Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Kickstarte​r website tries to censor film about censorship

There is an effort to tell the story of Kermit Gosnell, the Philadelphia abortionist who murdered countless children. It’s a story the liberal media doesn't want you to know about, and a story Hollywood has no interest in telling. Now we can add to the list of censors the crowd-funding website Kickstarter. Let me explain. As a follower of the Media Research Center, you are likely familiar with the story of Kermit Gosnell, the convicted murderer who ran a slaughterhouse masquerading as an abortion clinic in Philadelphia. It was a story the media tried very hard to cover up last year in an effort to keep Americans in the dark about the gruesome underbelly of the abortion industry. But with your help, the MRC shamed ABC, CBS, NBC and others to offer brief coverage of Gosnell’s murder trial. Unfortunately, most ordinary Americans never heard this story. As horrific as it is, it’s a story that should be told. Two brave filmmakers, Phelim McAleer and Ann McElhinney, want the world to know the Kermit Gosnell story, so they arranged to raise money on the Kickstarter website to make a made-for-TV movie about the shocking Gosnell murder case. At the last minute, Kickstarter decided to place restrictions on what the filmmakers could say about the story on their website – restrictions they never placed on other projects. It was a clear attempt to block the project. Well, it didn’t work. McAleer and McElhinney launched their project on another site,, and you can see the details at http:/ Hollywood normally loves serial killers. There have been four movies about Ted Bundy, five about the Zodiac killer, and three about John Wayne Gacy. The Lifetime Network has already made a film about Jodie Arias, who killed one person. Kermit Gosnell killed more than all of them put together. This movie will never be made if people like you don’t go to the site TODAY and chip in whatever you can afford … $1, $5, $50, $1,000 … even the smallest contributions will help. Since no Hollywood studio will make this movie, McAleer and McElhinney are turning to ordinary citizens to raise the money to tell the story of America’s Biggest Serial Killer. But if enough people don’t go to today, the project won’t gain the momentum it needs to go viral, and it won’t happen. If they don’t reach their fundraising goal, every penny is automatically returned to the donors. America needs to know what happened, so this kind of butchery never happens again. Please consider giving even a small gift to this project. When it comes out, you’ll be able to tell your friends that you helped fund it! It’s the story the media tried to hide. Please help if you can.

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