2023 is the year conservatives broke into the mainstream pop culture.
Maybe the biggest example was the blockbuster movie hit Sound of Freedom.
And one NFL star just endorsed the Sound of Freedom in one amazing way.
Miami Dolphins star quarterback Tua Tagoviloa became the latest NFL player to endorse the Sound of Freedom.
Speaking to reporters at training camp Tagoviloa urged all reporters – especially those with children – to see the movie.
“Sound of Freedom is good,” Tagovailoa stated. “Yeah, Sound of Freedom is definitely really good. You guys should watch that. Especially you guys with kids.”
Tagoviloa joined Super Bowl champion and three-time Pro Bowl wide receiver Odell Beckam Jr. in promoting the movie as a must-see film.
Beckam was left speechless after watching the flick.
Sound of Freedom.
I don’t even kno what to say. That’s heavy.
— Odell Beckham Jr (@obj) August 10, 2023
The Sound of Freedom stars The Passion of the Christ actor Jim Caviezel as Timothy Ballard, an agent who left his job at Homeland Security to stage a rescue operation in South America that saved 55 children from child sex traffickers.
Ballard now runs Operation Underground Railroad, which continues the work of rescuing children from pedophiles around the globe.
Despite this movie being a true story the media sought to smear it as a conspiracy theory.
CNN guest Mike Rothschild falsely claimed the movie was catnip for QAnon adherents.
“You have a lot of people who are in this world of QAnon who say they don’t know what that is, they don’t know what that is, they’re just asking questions,” Rothschild began. “With Jim Caviezel, he is openly embracing it.”
“He is openly using its catch phrases and concepts. He’s speaking at QAnon conventions. And this film is being marketed to either specific QAnon believers or people who believe all the same tenets of QAnon, but claim they don’t know what it is,” Rothschild added.
“With something like Sound of Freedom,” Rothschild continued “it’s specifically looking at QAnon concepts of these child trafficking rings that are run by these high level elites and only people like Tim Ballard, and only people like Jim Caviezel, and by extension the ticket buyer can help bring these rings down.”
What really made liberals mad was the fact that they always considered pop culture their domain.
But the success of the Sound of Freedom, the Bud Light boycott, and chart-topping songs like “Try That in a Small Town” and “Rich Men North of Richmond” changed all that.