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Reverend CL Bryant’s Documentary “Runaway Slave” Tops the Charts
#1 Best Seller on Amazon.com
By Trey Grover on January 16, 2013
Washington, DC- FreedomWorks is thrilled to announce Reverend CL Bryant’s fearless new documentary, “Runaway Slave” premiered as the number one bestselling documentary on Amazon.com this week.
A one-time NAACP local chapter president, Reverend Bryant became a conservative activist after his realization that the entitlement mindset of the “progressive” black community is the equivalent of trading one form of tyranny for another. In the documentary, Reverend Bryant makes the argument that it’s time for a new “Underground Railroad” movement to help liberate all Americans from the contemporary form of a government-run plantation: entitlements.
“The remarkable success of the Runaway Slave documentary is exactly what the freedom movement needs to kick-off 2013,” commented Reverend CL Bryant. “Numbers don’t lie, the achievements of the Runaway Slave documentary symbolize the continual growth and support for freedom across America. Without liberty-minded individuals around the country consistently exposing the progressive agendas of the left, we the American people would become susceptible to an entitlement society completely controlled by a centralized government.”
The Runaway Slave documentary features interviews with a number of prominent conservatives who have contributed to the movement, including Glenn Beck, Deneen Borelli, Andrew Breitbart, Stephen Broden, Herman Cain, Kevin Daniels, Tony Katz, Alveda King, Star Parker, Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson, AlfonZo Rachel, Marvin Rogers, Erik Rush, Sonja Schmidt, K. Carl Smith, Thomas Sowell, Mason Weaver, David Webb, Congressman Allen West and Bill Whittle.
FreedomWorks is a grassroots service center to a community of over 2 million activists dedicated to advancing the ideas of individual liberty and constitutionally-limited government. For more information on the Runaway Slave documentary, please visit www.RunawaySlaveMovie.com, or contact Trey Grover at Tgrover@FreedomWorks.org.