Judicial Watch and the producers of the Sarah Palin documentary “The Undefeated” have a new film designed to make members of both political parties a mite nervous.
The new film’s trailer will debut tonight at the annual CPAC convention in Washington. The clip will show Judicial Watch’s battle versus bipartisan corruption as well as corrupt elements within the Obama administration.
Written and directed by award-winning filmmaker Stephen K. Bannon and produced in association with Constant Motion Entertainment, the Judicial Watch film will be released in the summer of 2012. The film will chronicle Judicial Watch’s heroic battles to clean up government corruption in Washington, DC, focusing most comprehensively on its efforts to counter the unprecedented corruption and secrecy of the permanent political class and, currently, the Obama Administration. The film will comprehensively expose the Beltway’s current scandals, including: “Fast and Furious”; Solyndra and “Green Energy”; federal bailouts and earmarks; the New Black Panthers; ACORN and voter fraud; stealth amnesty; threats to the integrity of the 2012 elections; and new attacks on government transparency and accountability.
The film is a companion piece to the upcoming book, “The Corruption Chronicles, Obama’s Big Secrecy, Big Corruption, and Big Government,” by Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. The Judicial Watch book is scheduled for release in July 2012, from Simon & Schuster’s Threshold Editions.
“For too long our nation has suffered through a massive expansion of government power and corruption, the likes of which we haven’t seen in generations,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “The American people are tired of Washington corruption–that’s why Judicial Watch is the largest grassroots watchdog group in the nation. Our new partnership with Stephen Bannon, the nation’s preeminent conservative filmmaker, will educate the American people by giving them the unvarnished truth about Obama’s corrupt machine and the longstanding problem of bipartisan corruption in Washington, DC.