Liberals Attack Film on Trafficking; Writer’s Shocking Ties Exposed!

In a shocking turn of events, Angel Studios’ film “Sound of Freedom” has taken the world by storm with its record-breaking sales. However, it seems that liberal media outlets are up in arms about the movie, using their platform to dismiss it as nothing more than a QAnon conspiracy theory. Talk about reaching for straws!

One of the most jaw-dropping takes on the film comes from Noah Berlatsky, who penned an opinion piece for Bloomberg. But hold on to your hats, folks, because Berlatsky is no ordinary writer. Andy Ngô has exposed some rather disturbing information about him. Brace yourselves.

It turns out Berlatsky is the same guy who complained that “pedophiles are essentially a stigmatized group.” Yes, you heard that right. And if that wasn’t bad enough, he recently took on the role of communications director for a group called Prostasia. This not-for-profit organization is allegedly trying to legitimize pedophilia under the guise of helping children. Can you believe it?

But it doesn’t stop there. Prostasia even offers a support group for pedophiles aged 13 and up. A safe space for them to share their thoughts and seek support. Unbelievable. And yet, this is the person Bloomberg chose to give their platform to.

Now, let’s dive into Berlatsky’s article. He has the audacity to claim that “Sound of Freedom” isn’t directly related to QAnon, but still manages to criticize it. This is a movie that aims to raise awareness about child sex trafficking, and Berlatsky has the nerve to downplay it? It’s clear whose side he’s on.

But Berlatsky doesn’t stop there. He argues that the film’s portrayal of trafficking is misleading and even questions the term “trafficking” itself. According to him, it “conflates underage people trading sex, consensual sex work, immigration, and all kinds of labor exploitation.” Seriously? Is he trying to normalize these heinous acts?

And let’s not forget his complaint about the race of various characters in Hollywood films. According to Berlatsky, films featuring people of color as the villains kidnapping innocent children perpetuate conspiracies. Talk about playing the victim card.

In conclusion, Berlatsky’s article is just another attempt by the liberal media to dismiss the importance of “Sound of Freedom” and label it as a conspiracy. But let’s be real here. Child sex trafficking is a real and horrifying issue that needs to be addressed, not brushed off as a right-wing fantasy.

It’s time to stop giving platforms to individuals like Berlatsky, who seem more interested in pushing their own warped agenda than protecting the innocent. We need to support films like “Sound of Freedom” that shed light on this dark reality and inspire action. Our children deserve better than this partisan nonsense.


Written by Staff Reports

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