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The Sad Saga of Tom Flanagan

Canadian Kathy Shadie writes to inform us of a new documentary from a relatively new website that details what happened to Tom Flanagan, a political operative who helped engineer the election victory of conservatives in Canada. If you think what happened to Liz Mair was unfair, your blood will boil over what happened to Flanagan.

Kathy writes:

You guys -- my American friends -- might not recognize the name Dr. Tom Flanagan, but up here in Canada, he's a political legend.

He was the backroom "brains" behind what many said couldn't be done in "L/liberal" Canada:

The grassroots conservative movement that eventually saw Steven Harper get elected (and reelected) Prime Minister.

But one day, in the time it took him to drive home from a speaking engagement, Tom Flanagan was tossed under the bus by the same people he put in power.

A new -- and very timely -- documentary looks into what happened.

Here's the trailer:

TheRebel.media is Ezra Levant's new Canadian conservative media venture you might have heard about via Ricochet and PJMedia  -- the one that crowdfunded all their cameras, computers and mics in around 48 hours.

It's been a going concern for just over a month, and now TheRebel.media is presenting its first longform doc, "Flanagan," this Sunday, March 22.

So...Was this political correctness gone mad yet again? A Shakespearean tragedy for our times? Or should a "genius" like Flanagan have known better than to go too far?

Given what just happened with Liz Mair, "Flanagan" will give American viewers something to think about.

Here's the full length documentary, courtesy of TheRebel.media.