‘District of Corruption’ Exposes the Players in Washington, D.C.

Judicial Watch has teamed with Victory Film Group and Stephen K. Bannon, the stalwart award-winning writer/director of “Occupy Unmasked” and “The Undefeated,” to produce a compelling documentary exposing the corruption that has snaked through the last three presidential administrations.

“District of Corruption,” which opened Friday in Phoenix at the AMC Desert Ridge 18, and is also playing at the AMC Lennox Town Center 24 in Columbus, Ohio, is produced in association with Constant Motion Entertainment. The film focuses on the enduring and epic battle Judicial Watch, the nation’s most powerful watchdog organization, has waged against government scandal, secrecy and corruption, with special emphasis on the constant scandals of the Obama Administration, including Operation Fast and Furious, illegal alien amnesty, election integrity, crony capitalism and bailouts and Solyndra.

There is little doubt U.S. citizens are growing increasingly disturbed about the corruption in Washington; on Election Day 2012, Judicial Watch and Breitbart News commissioned a survey of voters with Public Opinion Strategies on the issues of government corruption and secrecy. According to the survey, corruption in the federal government is a serious concern among voters, with 85 percent saying they are “concerned” and 53 percent saying they are “very concerned.”

And Judicial Watch has been tenacious about fighting corruption; they have filed 950 Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests and more than 90 lawsuits against the Obama administration on issues ranging from Obamacare to the continued funding of the criminal ACORN network; from tracking Wall Street bailout money to the unconstitutional use of czars; and to the attacks on the integrity of our nation’s elections.


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