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‘Dukes of Hazzard’ Star Blasts ‘Woke’ Hollywood for Snubbing Pro-America Film

'You know, I believe, if you’re not all in, you’re out... '

(Headline USA) Dukes of Hazzard star John Schneider blasted Hollywood this week for refusing to touch his upcoming film To Die For, arguing the movie was too pro-America for the leftist crowd.

The film is based on a real story “about a gentleman who defied a restraining order that said he couldn’t drive within 300 yards of a local high school with the American flag on the back of his truck,” Schneider explained during an interview with Newsmax.

“But he did it anyway and he went to jail,” he added.

Schneider drew from his own upbringing when directing the film, he said in a previous interview with Headline USA.

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“It’s all about a man’s love for his flag, his respect for his country and his inability to understand how taking a knee at a high school football game … gets accolades from the NFL rather than being shunned by the local powers that be,” Schneider said.

Schneider said he tried to ship the film to various studios, but no one was willing to “spend any money to develop it.”

“They certainly wouldn’t film it, they wouldn’t distribute it, but my wife and I are fiercely and unapologetically independent. So, we make our own content. We also distribute our own content,” he said.

Schneider said he’s “all in” on the film, arguing that it’s part of an effort to push back on wokeism.

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“If this movie doesn’t work, we lose everything, but we’ve always been there. You know, I believe, if you’re not all in, you’re out.”

The Left has left the public with no other choice but to push back, he argued.

“People are afraid to go [against woke culture],” Schneider said. “I don’t understand that. I don’t understand why conservatives are timid when it comes to this. My belief is that you can only be pushed so far, and they have pushed us so far that we have got to do something.”

He plans to debut To Die For on Oct. 20 via his streaming platform, cineflixdod.com, with the possibility of a distribution deal through Fox Nation or another service currently in discussion.

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