WASHINGTON, D.C. (sentinel.ht) – The Clinton Cash documentary, which includes a focus on Hillary and Bill Clinton’s management of the Haiti earthquake relief efforts to their personal benefit, will air for free, online, Saturday, July 23 at 8:00 p.m. ET and Sunday, July 24 at 2:00 and 8:00 p.m. ET.
Clinton Cash will make its U.S. premiere on July 24 in Philadelphia, on the eve of the Democratic National Convention. For access to the free online sneak peak, email registration at Breitbart.com is required.
Clinton Cash is the latest of three movies on the Democratic candidate candidate for president, Hillary Clinton’s, misdeeds throughout the years. 13 Hours was a film released in January 2016 about the Benghazi attacks and the soldiers who fought to save American lives despite the Obama administration and Clinton State Department’s bureaucratic opposition. Hillary’s America is a film in theaters that takes audiences on a journey into the secret history of the Democratic Party and the contentious rise of Hillary Clinton.
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MSNBC calls Clinton Cash “devastating” for presumptive Democratic nominee and says it “powerfully connects the dots.” The Guardian lauds the film as “a powerful message, one that is clearly designed to stir up trouble at the convention at just the moment when Clinton should be reveling in her victory in the Democratic race.” And the Fiscal Times warns that Clinton Cash is a “weapon that could knock Clinton out.”
The film, based on the New York Times bestselling investigative book Clinton Cash by Breitbart Senior Editor-at-Large Peter Schweizer, has sent shockwaves through media. The New York Times, Washington Post, ABC News, and other Establishment Media have verified and confirmed the book’s explosive revelations about how Hillary Clinton auctioned State Department policies to foreign Clinton Foundation donors and benefactors who then paid Bill Clinton tens of millions of dollars in speaking fees.
Time says the movie’s power comes from its focus persuading liberals. “[The film is] a scathing broadside aimed at persuading liberals,” reports Time. It is “likely to leave on-the-fence Clinton supporters who see it feeling more unsure about casting a vote for her.”
CNN’s Michael Smerconish says the book-turned-film is shaping up to be the political “playbook for the fall campaign.”