Dinesh D’Souza, freed from nightly confinement, preparing new book, film for 2016 election

Jerome R. Corsi

NEW YORK – Sunday morning, at 4:30 a.m. Pacific Time, filmmaker and bestselling author Dinesh D’Souza rolled up his bedding at the community confinement center in San Diego that had been his nightly home for eight months and placed it in a plastic bag for the last time…

…On the drive home, D’Souza could easily reflect that he had defied what he and many of his allies see as an Obama administration effort to silence him.

In his eight months of nightly confinement, he found time to sign a contract with HarperCollins and begin writing a new book to follow his 2014 New York Times bestseller, “America.” He also started the process of financing his next feature film, scheduled for the 2016 presidential campaign. And he’s designed a sequel to his highly profitable 2014 feature film, “America: Imagine the World Without Her…

…D’Souza explained his 2016 feature film will not simply be an examination of the Democratic Party presidential candidate.

It will be, he said, “an attempt to lift under the rock and see the true sordid reality behind the lofty claim progressives make that they are responsible for freedom, civil rights and emancipation in America.”

D’Souza said he wants “to expose the sordid historical and political truth that underlies the entire progressive movement that sustains people like Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.”…



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