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Amazon & Facebook Gave This Pro-Trump Documentary The Cold Shoulder

Amanda Milius, daughter of legendary screenwriter-director John Milius, optioned Lee Smith’s “The Plot Against The President” in manuscript form last summer and began working on the documentary in secrecy shortly thereafter.

Since July she interviewed several critics of the Russiagate hoax including Representative Devin Nunes, Donald Trump Jr., Rudy Giuliani, Kimberly Guilfoyle, Mike Cernovich, and Roger Stone, as well as General Michael Flynn’s attorney Sidney Powell.

I read the Lee Smith book in late 2019 as well as Doug Wead’s “Inside Trump’s White House: The Real Story of His Presidency.” These books provided me with great clarity into what has been going on since Donald Trump announced his run for POTUS in June of 2015. For those that haven’t read Lee Smith’s book, this documentary is sure to provide all the information you need to understand what has been going on since then.

Turn Key Films president and CEO Cory Tucek says he submitted Amanda Milius’ The Plot Against the President to Amazon on October 10th for streaming with a Prime account as well as for rental or purchase through the website. He was notified on October 16th that it was under content review.

Tucek again reached out to the tech giant and noted the timeliness of the documentary given the looming November 3rd election and received a response that said, “We do not have any insight on the ETA for the title. Thanks for your patience with us during this time.” It’s Ironic that Amazon continues to sell Smith’s book in various formats, including a Kindle version, while slow-rolling this documentary. Perhaps it’s the timing.

An Amazon spokesperson now says Amanda Milius’ documentary ‘The Plot Against the President’ is available on their platform after being held up for nearly two weeks while it was subjected to a “content review.”

On Oct. 10, Tucek submitted an ad to Facebook for Movies Plus, his newly launched streaming platform. The ad included a poster for Plot Against the President. The following day, he was notified that the ad was rejected for potentially trying to interfere with elections. He then submitted a second ad that featured thumbnail images of 10 movies available on Movies Plus, including Plot Against the President, and that, too, was nixed. A Facebook spokesperson pointed him to a policy that requires ads about social issues, elections, or politics to take additional steps to be authorized.

In the video below, Devin Nunes interviews Amanda Milius to gain insights into her credentials and what it took to get the documentary out.

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