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"Uncle Tom" (not what you think)


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"Uncle Tom" is a black history documentary about to come out, directed by " Justin Malone and his co-writers/producers Ryder Ansell and Larry Elder. "

Making appearances are " Col. Allen West (a former congressman), former presidential hopeful Herman Cain, and activist Candace Owens. "

They are accompanied by " nearly a dozen mostly unknown citizens which provide the greatest impact.....Assorted clergy, small business owners, elected local leaders, artists, and esteemed members of academia all provide keen insight while recalling their own life experiences and encounters with other blacks who have chastised and belittled them for refusing to subscribe to liberal "groupthink. "

" The film also points out that it was the Democratic Party which largely opposed the passage of the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments to the Constitution (all of which provided more rights to blacks), founded the Ku Klux Klan and enacted the Jim Crow laws lasting nearly a century (1870-1965). "

" As recently as 1964, the Democratic Party — then led by Al Gore, Sr. — fought President Lyndon Johnson’s desire to pass the Civil Rights Act, a bill that only survived with the help of a handful of Republicans, led by Sen. Everett Dirksen. "

Note that, eleven days after its opening, only one " review for "Uncle Tom" on the left-controlled film critic’s web site ""

It's now available on demand if anyone cares to see it at :" (Malone Pictures) "