Did anyone see the movie "Hillary's America" by Dinesh D'Souza?
I prefer no snotty remarks either way or either side. Just a yes or no and whether you believed it or not. If you didn't watch it, was there a reason?
I did not see it because I did not know that it was on.
I did see the movie and yes, it is all true. History has the records of these events and people, but some have the need to erase the past.
Have not seen it, but have heard/read reviews. The reason I have no trouble believing what's in it (in spite of what may/may not be over-dramitization–don't know) is that if it weren't true libel would be the accusation. There would be legal ramifications that would require a court level investigation. Ignoring it brings the least amount of attention to the facts.
Yes Greg I saw the movie. I believe!
Dinesh continues to impress!
Yes, I have, and I wrote a Hub to review it of the same name.
For the movie, very high marks. For the book of the same name, high marks but not as good as the movie unless you're really into the details.
Saw it & loved it, especially the way it elaborated on Hillary's relationship with Saul Alynski who is also THE idol of Bernie Sanders & BHO.
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