Tuesday, May 31, 2016

EPIX Stops Airing Fraudulant Documentary 'Under the Gun'

From Bearing Arms

Just two weeks after first airing and one week after director Stephanie Soechtig and executive producer/narrator Katie Couric were caught in a scandal where Soechtig replaced the answer to a question with footage shot at a different time, the streaming media channel EPIX has pulled their original film.

Update: EPIX claims that this was part of their original plan, but to have it removed so suddenly is still very shady.
Couric must be as bad of a negotiator as she is an ethical journalist to only have a two-week premium run for a high profile 2016 documentary on a topic that defines the single most striking policy difference between Democrat frontrunner Hillary Clinton, who is rabidly anti-gun, and presumptive Republican nominee, Donald Trump, who is staking out the position of being a strong supporter of the right to keep and bear arms.
Do you buy EPIX’s claim that they only had this movie about such a timely and important subject scheduled for a two-week run?
Me either.


  1. The biggest fraud was portraying this 'hit piece' as a documentary in the first place. I've already asked on several other sites for perky Katie to explain what her end goal was and who paid for it. Haven't seen any answer yet.