‘Sound of Freedom’ star shocks Kilmeade with why Trump must win: ‘I did not know that’

“Fox & Friends” host Brian Kilmeade appeared visibly shocked when “The Sound of Freedom” star Jim Caviezel informed him that President Trump was with him the previous night to view the blockbuster breakout film.

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The actor was on the show to promote the movie which has now raked in over $100 million. It’s a smash at the box office and will pull in much more as it goes to streaming services.

In the movie, Caviezel plays the part of Tim Ballard, the founder and former CEO of Operation Underground Railroad which sends operatives across the globe to rescue children being trafficked. The anti-human trafficking activist contends there are currently two million children being victimized in the trade.

The left has attempted to tie the movie to QAnon and are calling it conspiratorial to discredit it but Ballard and Operation Underground Railroad have never been part of the movement. The movie has a strong appeal to conservatives and parents who are currently standing against gender politics being forced on children. They are actively fighting against what they see as child abuse and victimization.

Caviezel and filmmaker Eduardo Verástegui, who previously served on Trump’s Advisory Commission on Hispanic Prosperity, both sat down with Kilmeade. As he was wrapping up the interview, he asked Caviezel, “And we could be doing more, right, Jim?”

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“Oh, yeah. We have to do a lot more. And we got to start with Donald Trump,” he responded.

Kilmeade asked him, “What do you mean?”

“Well, he’s got to be in there because he’s going to go after the traffickers,” Caviezel replied.

“Do you think he understands that?” a clueless and flustered Kilmeade asked.

“We were with him last night in Bedminster,” the actor told him.

“Oh, I didn’t know that,” Kilmeade stated. “He’s going to be moved to do this… do something.”

“This is the new Moses. I mean, I’m still Jesus, but he’s the new Moses. … Pharaoh, let my children go free,” the actor said to laughter at his reference to playing Jesus Christ in Mel Gibson’s “The Passion.”

Kilmeade once again appeared shocked by the reference.

Trump hosted a screening of the film “Sound of Freedom” at his golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey, on Wednesday night.

“Thank you all so much, that was incredible,” Trump said following the screening of the film, according to Newsweek. “Jim, that was unbelievable. … You made this the hottest movie anywhere in the world.”

It’s something that I’m not sure if you’re supposed to enjoy or learn, it’s a combination, but that was a great movie,” Trump added. “Now I understand why it’s doing so well. It’s setting records by the way, it’s eating the biggest movies out there, they have some of the big summer blockbusters and this is knocking the socks off of them. So that’s pretty good. I hope everybody had a fantastic time, I did, It’s an incredible inspiration. You guys do something very special.”

Kilmeade was torched on social media:

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