on carefully, but would never have anything substantial to offer to the cause of conservatism other than rallying troops which I still believed was a valuable service.

I thought she hadn’t gotten a fair shake in the media, but I felt confident that I could see through the bias and that I understood who she was, what she had done and what my opinion would probably be about her going forward.

I was entirely incorrect.

I consider the director of “The Undefeated”, Stephen Bannon, to be a friend of mine. He’s advised me in my own fledgling productions. I’ve interviewed him a handful of times on my podcast and we always talk for over an hour effortlessly. When I heard he was making this film, I immediately wanted to interview him, but I assumed that everything I knew about Palin would simply be confirmed by watching this.

We popped the film into our DVD player, and sat back to watch. One thing I had no doubts about was that Stephen Bannon would make a visually impressive, compelling film that would stir emotion. I was pleased to see that he used his trademark method of letting the people directly tied to the events tell the story (I often find narration cumbersome) adding their own particular emotions and perspectives to the narrative. These were all things that I expected and Bannon did not disappoint.

The film moves at a breakneck pace while still laying out a level of detail that brings you so close to the events, you feel like you personally experienced them.

Even had the substance not convinced me that I had Mrs. Palin pegged wrong, the film itself would most certainly have scored high for me as my all important test was passed: Did I look at my watch? No I did not.

In short, the execution of this film is excellent.

But what had me and my wife blown away by the time it was over, was the avalanche of information and perspectives that had been hidden from us over the years. As I would like for you to listen to my interview with Steve, I will not get into the substance of what caused the change. I want you to hear it for yourself.

I pride myself on my ability to know when something is baloney, almost instinctively. On Sarah Palin, I was so incredibly hoodwinked that the one word that my wife and I agreed described how we felt after watching it, was shame. Yes of course invigoration, satisfaction and all the other things you experience when watching a good film, but about how we had handled our vetting of Mrs. Palin, shame was the word that best described it.

Shame for not bothering to look up her record. Shame for not reading her story. Shame for turning the channel when she came on the TV. Shame for not listening to people that we had a great deal of respect for like Andrew Breitbart, Tammy Bruce, Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity.

As Breitbart points out in the film, the greatest shame is that while this woman was savaged to degrees you may not even realize yet, some of us sat back and let it happen. For me to buy into the media template and not defend someone who’s only offense was being a conservative, is the absolute antithesis of what I stand for, and something that I shall never allow to happen again.

Read more and listen to Ben’s great interview with Stephen Bannon here

The bottom line is this movie, in a short time, with nothing but word of mouth advertising, via Twitter and Facebook, is a great success.

It is indeed a game changer. Palin supporters are making a point of taking their non-Palin supporting friends and neighbors to see the movie. Not only are these folks seeing the real Sarah Palin for the first time, they are learning why they should support Sarah. You can bet these converts will go out and find other people to convert as well. This is why the media has been working so hard to make people think no one is going to see the movie, or that the movie sucks. They understand just how powerful Bannon’s movie is, as well as how powerful Sarah Palin is.

Bannon made this movie because our media is corrupt, and carries the water for Obama and the democrat party, and lie about important events that effect the nation. The actions by this corrupt media this weekend prove his point.

The Undefeated is showing at these 10 theaters throughout the week. There are multiple showings daily, and senior discounts. If you haven’t yet seen The Undefeated go, and take a few friends. To check show times, order tickers, and so on, click here.

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My Roderic Deane Interview

Posted by Adrienne Ross on July 16, 2011

By Adrienne Ross – http://www.motivationtruth.com

Tune in at noon Eastern tomorrow to the Roderic Deane Blog Talk Radio Show. RD will talk to Josh Painter of Texans for Sarah Palin at the start of his show. Then he will interview Tami from Moms 4 Sarah Palin at around 11:15 a.m. I’m scheduled to be on at 11:30 a.m. We’ll discuss Governor Palin, no doubt spending quite a bit of time conversing about The Undefeated.

Use the following link to access the show:

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/rodericdeane/2011/07/17/bloggers-r-us

Use this number to call in during the show:

877-478-5783

Hope you’ll tune it!

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More on First Day Success of ‘The Undefeated’

Posted by Adrienne Ross on July 16, 2011

More reports are pouring in about the first day success of The Undefeated. Matt Lewis did a roundup of the rave reviews:

The new Sarah Palin documentary, “The Undefeated” debuted in select theaters this weekend. It’s still early, but so far, it is garnering impressive reviews. Following is a quick roundup:

Brisbane Times:

Palin doco wins public praise (01:25) The Undefeated, a documentary tracing Sarah Palin’s rise to political power, has opened in US theatres to overwhelmingly positive opinion.

Reuters:

It may not be “Harry Potter,” but another film featuring a bespectacled protagonist is racking up strong pre-sales before its national roll-out this weekend. “The Undefeated,” a glowing look at failed vice-presidential candidate and former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin has already sold out a show in Grapevine, Texas (population 46,000), according to the distributor Cinedigm. Grapevine isn’t exactly a teeming metropolis but the film is set to roll out across Tea Party country in 10 AMC theaters.

Kennesaw Patch:

When Sarah Palin said, “More government is not the answer,” the audience in theater 8 at AMC Barrett Commons 24 erupted with applause.”The Undefeated” premieres at AMC Barrett Commons 24 with an appearance by Director Stephen Bannon. Reactions from filmgoers attending the screening were overwhelmingly positive. “I believe she’s honestly just a great person,” said Garrett Wilson, who traveled from Chatsworth, Ga. to attend Friday night’s screening of the film.

Reuters (Orange County, CA) :

“Run, Sarah, run!” shouted Californian Sherman Roodzant, 64, as the final credits rolled on the 1:10 p.m. showing in a half-filled theater in Orange. Roodzant drove 150 miles (240 km) to see it and said it was worth every mile.

Houston FOX Affiliate:

Faithful fans arrived early. Donna Galloway drove all the way from Beaumont for the debut. ”Undefeated is about having losses but coming back for victories,” said Galloway.

Fort Worth Star Telegram:

While a wizard named Potter is on track to rule the box office this weekend, it was a former governor named Palin who had conservatives excited at the AMC Grapevine Mills 30 theater Friday evening. The Grapevine theater is the only one showing the film in North Texas. At least one of Friday’s scheduled viewings sold out.One fan brought a wagon adorned with a sign reading “Texas is Palin Country” and filled with postcards touting the former vice presidential candidate’s views and accomplishments.

Furthermore, Ian Lazaran reports the following:

Scott Conroy tweets:

CEO of ARC Entertainment (the distributor of Palin film): “First day results for ‘The Undefeated’ were strong.”

Ian also takes it to the media (emphasis mine):

I find it hilarious that so many in the mainstream media are writing articles about how they don’t know how the movie has done thus far. It would be pretty easy to find out this information and the fact that reporters are actually publishing articles about how they don’t know how the movie is doing thus far suggests that they want to find out. If reporters did try to find out this information, they’d be forced to report that The Undefeated as of yesterday had the strongest average per screen attendance of any movie shown at AMC theaters sans Harry Potter.

I join Governor Palin in congratulating The Undefeated team on their success as she did on Facebook today.

A successful opening is wonderful, and it’s what we expected. Let’s keep the momentum. More people need to see this film, which reveals the truth the media won’t tell you about Governor Palin’s stellar career in the state of Alaska. To buy tickets, go here. Keep in mind that theaters have sold out, so without pre-purchasing tickets, you face the possibility of missing out on any particular showing. I, therefore, still strongly recommend pre-ordering your tickets. If the film is not showing in your city, all hope is not lost. Vote to have it shown in your area by clicking here.

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‘The Undefeated’ Has Successful First Day; Breitbart Reports it Finishes Second Only to ‘Harry Potter’

Posted by Adrienne Ross on July 15, 2011

By Adrienne Ross – http://www.motivationtruth.com

So how has the premiere of The Undefeated been going? I accessed some information from C4P. Here’s what they reported:

Georgia Organize4Palin notes that the Atlanta area showing earlier this evening was sold out:

THE UNDEFEATED BLOWS AWAY THE TRANSFORMERS MOVIE in Atlanta!!! Sell out crowd!!! Spread the word!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Also:

A C4P Commenter notes that the 7:10 viewing in Orange County, California is sold out. Take that, the Atlantic!

The report later came that more than one California showing sold out today. C4P also posted:

California Organize4Palin coordinator notes that both the 4 PM and 7 PM showings in Orange County were sold out.

Looks like the game-changer film about Governor Palin’s stellar career is doing quite well. Nicole shares the following tweets gathered by Josh Painter of Texans for Sarah Palin:

“MSM – Where are the ‘empty theaters’ now?”
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How well is The Undefeated doing on its opening day? If the past hour’s Twitter traffic is any indication, not bad:

Theater manager in Phoenix reports “Only Harry Potter beating ‘The Undefeated’…

Atlanta, GA ‘The Undefeated’ is Number 1 in theater out performering ‘Transformers’…

4pm showing of ‘The Undefeated’ ends with five minute standing ovation in Atlanta!

Atlanta – 7pm showing of ‘The Undefeated’ sold out 3 hours in advance!

“The #Undefeated” 4pm showing in #OrangeCounty is packed full except for the “stiff neck seats” that nobody wants ever.

The Undefeated is Number 1 in #Atlanta #GA out performing Transformers

AMC Ahwatukee theatre mgr told me they sold so many tickets for #Undefeated that they had to move it to a bigger screen!

Undefeated sold out 7:10 and 10:04 showings in Kennesaw. #1 movie in this theater tonight!

People in the theater CHEERED when they saw Palin at the tea party rally.

Kenesaw GA 3 showings sold out!!

PalinUndefeated attitude is spreading like wild fire. Watch the Dems start eating themselves

How come nobody in the MSM is RTing that @PalinUndefeated is selling out and getting standing Os?! Aren’t they “objective” RTers?!?

Full House at Universal Cineplex Orlando, FL for ‘The Undefeated’!

MSM – Where are the “empty theaters” now?

just got back from the movie. My 3 skeptics will now be a part of Sarah’s Army.

People around me are saying, “WOW” about the frivolous ethics complaints. They didn’t know.

Houston showing is almost full except for the lower 2 rows.

Audience applauding Sarah’s inaugural address in #Undefeated in Kennesaw!

Drove 8 Hours To See The #Undefeated! Very Well Made, Exhilarating & Inspirational

Amazing! People in this theater had NO idea about ethics complaints & why she resigned! They do now!

Furthermore, Andrew Breitbart reports on the success of The Undefeated. He tweeted:

#TheUndefeated #2 (out of 30) behind HarryPotter per screen AVG according to 5 o’clock read/AMC.

As Ian points out, it’s no surprise the mainstream media isn’t reporting the success of The Undefeated. What else is new, right?

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