Saturday, March 10, 2012

The Pro-Sarah Palin Documentary You Want to See This Weekend

If, like me, you missed it last year when it launched in some cities and as a video selection, you'll get another chance to watch "The Undefeated" tomorrow night (Sunday) during its TV premiere on the ReelzChannel at  8 p.m. and 11 p.m. Eastern/ 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. Pacific.*

Producer, director, and writer, Stephen Bannon, made this documentary to chronicle Sarah Palin's "extraordinary record of accomplishments" in "a story of modern America and what one has to do to accomplish anything in this country."

Bannon regards Palin as "a significant cultural force and a significant political force" who will remain so "for many, many years." He told Jim Hoft at Gateway Pundit that he made this movie "for young women," as Hoft reported, "for the Americans who formed their opinion of Sarah Palin through state-run media outlets and Saturday Night Live skits." (Hoft's interview of Bannon is available here.)

This view of Sarah Palin is certain to diverge from that of Satuday Night Live, starring, as it does, Andrew Breitbart, Mark Levin, Kurt Gibson, Tammy Bruce, and plenty of others who formed very definite and highly informed impressions of Palin. The film also contains archived footage of herself.

I can't wait to watch it.

*Go here to find ReelzChannel on your TV [bottom right of page].

If you can't watch tomorrow night, there will be encore showings on Monday, March 12 (10 pm. Eastern/ 7 p.m. Pacific) and Sunday, March 25 (5:30 p.m. Eastern/ 2:30 p.m. Pacific).

Don't get ReelzChannel? No cable or satellite access? You might try streaming it at (I believe a free trial is available). Also, copies of "The Undefeated," are available at for as low as $11.49 new and $6.95 used. Trade-in discounts are also available.


  1. Is it anywhere else? I can't get that channel.

  2. @Odie -- You can stream it on Netflix, I just found out. Reelz is running the pro-Palin vid in competition with/piggybacking on the Palin hit piece on HBO last night.

  3. Hey thanks for this! We were able to watch it last night - with the 12 year old and 16 year old grandkids wandering in and out of the room peppering us with questions about Sarah Palin, about the Alaska Gas industry, etc. Gave us a great opportunity to talk about lies in the media, being skeptical of what one hears or sees reported, how real ethics work, why we are conservative, why we love Sarah, etc. It was great - thanks for spreading the word!

  4. @Tina -- Your welcome! We enjoyed it too.

    That documentary sure makes clear why the Powers That Be considered it imperative to destroy Palin's political standing and reputation. You can't cheat an honest woman, and you can't bribe her either.

    The elitists who bought into the Sarah Palin-is-a-stupid-hick meme hook, line, and sinker (or should I say stinker) would crawl under a rock if they knew how badly they have been used, which is why, I think, they won't permit themselves that realization.