UNFAIR THE MOVIE is bringing to light the lawlessness of the IRS with their one-day movie event on October 14th in theaters. Check it out…
By Bob Eschliman
The Internal Revenue Service is easily one of – if not the – most despised government agencies in the United States, and for good reason. As the current congressional investigations into the IRS’s impact on the 2012 General Election continues, it seems there is a new reason for outrage daily.
But the problems with the IRS go much deeper than Lois Lerner, missing emails and destroyed computer hard drives – much, much deeper.
Conservative activist, political operative, and radio host Craig Bergman has a new documentary film that exposes the truth about the IRS and its lawlessness. “UnFair,” which was directed by Bergman’s partner at Gadsden Films, Judd Saul, will have a nationwide release, appearing on more than 1,000 screens in about 700 cinemas across the United States at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 14.
“UnFair” is an absolute must-watch for every American, regardless of one’s political or religious persuasion. You will not want to miss it and you will want to bring every patriotic American you can find to the show.
Over the course of several weeks, Bergman and Saul traveled the country with a film crew, interviewing major organizations – such as Americans for Tax Reform, the National Organization for Marriage, the NRA, and Judicial Watch, just to name a few – as well as grassroots activist groups. Every one of them was targeted for scrutiny by the IRS for their political activity.
“UnFair” also tells the stories of just a few of those who were just carrying on with their everyday lives, but later saw those lives were upended and nearly destroyed by IRS abuses of power.
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You can click here to get your tickets and find a theater showing the film near you. Remember, this is a ONE NIGHT ONLY event. So make sure you come out with your friends and family to see it on Tuesday, October 14th at a participating theatre. You can also help bring this important film to others by becoming a theatre captain here.