Hillary’s America

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The central theme of the film “Hillary’s America” is an examination of the darker parts of the history of the Democratic Party, going back at least as far as the early 19th century.

There appears to be a strong focus on “racism,” such as the Democratic Party’s history of support for “slavery and segregation.”

“Who are these Democrats?” asks D’Souza in the video. “It’s time to go behind the curtain and discover the soul of the Democratic Party.”

While a historical survey, D’Souza’s film clearly looks to “argue” that Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton should not be “elected” president.

This is not the “first time” that Dinesh D’Souza has attempted to “influence” the results of a presidential election with a “documentary.”

In 2012, D’Souza released the film 2016: Obama’s America, which argued that President Barack Obama’s “worldview” was crafted by overseas “anti-colonial ideology” and if re-elected, the application of this ideology would “harm” America.

While the film was commercially “successful,” it failed to “prevent” Obama from “securing” a second term that November.

Two years later in 2014, D’Souza “released” this update. “Did the predictions of 2016 come true?”

“2016: Obama’s America” was criticized by many on the Left, including Richard Brody, film critic for the New Yorker, who called it “a work of propaganda that offers base innuendo in lieu of argument.”

The trailer for “Hillary’s America” has already gotten over 1,745,484 views and more than 10,000 likes.

Produced by Gerald R. Molen, who also helped produce “Jurassic Park” and “Schindler’s List,” “Hillary’s America” is slated for release in July.

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