"He told me,"If you show that fraud film in Texas, I'm gonna cut your head off and blow up that theater worse than Colorado," Bateman said this afternoon from Los Angeles, referring to the death threat phone call he received late last night. "With what is happening right now around the world with that Islam film, the media is ignoring potential terrorists from killing Houston residents who plan to see FRAUD. It's really surreal. I never thought the entire media would ignore potential domestic terrorist acts against the Citizens of Texas just for exercising their right to go and see this film."
In another shocking and breaking development, Executive Producer Kevin G. Smith has reported today from Houston that NBC 2 in Houston, Texas, has now refused to air the two 30 second trailer spots Quad City Pictures and its distribution firm attempted to buy Monday to promote the film's September 22nd Houston opening, saying "NBC does not air THAT kind of material," igniting what will sure to become the censorship story of the decade.
In the most blatant case of censorship since 2 Live Crew, "FRAUD" filmmaker Brent Bateman has a warning for the government and its communist controlled media, "When the world learns that NBC the network is engaged in free speech censorship, it will backfire on that corrupt and communist shill for the CIA. NBC is a total disgrace to the people of America"
Houston, Texas Commercial SPOTS CENSORED AND BANNED from NBC 2 in Houston:
Quad City Pictures plans to unveil the film in Houston, Texas, next week, and then grow the film the following two weeks to select cities, before opening nationwide, taking cue from the other anti-Obama film, "2016: Obama's America," which has now made 26 million dollars at the Box Office in just four weeks, after premiering it in only one theater in Texas, beating other studio heavyweight films at the Box Office for two weeks running.
Smith added, "We sent a press release out about the terrorist threats to every radio and television station in Houston, along with the Associated Press and Reuters, and more than 300 outlets in America, just for the mere safety of the theater audiences, and not one media outlet has ran this story."
Bateman said he remains optimistic, brushing aside his own safety, "People are ready for my film. I've spent four years working on this project, and I wouldn't be surprised if Barack Hussein Obama was thrown in prison after this film is released. This is a must see film for anyone who has the right to vote in this country."
Despite the several death threats, Executive Producer Kevin G. Smith, Jr. anticipates a sell out. "This film is the single most important film of the last 50 years politically. In 100 years, this film will be shown in classrooms and universities across America to scare children and students away from socialism, corruption, and communism."
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