Author and documentary filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza teams up with Prager U to expose the roots of fascism, its leftist ties and explain why every Republican president since the 70’s has been called a fascist.
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In their coverage of the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, establishment media continue to warn “fascism” is on the rise in America.
But a bestselling conservative author and filmmaker contends fascism isn’t on the rise – it’s already entrenched in leading institutions controlled by the left.
Cammeron discovered, while the “violence and murder of a protester in Charlottesville, Virginia, over the weekend has been attributed to far-right elements … many conservatives say blame should be shared by (the violent leftist group) Antifa.”
The film begins with scenes from the San Diego halfway house where D’Souza was confined nightly in fulfillment of his sentenced for pleading guilty to violations of federal campaign-finance law. Many conservatives claimed the Obama administration was exacting revenge on D’Souza for criticizing the president in “2016: Obama’s America.” Gerald R. Molen, producer of D’Souza’s two previous films, told WND in January 2015 the charges were “the equivalent of prosecuting a political dissident in the Soviet Union for jaywalking.”
As WND reported last November, during his confinement, D’Souza wrote his most recent bestselling book, “Stealing America: What My Experience with Criminal Gangs Taught me About Obama, Hillary, and the Democratic Party.”
“Here, among the hoodlums, I learned how to see in the dark, and through this “night vision” I began to see politics very differently,” he says. “I got to know the hoodlums and read some of their case files. I learned how they think and how they operate, how they organize themselves into gangs, how they rip people off and crush their enemies. I understood, for the first time, the psychology of crookedness.”
Through the experience, D’Souza says he began to visualize Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and modern liberalism “not as a defective movement of ideas” but as a criminal enterprise.