Armstrong Utilities, the nation’s 15th largest cable provider, is offering to its customers free of charge Dinesh D'Souza's anti-Obama documentary “2016: Obama’s America.”
The film is being offered by Armstrong as a “free movie special” as part of the company’s current policy in which it gives away a recent release every month to promote its premium on-demand service.
The cable television provider has customers in six states. Of particular importance to both President Barack Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney’s presidential campaigns is the fact that two of the states are considered decisive ones in the upcoming election, Ohio and Pennsylvania.
In Ohio, Armstrong provides cable service in more than 50 cities and towns across 10 counties.
Media reports have indicated that some Armstrong executives have donated to Republican campaigns.
Obama and Romney are currently tied in Ohio, and Pennsylvania is now a toss-up state, according to polls.
“2016” is the second highest grossing political documentary to date, with only Michael Moore’s “Fahrenheit 9/11” having been more successful at the box office.
The film is reportedly also being screened in battleground states at Evangelical churches.
The DVD version of “2016” was released across the nation last week by the film’s distributor, Lionsgate.
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