One million copies of the documentary film that presents evidence Barack Obama’s real father was Communist Party activist Frank Marshall Davis have been mailed to households in the crucial presidential-election swing state Ohio.

Filmmaker Joel Gilbert told WND his mass distribution of his documentary “Dreams from My Real Father” is an attempt to bypass an establishment media blackout.

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Despite the fact that the DVD of his film has been the No. 1 documentary on for weeks, Gilbert said, the establishment media “is still refusing to cover the film, so it remains hard to break through nationally.”

With a population of more than 11 million, Ohio has an estimated 4.5 million households.

Gilbert also has sent another 100,000 copies to New Hampshire, and he has plans to send 1 million to six more swing states.

His effort through his company, Highway 61 Entertainment, is governed by the 2010 Citizens United Supreme Court decision, which barred government from restricting independent political expenditures by corporations and unions.

In his film, he argues that Davis, the radical poet and journalist who was a card-carrying member of the Communist Party USA, was not only Obama’s ideological father but his biological father, not the Kenyan Barack Hussein Obama, who came from Africa in 1959 to attend the University of Hawaii.

“Barack Obama built his political career on personal appeal – the son of a Kenyan goat herder who stood above politics,” Gilbert explained.

“However, ‘Dreams from My Real Father’ demonstrates that Obama has a deeply disturbing family background, which he intentionally obscured, to hide a Marxist political foundation. ‘Dreams from My Real Father’ is the story Barack Obama should have told, revealing his true agenda for ‘fundamentally transforming America.’”

Doing the job for media won’t do

Gilbert said another reason the establishment media is reluctant to cover his findings is because it would expose the poor job they have done investigating Obama’s background.

“I have been to Hawaii twice researching Obama’s inspiring family story of a Kenyan goat herder father,” he said. “That is twice as many times as all of the mainstream media combined.

“Who could have imagined that news organizations with hundreds of reporters and multimillion-dollar budgets wouldn’t investigate a presidential candidate’s background in 2008 and would ignore doing so again in 2012?” he asked.

Gilbert told WND he believes the publicity resulting from the mailing of 1 million DVDs to Ohio will help “Dreams from My Real Father” remain relevant for years, whether or not Obama is reelected.

“The president of the United States promoted a false family background to hide a Marxist political foundation he received from his real father, a Communist Party USA propagandist,” he said.

DVD copies of 'Dreams from My Real Father'

“I think this should be a major news story of the young century, an example of investigative journalism by a grassroots film production company versus a corrupt and lazy mainstream media. The mainstream media would not do their jobs, so I did it for them.”

Not a sudden` phenomenon

Beginning this week, Gilbert began shipping the 1.1 million DVDs of “Dreams from My Real Father” directly to households throughout the states of Ohio and New Hampshire.

Gilbert understands that getting the American public to understand that the official Obama nativity story is a fabrication will not be an easy task.

“Obama’s election was not a sudden political phenomenon,” he explained. “It was the culmination of an American socialist movement that Frank Marshall Davis nurtured in Chicago and Hawaii and has been quietly infiltrating the U.S. economy, universities and media for decades.”

Gilbert told WND that plans are in the works to send millions more DVDs of “Dreams from My Real Father” across the nation.

“Immediate plans are in place to extend the free DVD mailer publicity program state by state, million by million, until the mainstream media covers it,” Gilbert stressed.

Worker prepares to mail out 'Dreams from My Real Father'

He said he plans next to mail a million DVDs to Florida, Virginia, Michigan, Wisconsin, Indiana and Illinois.

“We can manufacture and ship 1 million DVDs per day out of Southern California,” he explained.

“In the meantime, the 1 million DVD mailing to Ohio households, and 100,000 to New Hampshire, should force the mainstream media to pay attention. This will help expand the market for the film into television, video on demand and even internationally.”

Our only hope

As Gilbert explained in a video the effort to duplicate, package and prepare for mailing the first batch of 1 million DVDs.

“The media simply can’t ignore 1 million free DVDs to Ohio; it is very newsworthy,” Gilbert said. “I encourage everyone who gets a DVD in the mail to watch it, share it with friends and contact the news media to discuss the information in the film.”

His decision to mail 1 million DVD’s was announced July 19 at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.

“The video of my speech went viral on You Tube,” he said. “Shortly thereafter, we sent out around 200,000 free DVDs to Ohio and another 50,000 to Nevada.”

Gilbert told WND he hopes the 1 million DVD mailing to Ohio will stimulate “Dreams from My Real Father” sales, a television deal and possibly even a theatrical release in movie theaters around the nation.

He said he got the idea to mail out the DVDS when he received an email from a Vietnam veteran, Bern Nilson, in Denver that underscored the importance of the November election and the crucial role his film could play.

Nilson wrote: “We are on the verge of losing the Constitution. Freedom and liberty are in jeopardy. As a Vietnam war veteran, I ask, what did I fight for? Please, can you get this information out to millions? It is our only hope!”

See Joel Gilbert at the National Press Club:

Gilbert has added a “Breaking News” page to his website detailing the mailing of 1 million DVDs to Ohio and 100,000 to New Hampshire.

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