by John D. Guandolo
Sunday evening, Women for America First hosted a screening of the movie “Capitol Punishment” – called “the most censored film in American history” – at Glenn Beck’s Mercury Studio in Irving, Texas to a crowd of Texans who were both moved by the emotional power of the film and angered by the truth it revealed about what really took place in Washington, D.C. on January 6th 2021.
I was asked to attend the screening to participate in a panel discussion since I was at the Capitol on January 6th to pray for our nation and report on the events, and interviewed for the film.
The hosts, mother-daughter duo Amy and Kylie Kremer who founded Women for America First, are well-known within Patriot circles for founding the Tea Party Express, and for being the driving force behind many powerful Patriot events, including the event on the Ellipse in Washington, D.C. on January 6, 2021, where President Donald Trump delivered his speech.
“Capitol Punishment” was directed by Chris Burgard and produced by Nick Searcy. Nick, along with Amy and Kylie Kremer were the emcees for the event.
After Amy Kremer shared the backdrop of the January 6th event with the audience, Nick Searcy introduced singer/songwriter Brad Skistimas who sang his Patriot ballad “Silent War” for the audience. You can hear that song here.
Then we all watched “Capitol Punishment.” CAPITOL PUNISHMENT can be purchased here.
The panel discussion which followed reflected the audience’s sadness for where America finds itself today, and the anger of Patriots at our leaders who have intentionally brought our Republic to this unrecognizable place, and the apathy of many citizens.
Aaron Babbitt and Micki Witthoeft, Ashli Babbitt’s husband and mother, were special guests at the event and spoke to the audience about the importance of speaking truth regardless of the consequences. Micki and Aaron’s stories moved the audience and appeared to help many in attendance understand how tyrannical the U.S. federal government has become.
Ashli Babbitt was shot and killed by U.S. Capitol Police officer Michael Byrd, and was 1 of 4 Patriots who died January 6, 2021 in Washington, D.C. at the hands of the police that day.
Benjamin Phillips and Kevin Greeson suffered heart attacks when the U.S. Capitol Police hit them with flash bang grenades and tear gas while they were standing outside the U.S. Capitol shouting “USA, USA.”
According to witnesses and supporting videos, an unconscious Rosanne Boyland was severely beaten by Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) officer Lila Morris. An internal review by MPD’s Internal Affairs Bureau ruled Officer Lila Morris’ beating of an unconscious victim was “objectively reasonable.” See videos of Officer Morris beating Ms. Boyland here and here.
What several people in attendance at Sunday night’s event shared was most shocking to them, was how little they knew about what actually transpired on January 6th, especially (1) those killed and wounded by police on that day, (2) how well orchestrated many of the actions throughout the day were, and (3) how many people’s lives were destroyed by the federal government’s oppressive actions since that time.
The truth revealed in CAPITOL PUNISHMENT is a powerful blast into the festering mountain of lies and propaganda being spewed forth by the media and government officials about January 6th, which is the reason it is the most censored film in American history.
Congressman Troy Nehls is an outspoken critic of Nancy Pelosi’s January 6th investigation, and maybe that is the reason Nancy Pelosi’s Capitol Police Intel Detectives were inside Nehls’ office recently photographing documents they found “suspicious.” See the official statement from the Congressman here.
Understanding the Threat endorses “Capitol Punishment” and encourages Patriots to watch and share this film with as many friends as you are able.
Speaking truth boldly is a powerful weapon against the evil tyranny unfolding before us.