Is there anything more frightening to the American political left and their high media priests of the woke world than Black Americans who think for themselves and refuse to kneel?
Turning the Black Lives Matter narrative on its head
Mercatornet - August 27, 2020
It seems that everything that the Black Lives Matter movement stands for has been corroborated. Black people are victims who are doomed to be oppressed by systemic racism in American society.
It’s a difficult moment to watch a documentary which stands the BLM narrative on its head. But perhaps it’s the best moment, because the contrast between two worldviews is so stark.
Filmmaker Justin Malone's documentary showcases stories of Black conservative thinkers
The Washington Times - August 16, 2020
Jolted by an MSNBB host’s hostile treatment of the late Herman Cain in a 2011 interview, filmmaker Justin Malone set out on a path bucking the media establishment that has led him to directing this year’s surprise hit documentary “Uncle Tom.”
This video of black Americans talking about Trump is inspiring.
The Right Scoop - August 12, 2020
A deleted scene from the movie “Uncle Tom” was posted on Youtube and it features black Americans, who just left a visit with Trump at the White House, talking about the experience and why they support Trump
‘Uncle Tom’: A Quiet Earthquake
Townhall - July 27, 2020
Albert Einstein once said that if he had an hour to solve a problem, he’d spend 55 minutes thinking about the problem, and five thinking about the solution. The “race problem” in America is pretzeled into such a Gordian knot because we’ve spent decades thinking up solutions to a problem that no longer exists. And it’s not working.
Black oppression is dead in America. The good guys won.
Larry Elder Documentary Gains Popularity On IMDB
The Daily Wire - July 26, 2020
Uncle Tom, the new documentary from conservative commentator Larry Elder, has been gaining popularity on IMDB despite it being largely ignored by the mainstream media. According to Newscasters, Elder’s documentary is “currently ranked first in popularity" in IMDB’s documentary sub-category.
Black support for Trump could double what it was in 2016
In today's climate, many Americans can feel the deep cultural divide that seems to have seeped its way into every corner of day to day life. But for Larry Elder, a bestselling author and nationally syndicated radio talk show host, being attacked for simply speaking his mind is nothing new.
In his new documentary, Uncle Tom, he and a number of influential figures including Thomas Sowell, Walter Williams, and Candace Owens, among others, speak about the difficulty of being Black conservatives in America.
Uncle Tom shows another side of the African-American story
Spectator - July 7, 2020
Although it finished production months before George Floyd was killed, the documentary Uncle Tom, produced by Larry Elder, has been released bang in the middle of the Black Lives Matter protest explosion.
But in the face of this unrest, Uncle Tom—which bills itself as ‘an oral history of the American black conservative’—shows a side of the African-American community that is often overlooked by the media.
What frightens the American left: new documentary 'Uncle Tom'
Chicago Tribune - July 1, 2020
No. Black people who become conservatives and dare question Democratic Party policies, from social programs to public education, are a threat to control. And so, they are demeaned by Democratic politicians and either ignored outright or marginalized as race traitors, sellouts and “Uncle Toms.”