Vigilante & Best Democracy DVD Combo
And there’s the hidden story of Brian Kemp, scion of the family that was the first to bring captive Africans to Georgia.
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Martin Sheen, George DiCaprio & Stephen Nemeth
Academy Award Winner Maria Florio
About The Best Democracy Money Can Buy:
A Film by Greg Palast
Featuring Ice T, Richard Belzer, Ed Asner, Willie Nelson and Rosario Dawson
How Trump’s Billionaire Buddies Stole the 2016 Election
Help us fund our continued investigations of ‘their’ vote-swiping schemes and the Sugar-Daddies who fund them.
Follow gonzo investigative reporter Greg Palast (BBC, Rolling Stone) as he busts the New Klux Klan – the billionaire bandits that purged one million voters of color that stole the White House. With the help of Willie Nelson, Rosario Dawson, and detectives Ice-T and Richard Belzer, Palast tracks down the secret billionaires behind Donald Trump.
His investigation goes from the Arctic where Palast is clued in to the heist by a foul-mouthed Eskimo, then on to a speed boat to a high class event in the Hamptons, and finally a jump on the ballot rustler known as “The Vulture.” With Palast’s inimitable style and cartoons by the man who drew “Who Framed Roger Rabbit,” this is not just a documentary – it is a non-fiction, real life, high stakes detective mission.
Palast, says Jim Hightower, is “[a] cross between Sam Spade and Sherlock Holmes” and this investigation shows just how true that statement is. Joined by his sidekick Ms. Badpenny, Palast names the ballot bandits and shines a light on the shadowy tactics employed by the GOP officials that do their bidding. Greg Palast is an investigative reporter for the BBC and the Guardian who busted Katherine Harris’ fake felon purge that stole the election for Bush in 2000. His work has been called “courageous reporting” (Michael Moore) that is funny, heartbreaking, and loaded with “facts like hand grenades” (John Pilger)