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John Ziegler presents
Sarah Palin with the
re-release version of DVD

CNN Co-host brags
about "assassination
of Sarah Palin"

Sarah Palin
endorses re-release
of Media Malpractice

The most talked about documentary of the 2008 election, “Media Malpractice… How Obama Got Elected and Palin Was Targeted” is in the process of being re-released and, for the first time, will shatter the mainstream’s censorship against conservative films by being carried in major storesand isalso now available nation-wide on Video-on-Demand. The new version of the DVD, complete with over 45 minutes of brand new special features, is now availableonline and in stores nationally via these and other outlets;

A limited number of the original DVD are available via this website with FREE shipping.

We expect that the number of stores carrying the DVD will increase once the film receives its anticipated response. If the particular store you visit does not carry the film for some reason, please request it!

As significant as being carried in major stores is, the most exciting part of this rerelease is the fact that the film itself in now available nation-wide and is accessible in more than 80 million homes. If your cable system has Video On Demand, there is a 90 percent chance that “Media Malpractice” is, or soon will be, offered to you “on demand.” If that is not the case, please contact your cable provider and ask them to rectify that. “Media Malpractice” is now available on demand with the following operators:

  • Cox
  • DISH Network IPVOD
  • Insight
  • Mediacom
  • RCN

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The journey of this film (which was introduced on the Today Show in 2009 and features the most comprehensive interview ever done with Sarah Palin about the 2008 election) has been incredibly difficult. But now, finally, it’s extremely important message has the opportunity to be seen by millions of Americans who have been previously shielded from the real truth of how the results of the 2008 election came to be. As talk begins to turn to 2012 and President Obama’s run for reelection (potentially against Sarah Palin), we hope that you will take advantage of this unique situation by spreading the word about this timely, controversial, prescient and entertaining documentary.

If you would like to interview the filmmaker John Ziegler, please email talktozig@aol.com