Andrew Breitbart’s new film, Occupy Unmasked, promises to showcase the Occupy movement at its worst — with all of the drugs, violence, rapes and vandalism that have characterized the movement since its inception.
Breitbart previewed the film at CPAC in February and promised that it would expose the radical leftist agenda behind the movement.
It compiles extensive footage of Occupy protesters and attempts to undermine suggestions that the movement has a grassroots origins.
Director Stephen Bannon claims that Occupy didn’t just appear out of thin air on Sept. 17 of last year in New York’s Zuccotti Park.
He suggests that Occupy is funded by left-leaning groups such as the SEIU and those funded by George Soros.
Bannon and executive producer David Bossie appeared on Fox News Thursday night to offer an exclusive preview.
“What this film shows is the infrastructure behind the Occupy movement,” Bannon said. “The Tea Party has a huge victory in 2010. Aug. 4 is the first time we have a national debate about raising the debt ceiling, everything is talking about cutting the budget, about cutting these deficits, it is a narrative that President Obama cannot win on. Labor Day you have Jimmy Hoffa saying, ‘President Obama’ this is your army’.”
The film was dedicated to Breitbart following his sudden death.
Citizens United which produced the film says it will be released sometime in the near future.
The official trailer can be seen here.