New film produced by Bernie Olaf and The Strasson Group will investigate potential bias and wrongdoing by top government officials during the 2016 U.S. presidential elections.
The Strasson Group-a Houston-based film company-is set to release their second major film, ‘American Deep State.’ The film has garnered a wave of support from Facebook and Twitter users with over 112,000 likes and follows on Facebook alone. It was this excited group of fans that urged Olaf and The Strasson Group to produce the film that is set to be released later this summer.
Did in fact, the FBI and the U.S. Justice Department collude to try and help Clinton and the democrats win the 2016 general election? According to Olaf, there is no question that there was a bias to help Clinton win the election from within U.S. bureaucratic institutions. “Most people are not aware of all the facts from the inspector general of the U.S. Justice Department,” Olaf remarked. “It is our intention that ‘American Deep State’ sheds light on these facts for the American people,” he continued.
Peter Strzok, Butch Otter, Andrew McCabe and Lisa Page, all government officials were obligated to remain politically neutral and not to collude and aid Clinton in bringing down then presidential candidate Trump. “It’s sad to see how just a few bad apples at the top of the institutions have tarnished the image of these great institution of ours,” said Olaf.
Because deep state is one of the most talked about topics since the inauguration of current president Donald J. Trump, ‘American Deep State’ is sure to do well at the box office this summer. Opinion polls since March 2017 show just how popular this topic is among most Americans. “We were overwhelmed by the demand from our fans-democrat and republican alike- to uncover the truth,” Olaf remarked.
Most local, national and international news organizations have discussed the existence of a deep state in one way or another. Countries like Egypt and Turkey have a far more powerful deep state presence, but the producers are unsure if they’ll bring these countries into the discussion. According to Olaf, people in America as well as in other countries need more information and he and The Strasson Group look forward to telling this story.
The film has garnered a wave of support from Facebook and Twitter users with over 112,000 likes and follows on Facebook alone. It was this excited group of fans that urged Olaf and The Strasson Group to produce the film.
More about the film is online at http://www.americandeepstate.com/.