NETFLIX Kissing AOC’s Backside By Featuring Her In Brand New Documentary

The problem with any kind of service being such a juggernaut that they can pretty much dictate the ground rules is that there is nobody that can really try to counteract them.

They can also do whatever stupid stuff that they want and just look at you and say “well what are you going to do about it”?

Netflix is one of those type of groups. They are legitimately at the top of the streaming services heap but thankfully they have several competitors.

Over the past year and change they have done seemingly as many things as they can in order to offend as many people into cancelling their Netflix subscriptions.

For example, I have not had a Netflix sub in order a couple of years. It’s not like I am not entertained sufficiently on the go or at home. We have a room full of DVDs and whatnot that rivals a small video store.

Added to that, all hell broke loose the moment that my wife tauht me how to add movies to my phone. Which means that my reliance on Netflix is nothing. Even less now that they are kissing the backside of AOC

Via Western Journal:

Netflix paid $10 million to acquire the rights to an award-winning documentary that features Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York, according to a new report.

Deadline reported that the sum is a record for a documentary that came out of a film festival.

The documentary, “Knock Down the House,” won the Festival Favorite Award at the Sundance Film Festival.

Three other female liberal candidates were also part of the documentary, which was themed to show the difficulties faced by the Democratic women running for Congress in 2018:

• Democrat Cori Bush, who was defeated by incumbent Democrat Lacy Clay in Missouri’s 1st Congressional District.

• Democrat Amy Vilela, who lost a six-way primary in Nevada’s 4th Congressional District.

• Democrat Paula Jean Swearengin of West Virginia, who lost a Senate primary against incumbent Joe Manchin.

Ocasio-Cortez, however, rocketed to national headlines by defeating then-incumbent Rep. Joseph Crowley in a Democratic primary and then coasting in the general election against nominal Republican opposition in the heavily Democratic district.

Netflix said the documentary was about more than an election, according to The Wrap.

“It is a transcendent moment when skilled filmmakers are able to train their lens on a major transformation,” Lisa Nishimura, Netflix’s vice president of original documentaries, said.

“With intimacy and immediacy, Rachel Lears and Robin Blotnik, bring viewers to the front lines of a movement, as four women find their voice, their power and their purpose, allowing all of us to witness the promise of true democracy in action,” Nishimura said.


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