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"Let My People Go" showing March 7

We are hosting the movie screening of Let My People Go, the newly released documentary produced by Frank Speech.

Date and Time:  Thursday, March 7th.  Doors open at 6:15 p.m.  Movie starts at 7.

Location:  Schulman’s Movie, Bowl, Grill, 110 E. FM 1417, Sherman

(you may want to eat dinner at the theater)

Let My People Go is a modern-day deliverance story rooted in biblical themes and archetypes. David Clements’ new documentary critiques election integrity and the response to the Capitol riot. . .

A former law professor and attorney, David presents a narrative of America’s alleged enslavement through two primary themes:

1) the supposed use of proprietary “black box machines” and rigged election software by the deep state, and

2) the aftermath of the Nov 3rd election, highlighting the plight of protesters who are currently imprisoned.  

Clements will be there to answer questions and talk with attendees.  The film concludes with a vision to restore election integrity and free the political prisoners of January 6th.  

View the trailer at  Let My People Go.  

Free screening - donations appreciated.  Everyone is welcome.  

(Excerpts from article in Your News - 12/14/23)


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