Dinesh D’Souza’s bad new film is driving Conservatives insane

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Conservative expert Dinesh D’Souza has every reason to be excited about his new quasi-documentary, 2000 mules. Since its release earlier this month, the film has become a cornerstone of Trump’s resistance movement. Donald Trump welcomed it, held a screening at Mar-a-Lago and hailed it as “the greatest and most impactful documentary of our time.”

But D’Souza has one 2000 mules Issue he can’t stop talking about: a perceived lack of loyalty from fellow pro-Trump figures, whom he accuses of downplaying his film or ignoring it entirely. While D’Souza’s video is setting the MAGA Internet ablaze, the media and prominent names in the MAGA movement aren’t interested — or at least not enough for D’Souza’s liking.

Right-wing networks like Fox News and Newsmax could have many factual reasons for staying away from them 2000 mules, which focuses on the idea that D’Souza and his compatriots uncovered using GPS tracking. Fact-checkers have taken down the film’s central claim that the phone data somehow uncovers evidence of voter fraud, with the Associated Press finding “gaping holes” in D’Souza’s argument. On Wednesday, NPR refuted a claim in the film that GPS technology was used to solve a murder at the center of the film.

Read more at The Daily Beast. Dinesh D’Souza’s bad new film is driving Conservatives insane


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