Phil Robertson has a new documentary out that promises to be bolder than anything we have seen or heard from the Duck Dynasty star to date.
According to Brietbart Torchbearer is directed and produced by Stephen K. Bannon along with David Bossie, Dan Fleuette. It was written by Bannon, Zach Dasher, and Breitbart News Senior West Coast Editor Rebecca Mansour.
The film made its debut in select theaters on October 7. It will be followed by the release to digital and view on demand platforms such as Comcast, Dish, iTunes, Amazon just to name a few.
In an intriguing interview with Breitbart News, the patriarch of the Robertson dynasty made some profound statements.
“Everyone who sins breaks the law. In fact, sin is lawlessness. As the documentary makes clear, once you move your anchor – that is, the anchor of virtue, morality, and freedom – once you remove that, then you start seeing stuff like this pop up all over the United States. We’re on a downward spiral.
“I personally think old Thomas Jefferson had it right. Now, listen to this: “God, who gave us life, also gave us liberty. Can the liberties of a nation be thought secure, when we have removed their only firm basis – a conviction in the minds of the people that these liberties are the gift of God? That they are not to be violated but with His wrath? Indeed, I tremble for my country when I reflect that God is just, and that His justice cannot sleep forever.”
“That pretty well was a prophetic from one, Thomas Jefferson, who wrote our Declaration of Independence, who made clear we were saying to the world, especially the Brits, that our rights come from God, not from you, King George.
Robertson believes that Torchbearer is an important film.
“Our Founding Fathers warned us, repeatedly, to never let this day come, but the day has now come upon us.”
Robertson is quick to point out that the Democratic Party ran God out of their platform. Not only that, but he makes the case that if the Evil One is the Father of Lies, as we are told by Jesus, then Hillary Clinton is living proof of it.
The message of the film? After 200 years we’ve lost our way. Like empires before us, we have forgotten God. It’s the filmmakers’ hope that this documentary will lay out a case for turning back to our roots of faith.
It’s daring enough for a film to unashamedly proclaim the gospel of Christ. This film however, takes on an even more taboo subject–ISIS. In this no-holds-barred approach, that Phil Robertson is known for, he tackles the issues of our day with fearless truthfulness.
Check here, to see if it is in a theater near you.