'My Son Hunter' Filmmakers To Tell Story On Laptop & Biden Family Business Deals

Jessica Kramer | March 19, 2021

Remember when the mainstream media and big tech censored the Hunter Biden scandal and helped then Vice-President Joe Biden get elected? Well, two Irish filmmakers inspired by a Media Research Center study have decided to take the unreported story to the big screen. 

Phelim McAleer and Ann McElhinney are no strangers to taking on controversial projects. The married couple previously made the film Gosnell: The Trial of America's Biggest Serial Killer a 2018, crowd funded drama based on the real-life abortionist and convicted murderer Kermit Gosnell.

Now the couple is taking on the scandalous Biden story with “My Son Hunter.”

“This Hunter Biden movie is going to be very similar in quite a few ways, to what we did in Gosnell, because in the very same way with Gosnell, where this shocking story was completely suppressed, here we have it again,” McElhinney told MRCTV.

“There's talk about a son who has a drug problem, who suddenly has been chosen to be on the board of an energy company in the Ukraine to being paid fifty thousand dollars a month. I mean, are you kidding me?”

The media refusal to cover the discovery of Hunter Biden’s laptop and the information it contained on Biden family business dealings will be part of the storyline.

“Not only not cover it, they suppressed it,” McAleer said.

“People know they’re being fed a load of nonsense, people know the truth is being suppressed and that’s why they have responded so quickly and so well to our crowd funding campaign.”

“People want the media to be exposed as well as the Biden family corruption,” McElhinney added.

MRCTV spoke with both McAleer and McElhinney about the new film project and how people can help finance it. Check out the video above.