It's nice to see that some people still aren't afraid to go up against Hollywood, the state-controlled media and the baby murder mills across our country and not only that, but truly put their money where their mouths are. Micahel Lindell, CEO of MyPillow, has financially backed the upcoming film "Unplanned," a film that exposes the criminal activities of abortion clinics like Planned Parenthood from the view of one of their former award recipients Abby Johnson, which is scheduled to be released in theaters on March 29, 2019.
Ashley Bratcher plays Planned Parenthood clinic director Abby Johnson.
After witnessing a human baby murder firsthand, which has been termed in the media in their narrative as abortion, Johnson renounced abortion and leaves, becoming a pro-life, abolitionist.
While being "paid to be a corporate instrument of policy," Johnson was so convicted that she repented of her sin of overseeing the murder of thousands of American and began to cry out against it, leading an army of those already in the fight and encouraging others to stand against it, including pastors who are failing to speak out on abortion.
Listen to Abby at the Georgia Right to Life banquet in 2014 by clicking here.
Previously, Johnson had recalled that "all those babies... will be in the sewer system."
She confessed that she made an enemy of “one of the most powerful organizations on the planet.”
“Everything that they told us is a lie,” Ashley Bratcher, playing the part of Johnson, says in the emotional trailer.
"Now tell me, what does that mean to be noble? Your title gives you claim to the throne of our country, but men don't follow titles, they follow courage. Now our people know you. Noble, and common, they respect you. And if you would just lead them to freedom, they'd follow you. And so would I."
-William Wallace to Robert the Bruce (Braveheart)
Johnson has went from being a follower of baby murderers to be a leader of those holding forth the law of God and advancing the attack on those who are beheading, dismembering and brutally slaughtering the most innocent Americans among us.
Nearly 800 theaters plan to carry the film, which hits the big screen on March 29. “Unplanned” will be distributed by Pure Flix, which also theatrically distributed “God’s Not Dead,” according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The Hollywood Reporter went on to report on their interview with Lindell.
Michael Lindell, worth an estimated $300 million, tells The Hollywood Reporter he has plowed $1 million into Unplanned, an upcoming feature that was shot in secret due to its critical take on Planned Parenthood.
His investment amounts to one-sixth the entire production budget of Unplanned, which comes from some of the same filmmakers who were behind God's Not Dead and I Only Can Imagine, a couple of Christian films that did well at the box office, earning $61 million and $84 million, respectively.
Lindell also has a cameo in Unplanned that's sure to raise eyebrows in certain circles, as he is seen bulldozing a Planned Parenthood site to make way for the headquarters of an anti-abortion group called 40 Days for Life. "I'm pro-life and I'm happy to do it," Lindell says.
Unplanned is the second movie Lindell helped fund, the first being Church People, a Christian comedy starring Stephen Baldwin that is in postproduction. Lindell has a cameo in that film as well. "It was difficult. I have a spirit of unworthiness so I had to get over my shyness," he says.
"I don't get into things for the money; I get into them if the message is right," Lindell says.
Lindell has become a controversial figure among the political left, immune to calls from activist groups to yank his advertising from conservative talk-radio shows and The Ingraham Angle on Fox News after host Laura Ingraham insulted a survivor of a shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.
"When they tell me to back down, I double down, and my sales go up," says Lindell, who handed out 10,000 My Pillows to hurricane victims in Florida earlier this month.
Lindell, 57, is a former cocaine and alcohol addict who founded My Pillow in 2004. Today, he employs 1,600 people in Minnesota and he has sold 43 million of his open-cell, poly foam products, one of which President Donald Trump says he sleeps on at the White House. Lindell stood near Trump last month at the signing of a bill targeting opioid addiction.
"I've prayed about everything I've done," Lindell says. "I met Donald Trump before he was president and I didn't know a thing about politics. I walked out of his office thinking there was no better man in this world that I would like to be my president."
Following the Gosnell movie, starring Dean Cain, the baby murder mills and their accomplices, must be shaking in their boots at the prospect of one of their former leaders turning on them and calling them out for their crimes in front of millions of Americans.
Lindell is also planning to fund a movie based on his soon to be released book, "What are the Odds? From Crack Addict to CEO" with proceeds going to Lindell Foundation and Lindell Recovery Network, his charitable organizations.
"I can pretty much go on any channel and talk about Jesus or Donald Trump, and I don't get attacked like you would think because I'm straightforward and I tell it like it is," he says.
Thank God, there are men who put their money where their mouths are. I have people that I know who "put away over a hundred million dollars" to finance "Christian" movies, but when you ask for a tenth of it just to promote a good Christian film like "The Reliant," they don't even have time to watch the trailer.
Well done Michael Lindell! You are going to be investing in the lives of millions of people living now and those who might be spared a brutal death in the future. May God bless your efforts!Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook, Google Plus, & Twitter. You can also get Freedom Outpost delivered to your Amazon Kindle device here.