'2016' Offered Free of Charge to Battleground State Cable Subscribers
The sleeper documentary hit "2016: Obama's America" may have changed a few hearts and minds during its theatrical run.
Now, a cable provider will let customers sample Dinesh D'Souza's theories on what makes President Barack Obama tick for no charge just days before the Nov. 6 presidential election.
Armstrong Utilities is the nation’s 15th-largest cable provider and operates in 6 states including Ohio and Pennsylvania, two crucial battleground states in the 2012 election. In Ohio alone, Armstrong is available in over 50 cities and towns in 10 Ohio counties. So it’s all the more controversial that the cabler is offering the anti-Obama documentary 2016: Obama’s America as a “Free Movie Special” to all its subscribers on-demand at no charge.