The new Alpha News documentary “The Fall of Minneapolis” reached an international audience during its first week of release.
Since its release on Nov. 16 at 12 a.m., the documentary has been viewed on Rumble over one million times. Producer Liz Collin was interviewed by several national and international media outlets over the last few days.
The first national interview was conducted by Megyn Kelly. “You’ve got to watch this,” Kelly said regarding the film.
Others quickly followed suit, including a primetime interview with Fox News’ Jesse Watters. The film “exposes things you haven’t heard before,” Watters said.
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“Remember this (2020) was an election year and the media couldn’t critique young voters. They needed them fully engaged in a righteous cause,” Watters said while playing clips of the 2020 riots.
“So many lies have been told since, and so much truth buried by the Big Tech censors that control reality, that the documentary arrives like a slap in the face,” Miranda Devine wrote in her New York Post review of the documentary.
Sky News Australia host Rita Panahi also interviewed Collin, saying that the documentary is “compelling.” Collin was also interviewed on the Michele Tafoya Podcast Tuesday morning and appeared on Newsmax.
The documentary is available to stream for free on Rumble and X.