Washington, DC – David N. Bossie, President of Citizens United Productions, today announced the launch of “Fast Terry” a new controversial documentary that will shed light on the business dealings of Bill and Hillary Clinton confidant Terry McAuliffe. The 30-minute film is available for free online at FastTerry.com and will be broadcast on three Virginia stations starting on August 1st.
“Fast Terry,” written and directed by Jason Killian Meath (King of Bain) and produced by David N. Bossie (Hillary The Movie), finally sheds light on a man who has embellished his business record. Terry McAuliffe has been a flamboyant political fundraiser who built his businesses and wealth through political connections. From chief fundraiser for the Democratic Party, to the Clintons’ right hand man, McAuliffe has profited from being at the center of power. “Fast Terry” exposes how Terry McAuliffe’s politically motivated business decisions and empty promises have impacted the lives of Americans from Franklin, Virginia to Tunica, Mississippi.
“Terry McAuliffe has embellished his business record and has used his political connections to get ahead,” said Producer David N. Bossie. “In ‘Fast Terry’ you will hear the firsthand accounts of people who have been negatively affected by the business practices of Terry McAuliffe.”
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“’Fast Terry’ is a documentary of heartache,” said writer/director Jason Killian Meath. “This film shows how bad business decisions can have a detrimental effect on small town America.”
Citizens United Productions has licensed “Fast Terry” to three broadcast stations in Southern Virginia. “Fast Terry” will air a total of 60 times from August 1, 2013 through November 4, 2013, in a total of 700,000 cumulative Virginian households.
Citizens United Productions, the country’s leading conservative filmmaker, is the production company behind “Hillary the Movie,” the film that brought about the landmark First Amendment Supreme Court decision in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission. In total, Citizens United has produced 23 highly regarded feature-length documentary films including “The Hope and The Change,” “Occupy Unmasked,” “Our Sacred Honor,” “Generation Zero,” “Fire from the Heartland,” and “America at Risk” as well as the award winning films “The Gift of Life” with Governor Mike Huckabee, “Perfect Valor,” with Senator Fred Thompson, and “Nine Days That Changed The World,” and “Ronald Reagan: Rendezvous With Destiny,” with Newt and Callista Gingrich.