I'm not sure how the startup film studio in Portland, Pattern Integrity Films, managed to secure the rights to George Carlin's famous speech, he was fiercely apolitical and very much against the political machine, but with it the made this political film. (His daughter Kelly tweeted this film out, so she's given permission)
Putting George's words to the current footage of riots, footage of hospital Covidwards overflowing, footage of people in line for food banks, footage of millionaire politicians doing whatever - it really makes George's speech stand out even more. Monologues like this are why George is still widely regarded as one of the most important and influential stand-up comics of all time. This film was entirely on Pattern Integrity's own dime, with sourced footage from news reels.