It’s called “Unfair,” it’s 90 minutes long, and after viewing it you will have a new appreciation not for the Internal Revenue Service but for how corrupt an organization the nation’s tax collecting agency is. The documentary film, which is slated to run one night only, sheds new light on the damage the Income Tax and the IRS have wrought on our liberties, our businesses, our families, and our religious, charitable and civic organizations.
The film’s executive producer, John Sullivan, lists among his credits “2016: Obama’s America” and “Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed.” Director Judd Saul has won a number of awards. A previous documentary of his, Frag, changed the professional video gaming industry.
“Unfair, the Movie” will tell stories of betrayal, corruption, intimidation and the harsh personal, economic and political realities of forced compliance upon the American way of life, as well present a unique ending featuring a real solution.
The film is scheduled to air Oct. 14 — in three days. Tickets can be purchased here.