Rightwing documentary film-maker
In his new film America, to be released on 4 July, he follows
"Hillary and Obama both started out as bohemians or hippies, and then quickly adopted the Alinsky-ite approach of, as Alinsky says, 'dressing square': seeming very respectable, being very self-disciplined, and ultimately pretending to be a friend of the middle class, whose values you are trying to undermine," D'Souza said in an interview with rightwing website the Blaze.
He also argued that Americans were taught to be ashamed of their country via the traumas of western expansion and slavery, "a kind of programmed narrative of American shame, and the reason for that is that they are being prepared for a political and financial shakedown ... that if history had been fair, they wouldn't have this big house and this nice couch and this big-screen TV and this nice car." He said that Obama and, if elected in 2018, Clinton, were aiming to reduce America's power and influence, calling Obama a "global redistributionist."
D'Souza is a popular voice – 2016: Obama's America became the second highest-grossing political documentary ever in the US, making
The focus on Clinton in the documentary is especially significant, given that the US TV networks
D'Souza, born in
D'Souza recently pleaded guilty to having made illegal campaign contributions, using other people's names, to a failed 2012
He has suggested, even after his guilty plea, that his indictment is politically motivated following his Obama film: "We don't want the politics of putting your critics into handcuffs. It's a very troubling way for a country to operate. In fact, it's the way third world countries operate, where they use the army or the police to go after their opposition." His producer
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