On Sunday, FOX News re-broadcast Sean Hannity's one-hour special about "The Hope and the Change." The documentary is about independent and Reagan Democrat voters who cast their ballots for Barack Obama in 2008 and will not do so in 2012. These voters feel betrayed by Obama's false promises of hope and lofty rhetoric.
When it first aired in late August, the one-hour special was the most-watched such FOX News special program in the network's history. It's re-broadcast may have reminded Obama 2008 voters that Obama has tried to sweet talk them into voting for again in the campaign's final weeks, despite his false promises and lack of accomplishments.
In the special, Hannity proclaims the movie, directed by Stephen K. Bannon and produced by Citizens United, is "the most powerful documentary I’ve ever seen in my life."
Pat Caddell, the former Jimmy Carter adviser who has railed against the establishments of both parties for leaving working class Americans behind, consulted on the film, proving the film was not a propaganda piece but a genuine documentary that gave voice to voters so often ignored by both parties and the elite mainstream media.
Caddell told Breitbart News the movie was "meant to give them a voice for why they felt they felt let down after voting for Obama."
"It was allowing those voters who have no voice in this country because of the elite media and political class to actually speak powerfully about what they believe," Caddell said.