The filmmaker behind a controversial, and maligned, documentary alleging that Barack Obama’s father was not a student from Kenya but rather a prominent Hawaiian communist leader has mailed nearly three million copies of his movie to voters in key swing states.
“It’s shocking that in the land of the First Amendment, in the ‘information age’ no less, a state of censorship exists on so many levels in the American media today,” Joel Gilbert told WND.comregarding the media’s response to his movie about Obama and his ties to communist Frank Marshall Davis.
Gilbert sent 2.7 million DVD copies of his documentary, “Dreams from My Real Father,” to voters in Florida (1.5 million), Colorado (700,000), and Iowa (500,000). Last month he made a similar move, sending 1.38 million copies to those in Ohio, 100,000 to voters in New Hampshire, and another 80,000 to those in Nevada.
That brings the total number of DVDs sent to over four million.