Robby Starbuck: I didn't go to a fancy film school, I had talent and work ethic
0:52 Robby Starbuck is a video director and producer who has worked with names like Gucci Mane, Akon and Snoop. He's launching a new show called "Grow Up" as the beginning of his efforts to revamp entertainment for Conservatives. He came out as a Republican pretty close to when Trump came out as a candidate. I did it because I saw the Left leaning into Socialism. His mom is an immigrant who came from Cuba and came to the states.
"My value for freedom for this wonderful country is really high."
2:33 Is it daunting to build a conservative entertainment alternative that can compete with the Left?
3:37 Tell us more about your OC Register op-ed called "When will big city Democrats stop enabling illegal immigration"
6:57 What have you been working towards to get other minorities to wake up and realize open border policies aren't helping them? "It's important to me that the Right has a really competitive culture with the Left - that we can culturally adapt to high production values and more creativity. if we're intellectually honest, that's where the Left beats us every time because they have a larger contingent of creative projects being produced. I won't say "creative people" because I think we have a lot of creative people on the Right. There's just not the infrastructure to begin to widely and intelligently put it out there. So, part of my goal is to create an alternative eco-system in general for all types of entertainment whether it's TV, film, music, everything across the board, so we can be able to compete with what the Left puts out. If we don;t have culture and give things to people to entertain them, someone else is going to. But it's generally going to be someone on the Left is trying to socially engineer our kids. And that's my real concern. Everything in politics for me goes back to my kids..