Conservatives Praise Dinesh D’Souza’s ‘Death of a Nation’ as a ‘Must-See’

The successful documentary filmmaker hasn't gotten many positive reviews from critics, but the people love his latest flick

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Dinesh D’Souza’s films have thus far successfully taken on the presidency of Barack Obama, the history of the Democratic Party, and America’s role in the world.

In his latest, “Death of a Nation,” he takes Trump critics head-on by drawing comparisons between Donald Trump and Abraham Lincoln. The film is based on two of D’Souza’s books, “The Big Lie” and “Death of a Nation.”

More than century ago, Democrats refused to accept the results of a free election, as a description of the film notes. The result was the targeted smearing of Lincoln, a war to defeat him — and, ultimately, his assassination.

D’Souza also addresses the impact of the Left’s disturbing tactics — such as casting President Trump and all those who support him as Nazi-like — in the face of Hillary Clinton’s stunning 2016 election loss.

Gerald R. Molen, the Academy Award-winning producer of Steven Spielberg’s “Schindler’s List” and of “Jurassic Park,” produced the film.

D’Souza and Molen also teamed up earlier, in 2012, for “2016: Obama’s America,” which examined the potential impact on the country of a second term for then-President Barack Obama.

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D’Souza has continued to defy mainstream liberal Hollywood by becoming one of the most successful documentary filmmakers around, matched in box-office results only by leftist Michael Moore.

Conservative fans have thus far been praising “Death of a Nation,” which hits theaters today, as a must-see project — while mainstream critics have predictably awarded it literally zero positive reviews on Rotten Tomatoes. Which group will you listen to, in the end?

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