Hillary's America

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  1. HankD

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    Hillary's America. Dinesh D'Souza's latest film.

    Has anyone seen it?

    If so, what is your assessment?

    Thanks
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    OK, my wife and I saw it. Hillary's America, The Secret History of the Democratic Party.

    The only new theoretical thing presented about the many Clinton scandals is that she and Bill have adopted the older philosophy of Andrew Jackson who (the movie claims) taught (by example) to scam the masses of their money by creating an imaginary need then when the inevitable failure comes, blame the victims then "deny, deny, deny".

    Also a connection was attempted to be shown between the Democratic party and the Ku Klux Klan claiming that "racism" originated in the Democratic Party.

    Racism of course is a universal sin within the human race not a political party.

    Some of the historical facts are interesting especially those behind the practices of eugenics, abortion and their connection to Margaret Sanger .

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    I have seen it also. Was hoping Dinesh would concentrate more on the modern era rather than spending so much time on his view of history of the US.
     
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    I think the history is absolutely needed.
     
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    The historical roots seem to be persistent according to Dinesh.

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