A new documentary produced by Citizens United and hosted by conservative blogger Michelle Malkin says that a secretive group of wealthy left-leaning activists met behind closed doors to take over the once-red state of Colorado, all the while publicly calling for “transparency” in elections.

And they have their eyes on the rest of the country, Malkin said Tuesday on Fox News Channel’s “The Kelly File.”

“What happened here in Colorado can happen in the rest of the country,” Malkin said.

The film, “Rocky Mountain Heist,” debuts this weekend, including on Newsmax TV.

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“The hypocrisy reeks, it smokes, it burns,” Malkin told Fox News’ Megyn Kelly. “The Gang of Four,” as the film calls the group was made up of millionaires and billionaires Tim Gill, Rutt Bridges, Jared Polis and Pat Stryker.

The takeover was first noticed by unsuspecting Republicans in local and state legislative races when hundreds of thousands of dollars from unknown donors inexplicably began showing up in their Democratic opponents’ campaign chests.

In the film, one such candidate describes a “whistleblower” intern turning in documents he found after cleaning up the room used for meetings between Democrats and donors.

One of their campaigns listed on a memo was called “Educate the Idiots” campaign and used the AFL-CIO in its efforts. A subheading of the “Educate the Idiots” campaign said, “Target: minorities”

“This is how they talk about their own people,” Malkin said.

Citizen United has been attacked for hypocrisy in making the film, since the conservative group seeks to affect campaigns, too. Citizen United President David Bossie told Kelly he has no problem with anyone spending money on campaigns, but noted that the Group of Four hid in the shadows while demanding transparency in public. They, he said, are the hypocrites.

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