Disruptive Presidents & The Hollywood Connection
In the past 50 years, the two most disruptive American Presidents have both had Hollywood backgrounds.
Ronald Reagan and Donald Trump.
Why are the most influential politicians the ones with extensive careers and success in Hollywood?
Because they understand the power of stories.
Storytelling is one of the most important abilities of a political organization. Even when stories are used to give false information, they can sway a nation.
But when Presidents like Ronald Reagan and Donald Trump combine their storytelling abilities with real world facts and data, they become unstoppable forces that create lasting presidential legacies.
Storytelling, filmmaking and creating non-political content is perhaps the greatest tool we can use for political and cultural change.
What if instead of donating billions of dollars into non-profit political organizations we invested billions of dollars into a marketplace free of Hollywood's chains that trains storytellers to create culturally impactful stories and raise up actors and celebrity influencers who don't have to fear cancel culture just for speaking their mind?
This is what we are doing with LOOR. We firmly believe that we cannot win elections by political talk shows alone. We need video games, movies, TV shows and music.
LOOR allows for the building of culture, free of cancellation. The ability to create an unchained culture is perhaps one of the most dangerous weapons conservatives have never had.
I like the silver screen as much as the next guy. But let’s face it. As long as there are slack-jawed idiots who go to movies, at-home streaming will always beat the theater experience.
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