On the eve of his new film, Police State, Dinesh D’Souza reflects on his previous work, the power of cinema and the impact it can have on politics and culture.
In this episode, D’Souza and his wife, Debbie, also discuss the skyrocketing national debt, the FBI’s infiltration into Jan. 6 protests and unproven accusations of sex abuse against Rudy Giuliani and Russell Brand.
The [Deep State] police state is now exposed. The people are seeing how the [Deep State] is violating all our rights. They want us to believe they are privileged but they are not.
The people are fighting back. Every-time the people feel uncomfortable the people push back. This is the plan of the patriots. Trump needed the people to take back this country. He needed them awake for the 2024 election. He will make sure the election is fair and transparent.
Potus and the people are the stone. The military is the key. Put it all together you have the keystone. More from the X22 Report.
In spite of the Democrat Party’s assault campaign against Donald J. Trump, he still enjoys a comfortable lead in the Republican 2024 primary race and appears to be the favorite to win back the White House in the general election.
Dinesh D’Souza now reveals how the Democrats are seeking to remove Trump from the ballot altogether, even in the absence of any criminal convictions, because they fear the consequences if he returns to office. D’Souza also delves into the intriguing and terrifying advent of transhumanism with author Joe Allen, plus more.
Dinesh D’Souza reveals how the Democrats and the left have perfected lawfare as a strategy of political warfare. He argues the right should follow suit.
D’Souza explains further, plus welcomes Orlando Magic forward Jonathan Isaac to the podcast to share his Christian testimony, and also offers a brief history of gender, which shows our downward trajectory as part of a conscious strategy of half-truths and deception.
Dinesh D’Souza warns that Democrat Party political and legal aggression against President Trump and other Republicans will continue unless the GOP fights back. He reveals how the Republicans can retaliate, but asks, “But will it?” Here’s his report.
Dinesh D’Souza takes a deep dive into bank records to reveal how precisely the Bidens got so rich—on a government salary!
He brings us the astonishing results, plus also examines the Chinese system, which seems to be a modified form of classical fascism. Here’s his report.
Dinesh D’Souza reports that police agencies of the U.S. government are infiltrating digital platforms to subvert democracy across the globe.
D’Souza says release of the Facebook (Meta) files, by U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan, reveals the government’s collusion with the social media giant, pressuring them to do its bidding. Here’s his report.
Dinesh D’Souza delves into the debate over Florida history standards regarding slavery, arguing that it is teaching the plain truth and, if anything, downplaying the culpability of the Democrat Party.
D’Souza dissects the details, plus also discusses the favorable treatment for the Biden Crime Family, the Barbie movie and strange Congressional testimony about UFOs and aliens.
Dinesh D’Souza reports that Mark Zuckerberg’s “Threads,” the latest rival to Twitter, appears to have crashed and burned.
Zuckerberg, who also owns Instagram and is a longtime rival of Twitter CEO Elon Musk , trumpeted his new platform as a success, claiming 100 million users had signed up in the first five days. On the surface, the number is impressive, D’Souza says, except when you realize that Zuckerberg pushed his 1.8 billion Instagram users to sign up.
D’Souza says Zuckerberg has been suspiciously silent since the rollout of Threads. Why? “Because the people who have been going on Threads, using Threads or just perusing Threads, realize that it is dumb, too big and Threads is no threat to Twitter. In fact, the user of Threads are beginning to bail out.” More with D’Souza.
Ron DeSantis seems to have hit a roadblock. But here’s why it might just be a fork in the road with a promising path forward for him. More from Dinesh D’Souza, who recommends a Trump-DeSantis ticket for 2024.