(LAURA LOOMER) -- “It’s been exhausting, frankly,” Kathy Shell-Amidon told me. “I’m mad as hell.”
Amidon is a conservative activist. She worked alongside David Rosler, who for a time used the pseudonym Proe Graphique because he worked in the film industry, and created the Tea Party Fire Ants in 2013 to whip up online support for conservative causes. Amidon describes Rosler as a “brilliant strategist.” Now, they’re seeking funding for what Amidon describes as a new genre of exciting 3D Christian movies geared towards Millennials. She has been his associate producer since 2016, but has recently helped organize a series of pro-Trump music rallies, which will soon debut.