Watch the 2020 Election Documentary with Dinesh D’Souza
What’s this episode about?
Dinesh discussed his new Documentary film 2000 mules in this episode. Dinesh examines Obama’s bizarre belief that ideas with which he disagrees. He also talked about his first successful feature film Obama’s America. And due to this film how he had to face controversies and negativity. He shared his opinion about the LGBTQ community, gay rights, and students’ rights.
About the Dinesh D’Souza Podcast
Dinesh D’Souza is a best-selling author, documentary maker, conspiracy theorist, and filmmaker. D’Souza wrote dozens of books, several of them are New York Times bestsellers. He expands his daily show’s focus beyond politics to include philosophy, history, literature, culture, human welfare and religion.
His way of thinking isn’t democratic at all! He believes in the democratic government in America, with which he identifies. Due to this ideology, many arguments arose among everyone that he was unfit to lead the United States because his beliefs and mindset were fundamentally opposed to those of a democracy.
Dinesh discussed American politics and his film
According to him, America started a bunch of enslavers. They spent more than a decade exploiting other people, then came a series of liberation movements against the oppressive upper class, the civil war movement, and most importantly,y the gay rights movement, the Trans movement. Nevertheless, it is a story of American history and It has begun and its end.
He believes it has a glorious day in the future and which is why he thinks the people of America are progressive, away from the American founding. He said the film doesn’t work as a narrator, it is far from that, a film is a journey and a story. A book can work as a brief, but a movie needs to have context, even if it’s not fiction or a Documentary. Like the character, what will happen next? Suspense participation ideally the same kind of bringing it out at the same try on his film.
Students’ interest in politics
Dinesh D’Souza mentioned why people who converted to Christianity might have the narrative. According to D’Souza, religion can be a barrier among us in future. College students show their tremendous interest in politics, without knowing what politics is. Later students think all the institutions are rationally biased.
Dinesh talked about his Documentary film Trump Card
This film was the top-grossing political documentary of 2016, grossing $13 million against a $5 million budget. Critics heavily bashed this movie; in 2016 it was declared as the worst film directed by D’Souza. It was nominated for five Golden Raspberry Awards and won four, including Worst Picture (a first for a documentary film) and Worst Director and Worst Actor for D’Souza, said by the critics.
Author Dinesh D’Souza delves into President Barack Obama’s past for clues about America’s possible future if Obama wins a second term. In an interview, Dinesh D’Souza said the Obama movie was his first success and it worked because people didn’t understand where Obama was coming from. This movie was released in 2012. It was after Obama was already in power. What Dinesh did was, he went to Hawaii, Indonesia, and Kenya and he followed that Obama was born abroad and he assimilated foreign ideology about his dream from his father. D’Souza was trying to demonstrate it in his way.
About 2000 mules
According to him, 2000 miles brings new ambition. Not afraid of what will be it’s after effect. He knew very well what happened in 2012 over the campaign. He was targeted back when everyone knew how powerful Obama was in the world. He also mentioned that the empire would strike back what he expected, that it is relatively safe to be a truth-teller writer.
About Dinesh D’Souza
Dinesh D’Souza is a filmmaker and author. Dinesh, born in Mumbai, India, had also lived the American Dream. He moved to the U.s. on a Rotary Scholarship to pursue his education. Souza has won numerous awards, including the Dove Foundation’s “Best Documentary” for America. Investor’s Business Daily has named him one of the “young promising public-policy makers in the country.” He was indeed a high ranking domestic policy analyst in the Reagan administration and a Dartmouth College graduate.