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Films about Hillary Clinton are nothing new. Hillary Clinton demands attention, so, here it comes.
The Hollywood Reporter swears there are 8 anti-Clinton films coming out. I found four. They all look like good productions, they are all by known conservative filmmakers, and the one by Dinesh D'Souza doesn't just take on Hillary Clinton. . . he zeroes in on the entire history of the Democrat Party. We know that the Democrats are racists, bigots, and authoritarians. . . but D'Souza's film also reminds us that the Democrats are all criminals who steal.
- Hillary's America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party by Dinesh D'Souza. . . the big one with a trailer that will knock your socks off. He starts off by asking, "Who are the Democrats." He mentions how they tried to shut him up. The film travels through history, and connects the slave-owning Democrats of old to the racist Democrats who seek an enslavement of those around them in today's political environment.
- David Bossie, the president of Citizens United who produced “Hillary, the Movie,” says that he is planning a follow-up for this year, with the tentative title “Hillary, the Sequel.”
- A new documentary film based on Peter Schweizer’s bestselling book “Clinton Cash” premiered in May during the Cannes Film Festival
- Filmmaker and playwright Phelim McAleer's latest project is a series of short films that will reenact the sworn depositions of key Hillary Clinton staffers about the Democrat presidential nominee’s improper and possibly illegal use of a private email server during her tenure as Secretary of State. Dubbed “the films that Hillary and her cronies don’t want you to see,” McAleer’s project, titled Clinton Emails on Film, will be a series of verbatim reenactments of the sworn testimony of many of Clinton’s top aides, including Cheryl Mills and Huma Abedin.
One thing I can say about the Clintons, especially Hillary, when it comes to scandals, they are a gift that keeps on giving.
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