by Charlotte Hazard
The 2020 censored movie titled The Trump I Know is set to relaunch in October inside a high-tech virtual arena where audiences can ask questions and participate during in the livestream from the comfort of their homes.
Amazon Prime did not allow the movie on its platform until the day after the 2020 election, Google Play did not post it until Dec. 3, 2020, and Apple TV waited until December 2020 as well.
“It will be interactive,” one of the movie’s filmmakers, Matt Thayer told the “Just the News, No Noise” TV show. “It’s going to be like a giant zoom call with this big old LED screen and we’re gonna bring people up and ask questions. So it’s kind of a virtual town hall.”
According to the Thayers, the reason they are relaunching the production is due to the censorship that buried the documentary in 2020.
“We’ve got to stop what’s happening with censorship,” said fellow filmmaker Joy Thayer. “People deserve the truth. They need all of this information out there.”
The film is set to premiere at Worre Studios in Las Vegas, Nevada on Oct. 26, 2023 with a live audience, but a majority of viewers will be joining virtually.
According to the film’s official website, TRUTH Social CEO Devin Nunes, Lara Trump and General Michael Flynn will also be attending virtually.
The film is about people telling stories about their experience with former President Donald Trump and describes those peoples’ views of how accessible he is to the American people. According to the Thayers, many of these people were themselves censored for trying to tell positive stories about the 45th president.
“These are the most authentic stories you’re going to hear about President Trump, and we really want people to talk about the president that we know,” Joy said. “I know President Trump would have our border closed right now. The Trump I know would have a great foreign policy. The Trump I know would have us energy independent. There are stories that people have.”
The Thayers said that they are bringing people on board during the livestream to discuss their experience with censorship and solutions on how to address it.
“We said, ‘Let’s not only share the film. Let’s talk about people that have dealt with this and how we’re going to bring solutions and how we’re going to keep bringing content to people so that they have answers to what’s going on out there.'”
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Charlotte Hazard is a reporter at Just the News.
Photo “Donald J. Trump” by Donald J. Trump and “News Media” by The Trump I Know.