The Liberal Press Bashes ‘Hillary’s America’ and Dinesh D’Souza
The 1st reviews for Dinesh D’Souza’s “Hillary’s America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party” are not flattering to the conservative author and filmmaker. We have learned to expect nothing less from them.
The New York Post’s Kyle Smith rips D’Souza’s PG-13 documentary as ‘cheesier than a Kraft Singles truck but half as subtle.”
Variety’s Owen Gleiberman calls the movie “historical liberal-bashing that slides from propaganda to paranoia” and spins “out a web of comic-book liberal evil.”
Sam Adams, who reviews the film for “The Wrap,” says Mr. D’Souza shows himself digging into the Democratic Party’s past by “infiltrating a fictitious museum … furtively taking an elevator to the basement, and ignoring the ‘Keep Out: Authorized Personnel Only’ sign at the end of a dimly lit corridor.
“As he runs down Democrats’ history of supporting slavery, from the Civil War through the end of Jim Crow, we see him pulling a set of manacles from a banker’s box. It looks more like he’s picking through a college theater department’s props collection than digging up dirt on the political past.”
Mr. Adams adds: “In D’Souza’s world, there are good guys and bad, Republican and Democrats, and never the twain shall meet, and whatever history he has to twist or ignore to prove that point is a small price to pay.”
The documentary film, which opens nationwide on 22 July, contains reenactments with actors playing real-life politicians and historical characters, including actress Rebekah Turner as Hillary Rodham Clinton, Michael Clemmons as President Barack Hussein Obama and Don Taylor as Lincoln.
My take on those reviews is that they either have not seen the film or are out to deflect the truth about Bill and Hillary Clinton and the progressive Democratic party. I am a history buff and see the work it as factual to the history of the Dems.
Gerald Molen, the Academy Award winning producer of the documentary is iconic in Hollywood, and keen on truth and facts.
Several of my friends were at the films premier this week and told me it is terrific and a must see for every American.
Again, the documentary film opens nationwide on 22 July, do not miss it.
Have a terrific weekend.
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