Anti-Obama DVD Mailed To 1.5M Voters
1.5 million voters, most of them in Ohio. The video claims that the president's real father was the late Frank Marshall Davis, a Chicago writer with affiliations to the Communist Party.
The film's director and producer, Joel Gilbert, said that the film was sent out to more one million voters in Ohio; 200,000 after a mid-summer conference, and a million after that. He said that 50,000 copies had been sent to voters in Nevada and 100,000 to voters in New Hampshire. "We're sending out bulk mailings to many states," Gilbert said. "Probably Illinois, New York, Florida, Arizona, Louisiana, we'll hit every state if we can to stimulate and force the national media to cover the story." Gilbert declined to say how much his company, Highway 61 Entertainment, is spending to distribute the film for free, but said that the film was making a profit through online orders. He also wouldn't say how the company is funded and how they come up with the money to distribute so many free disks. "We’re a private media company, a journalistic company that’s privately held and we don’t disclose the nature or makeup of our finances," he said.