Elon Musk Recommends Jim Caviezel’s Movie On Child Trafficking Be Streamed On Twitter

In a reply to a tweet, Elon Musk recommends that Jim Caviezel’s movie on child trafficking be streamed on Twitter for free for a brief period.

Twitter owner Elon Musk has encouraged Angel Studios to stream Sound of Freedom, its upcoming movie about child trafficking starring Jim Caviezel, on the platform.

“I recommend putting it on this platform for free for a brief period or just asking people to subscribe to support (we would not keep any funds),” Musk tweeted Tuesday night.

Twitter currently offers $2.99, $4.99, or $9.99 monthly subscription rates. 

Sound of Freedom will be released across the U.S. on July 4. Produced by Catholic human rights activist Eduardo Verástegui, it is based on the life of Tim Ballard, a former CIA agent who founded Operation Underground Railroad in 2013 to root out trafficking efforts across the world. 

During an interview with Steve Bannon last month, Caviezel cryptically remarked that the film essentially depicts real-life events. “Epstein Island isn’t the only island out there where they have … children,” he said. 

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