Today is the last day of the runoff in Georgia and we're sharing exclusive access to our friend Greg Palast's vital film: Vigilante: Georgia's Vote Suppression.
Vigilante: Georgia’s Vote Suppression, narrated by Rosario Dawson, gives the real story of what’s going down in the rotten Peach State, from one of my favorite investigative reporters, Greg Palast, the author The Best Democracy Money Can Buy.
Go to VigilanteMovie.com for your free link--for this week only, through Sunday. After that, you can’t see it at all until its commercial release next year. But producer Martin Sheen wants you to see it this week so you’ll know why Raphael Warnock is not waltzing back into the Senate.
This short doc is a funny, dark story of the new Jim Crow in Georgia, and as Martin Sheen says in the intro, the latest in vote trickery that’s coming to a state near you.
Featuring LaTosha Brown of Black Voters Matter — and a guy who dresses up like Doc Holliday, six-gun and all—a Chairman of the Georgia Republican Party who hunts down Black voters and cancels their vote. You know Palast as the guy in the fedora you see on Democracy Now who wrote The Best Democracy Money Can Buy.
Watch the trailer—then catch the film:
Really, you can't miss this! And if you're in Georgia, GO VOTE!