Tuesday, March 16, 2021

Hunter Biden Movie Announced

 This should be fun.

Hunter Biden’s wild life and corrupt business dealings are slated to get the Hollywood treatment in the newly announced feature film “My Son Hunter.”  The movie will be a biopic of Hunter Biden chronicling his elitist party lifestyle, dodgy business dealings, family drama, and corruption. 

The husband and wife filmmaking team, Ann McElhinney and Phelim McAleer, will raise $2.5 million dollars in the next 60 days to fund My Son Hunter through grassroots donations and if successful it will be the largest crowdfunding ask for a film in history. 

“The media and big tech covered up the bombshell report by The New York Post that showed the depth of corruption in the Biden family,” explained “My Son Hunter” producer Phelim McAleer.  “The truth deserves to be told and it needs to be seen by as many people as possible.  An entertaining and enjoyable movie is the best way to tell the story of the Biden family’s corruption and to ensure as many people are educated about this as possible.  If the media won’t do their jobs, we’ll do it for them.”

Actors in the film have yet to be announced but Laurence Fox who is best known for his roles in “Victoria” and “Becoming Jane” and who is also the controversial leader of the United Kingdom’s Reclaim Party, has told The Telegraph he has been approached is considering playing the role of Hunter Biden.

Donors can join the campaign to fund the movie by donating online at MySonHunter.com.  In exchange for their donations, some donors will receive exclusive merchandise from the film.  

McAleer and McElhinney are some of the world’s most successful crowdfunders, having raised over $2.3 million for their abortion film “Gosnell” which recently was the first political movie to be screened at the Trump White House.  It opened in over 700 theaters. McAleer’s play “FBI Lovebirds: Undercovers” with Dean Cain (Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman) was the first play performed at CPAC.  


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