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Michael Bay Sells Anti-Trump Dystopian Film To Universal

Michael Bay, the billion dollar director of 13 Hours: Secret Soldiers of Benghazi, has sold an anti-Trump themed movie to Universal Pictures.

The movie is titled Little America. This new project genuflects to China in much the same way that Transformers: Age of Extinction did in the final act of that movie.

And, as originally reported here by The Hollywood Reporter, Little America is sci-fi action movie set “in a dystopian future where a Donald Trump-like president has bankrupted America and China has called in its debts. The Asian giant now owns the U.S., and many Americans have emigrated to China looking for work. In this new world, a former American Force Recon member is hired by a Chinese billionaire to go into an American ghetto and rescue his daughter.”

Americans are the new immigrants/refugees fleeing a failed America in need of Chinese compassion. What a clever ploy to convince Americans that we need endless immigration. Just add a quick role reversal! Still think immigration isn’t vital to globalist elites?

Who better to lecture us on Trump’s “scary” economic and immigration policies than a relatively unknown British writer/director Rowan Athale. Athale wrote the script and will direct Little America. Fun.

I’ve had experience working with Bay’s production company Platinum Dunes in the past on a household name blockbuster movie. And though Platinum Dunes is not among the worst of the worst as far as pushing Cultural Marxism goes, I think this decision to shop an anti-Trump project leaves us with some interesting questions, such as:

Is Michael Bay virtue signaling to Hollywood elites that, yeah, he too can play the anti-Trump game after getting heat for making 13 Hours?

Was 13 Hours just pre-election opportunism to exploit the heroes of Benghazi?

Is Little America pandering to Hillary Clinton’s crybully supporters and Chinese moviegoers?  

Why, at the very least, didn’t Bay select an anti-Trump script from the vast crop of American Trump haters?

Does Bay think people will line up to see a movie that takes a veiled swipe at President Trump’s America First policies?

Really makes you think.

As Hollywood’s failures continue to pile high, there will be a reckoning and there will be daring executives, producers and agents who finally get it: Americans don’t want anymore of this left wing crap, even if the communist Chinese movie market and Chinese investors do.  

Not to worry, I have an available movie project (coming soon to a Kindle near you) that’s a much better fit for Michael Bay, as soon as he or anyone else in Hollywood wake up and develop original projects for the millions of Americans who backed President Trump.

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