|Directed by||Steve Bannon|
|Produced by||Citizens United|
|Written by||Zach Dasher|
|Box office||$2 million|
Torchbearer is a 2016 documentary film produced by Citizens United in which Phil Robertson expresses his views that "the Holocaust, ISIS, Communist atrocities, abortion and, yes, celebrities who flaunt their sexuality, are predictable outcomes when God is stripped from the culture." The film was written by Robertson's nephew Zach Dasher and directed by Steve Bannon. It grossed less than $2 million.
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