WASHINGTON, July 24, 2016 — Conservative writer and filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza has done it again. In his documentary film “Hillary’s America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party,” D’Souza chronicles the sins of an old American institution, an ancient evil few wish to acknowledge;
- One that used Darwin’s evolutionary theory as an apology for slavery and to justify the race-purifying idea of eugenics, which the Nazis extrapolated to its tragic conclusion;
- One that today uses the overwhelming power of the state to abuse the religious conscience of believers in order to promote the odd fetishes of its twisted constituencies;
- One that favors placing abortion mills in minority communities and uses taxpayer money to kill, dismember and sell the tiny body parts of the innocent.
It is an organization whose noxious alchemical laboratory breathed life into its two crowning and malformed achievements: the reprehensible creatures Bill and Hillary Clinton.
If you are howling a stream of denials, you are likely part of the 45 percent of the population that has sworn allegiance to, has sympathy for, or whose subsistence existence depends on that creeping, pestilential monster.
That is to say, the Democratic Party.
D’Souza’s indictment of the organization is most persuasive during his interview with a Vanderbilt University professor of political science, Carol Swain. “Blacks have been used to oppression from America and also from the Democratic Party,” says Swain. “It’s been hard for me to accept, because I was a Democrat for most of my life.”
She says, “After slavery was abolished in 1865, it [the Democratic Party] was in total ruins.”
But in the presidential election three years later, Democrats were hoping for a resurgence.
“This is a white man’s country, let a white man rule,” was the slogan of the Democratic National Convention of 1868.
“The whole purpose of the Democratic Party was to re-establish white supremacy,” says Professor Swain.
Among the convention’s pledged delegates was former Confederate Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest. He was famous, or infamous, for his military exploits during the Civil War. In particular, the incident at Fort Pillow.
Half the Union contingent was made up of black troops.
After overwhelming the federal outpost, Confederate soldiers massacred nearly all the black troops. In a letter home, U.S. seaman Hubert Saunders, stationed aboard the U.S. Navy gunboat Peosta, wrote to his mother that Forrest’s troops ordered some of the black soldiers to “dig their own graves and then buried them alive.”
Nathan Bedford Forrest, delegate to the Democratic Convention of 1868, was the first Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan.
The Democratic Party project, from slavery to the dictatorial mandates of Obamacare, has one unwavering constant as its creed: the theft of other’s labor.
“Whether from the mouth of a king who seeks to bestride the people of his own nation and live by the fruit of their labor, or from one race of men as an apology for enslaving another race, it is the same tyrannical principle,” said Republican emancipator Abraham Lincoln.
Filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza comes to the same conclusion in his documentary, saying the criminal enterprise continues in the symbiotic relationship between the Democratic Party and Hillary Clinton. He says that epiphany struck him while serving time in prison for making an illegal contribution to a friend’s political campaign.
The underhanded designs and devises of murderers and armed robbers, D’Souza observes, are strikingly similar to those employed by the Clinton duo and the political organization responsible for their rise.
“What if the same theft formula is the same one used against the American people?” asks D’Souza. “What if the goal of the Democratic Party is to steal the most valuable thing the world has ever produced? What if their plan is to steal America?”
“Hillary’s America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party” is playing in theaters now.
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