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WASHINGTON – In 2016, there was “Hillary’s America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party,” a tough movie co-produced by Dinesh D’Souza and Gerald Molen, an Oscar-winner for “Schindler’s List.”

Hillary Clinton was widely favored to win the presidential election. But she lost.

In 2018, there is “Death of a Nation,” another tough movie also co-produced by Dinesh D’Souza and Gerald Molen.
This one is not directed at a specific candidate, but the history of the Democratic Party. Democrats are hoping to win back the House and Senate in the mid-term election. With the debut of the hard-hitting in theaters across America, some are beginning to wonder if it might play a role in the vote.

To make matters more interesting, D’Souza was pardoned by President Trump in May after pleading guilty to campaign-finance fraud, raising questions as to whether he would have even been able to complete the film otherwise.

In the film, D’Souza makes the case that Trump follows in the footsteps of Abraham Lincoln, while the Democratic Party’s anti-black policies were used by the Nazis in their anti-Semitic policies that led to the Holocaust.

In its opening weekend, “Death of a Nation” earned $2.35 million in 1,105 theaters – a per-screen average of $2,248. But there are still three months to the election.

“If Americans see this movie, there is little question they will learn some very uncomfortable facts about the Democratic Party that they will not learn from what we euphemistically call ‘the mainstream media,’” said Joseph Farah, the founder of WND.com, WND Books and WND Films. “This is a very hard-hitting documentary that exposes the dark underbelly of secrets the Democratic party has carefully guarded for generations. Could it make a difference in 2018? Only if millions see it. And they should. I can tell you they will be glad they did.”

At the Washington premiere last week, Donald Trump Jr. had this to say to the invitees following the screening: “You see the Nazi platform from the early 1930s … and you look at it compared to the DNC platform of today, you’re saying, ‘Man, those things are awfully similar’ to a point where it’s actually scary. It’s the exact opposite of what you’ve been told.”

The movie argues effectively that, from its beginning, the Democratic Party has been the party of fascism and racism.

“A new political party started in 1828, the Democratic Party, to defend, protect and preserve the plantation,” D’Souza told one interviewer. “Now, the question is, where is the plantation today?”

D’Souza says it’s in America’s inner-cities and poor communities where people are dependent on Democratic policies and handouts.

“They’ve created this system of intergenerational dependency,” D’Souza explained. “It’s now a multiracial plantation. It’s black, it’s brown, it’s yellow, but it’s still there and the same party is running it.”

Today, of course, the Democrats’ main target is President Trump.

“Lincoln was elected to unite a country and stop slavery,” the official movie trailer says. “Democrats smeared him, went to war against him, assassinated him. Now, their target is Trump.”

Perhaps most devastating for the Democrat myth that the southern segregationists became Republicans, the film notes that only two of dozens of office-holding segregationists in Congress switched to the Republican Party – Albert Watson of the House and Strom Thurmond of the Senate. On the other hand, as documented in the movie, Bill and Hillary Clinton actually praised arch-segregationist and former Klan recruiter Robert C. Byrd upon his death, explain that he got involved in the Klan only because he was a “good old country boy.”

The movie also makes the case that the chaos in Charlottesville, Virginia, blamed on white supremacists like Richard Spencer and Jason Kessler who were then unfairly linked to Trump by Democrats, was actually supported by leftists on both sides – people with no links to Republicans or conservatives. On camera in the movie, Spencer admitted that he is deeply collectivist and not opposed to socialism “if done right.” In the movie, D’Souza said that Spencer is “not on the right,” but rather is a “tool” of the liberal media. The film also points out that so-called “alt-right” organizer Kessler, portrayed now by the media as some sort of “conservative,” was actually a supporter of both Barack Obama and the leftist Occupy movement.

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