Hollywood is trying to shut down VidAngel! Protect your right to filter movies!
Liberal elites believe firmly in their right to disassociate from certain groups of people or conscientiously abstain from attending events they find distasteful –-such as the inauguration of a Republican president.
But when it comes to the right of Christians to abstain from participating in gay “marriages,” liberals heap on the fines. Now it would seem that some in Hollywood are fighting to eliminate the right of Christians to choose what they see and hear in the privacy of their own homes.
Recently, VidAngel, the wildly popular video-filtering service, has been sued by heavyweights in Hollywood such as Disney, LucasFilm, 20th Century Fox, and Warner Brothers. If VidAngel loses this fight, it could mean the end of video filtering entirely.
Please sign this petition to Disney, LucasFilm, 20th Century Fox, and Warner Brothers to drop this baseless lawsuit immediately and respect the rights of movie viewers to choose what they watch and listen to in private.
This suit has no legal standing. In 2005, Congress passed the Family Movie Act, which allows individuals to filter movies viewed privately in their homes. Just as a director gets to decide what goes into a movie, a family at home gets to decide what to mute or skip. Additionally, VidAngel purchases every movie it rents out (just like Redbox does). The only difference is that VidAngel buys the movies online and with the ability to filter offensive content.
But Redbox isn’t being sued and VidAngel is. We need to stand up to Hollywood and demonstrate that we will fight to protect our right to choose what we see and hear. Conscientious American movie-watchers should be able to control what they allow their families to see and hear at home. It is no business of Hollywood to determine which words or images we want to exclude from our entertainment.
Let’s stand together to fight back against Hollywood.
Sign this petition now!
Drop the lawsuit against VidAngel