Publisher's Note: This post appears here courtesy of the The Daily Wire. The author of this post is Amanda Prestigiacomo.
Days after Candace Owens set the internet ablaze with matching "White Lives Matter"
shirts alongside billionaire rapper Kanye West, the Daily Wire star announced the release of her hotly anticipated Black Lives Matter documentary, "The Greatest Lie Ever Sold."
The BLM exposé, available exclusively for DailyWire+ members on October 12, takes a deep-dive into the multi-million dollar "grift"
of the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation and its former Executive Director Patrisse Cullors.
Owens, a best-selling author and podcast host, dropped the trailer for the documentary Thursday on Twitter, and West followed up by posting the clip to his nearly 18 million Instagram followers.
In the film, Owens offers viewers "the true story"
behind the life and death of George Floyd and the rise of the movement with never-before-seen interviews from insiders and experts.
"Riots, violence, and biblical heresy - that is the true story behind the George Floyd story,"
host says in the documentary. "You look around you, and you see what is left - a story that made its way around the world. Do you see $90 million invested in this community? Where did that money go?"
The company noted that the film takes a peek inside "the curious role of big names like Chrissy Teigen in perpetuating the damage done to small businesses across the country"
and promises to leave "no stone unturned - and no receipt unread."
Owens dropped the trailer for the documentary Thursday on Twitter, rebuffing a "Black Lives Matter"
tweet from actor and singer Jaden Smith.
"Ironically, you suffer from a life of tremendous white privilege,"
Owens told Smith. "You say 'black lives matter' not because you mean it, but because you hope it provides you legitimacy within a community you never knew."
"The fraudulent BLM will be exposed on 10/12,"
Tagging Smith, Owens asserted, "Please wear black out of respect for the demise of the movement which led black America into further poverty, incarceration, and despair."
West earlier this week blasted Black Lives Matter as a "scam"
and declared the movement "dead"
by way of his "White Lives Matter"
apparel, which he donned alongside Owens at Paris Fashion Week.