Film Review – Standing in the Gap

Film Review – Standing in the Gap

Standing in the Gap - Film Review

Purchased here within days of its release, but had not yet watched this film start to finish.

Did so tonight. Very happy I did, and grateful to its producers and participants.

Andrew McGarry travels the country to interview Samantha Morlotte, Seth Keshel, David Clements, Toni Shuppe, and Joe Oltmann. These interviews are woven into a timeline laying out what happened in 2020 and the path taken by each before and since the steal to stand in the gap, a concept that coincides with Matthew Trewalla’s focus in his book, The Doctrine of Lesser Magistrates.

Included also is part of a 7-hour interview between David Clements and Jeffrey Lenberg.

If you’ve seen 2000 Mules and Selection Code but are still trying to figure out what you need to do, watch Standing in the Gap.

Not long after the film’s conclusion you may find yourself at the microphone of your next county commissioner meeting.

McGarry’s parting words are:

I believe we have millions of people who want to save this nation. Are you one of them?… America shall be saved. Be blessed, in Jesus’ name.

The film then concludes with a scene from President Trump’s inauguration, with military members behind him:

Today’s ceremony, however, has very special meaning. Because today we are not merely transfering power from one administration to another, or from one party to another. But we are transfering power from Washington D.C. and giving it back to you, the people.