With many theaters still closed, Dinesh D’Souza’s most important film yet, Trump Card, will be available as video on demand and DVD on October 9 for every American to see!
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Written and directed by acclaimed filmmaker, scholar, and New York Times bestselling author Dinesh D’Souza, Trump Card is an exposé of the socialism, corruption, and gangsterization that now define the Democratic Party.
Whether it is the creeping socialism of Joe Biden or the overt socialism of Bernie Sanders, the film reveals what is unique about modern socialism, who is behind it, why it’s evil, and how we can work together with President Trump to stop it.
The film reveals how the Left uses the Venezuelan formula for socialism, decisively refutes this new face of socialism, chillingly documents the full range of the Left’s gangster tendencies, and provocatively exposes the tactics of the socialist Left.
Today’s socialists claim to model themselves on the “socialism that works” in Scandinavian countries like Norway and Sweden. In reality, socialism abandoned the working class and found new recruits by drawing on the resentments of race, gender, and sexual orientation. Modern-day socialism is “identity socialism,” a marriage between classic socialism and identity politics.
In his books and films, he is famous for exposing Hillary Clinton for the corrupt liar she is, but also showing that she was just the latest in a long line of Democratic Party thugs trying to steal America’s wealth for themselves. Just as much about the secret history of the Democratic Party as Hillary Clinton’s corrupt candidacy, his film is more relevant now than ever as the Left pulls out its old playbook in an attempt to undermine President Trump.
D’Souza has had a prominent career as a writer, scholar, and public intellectual, and has also become a renowned filmmaker with his top-grossing documentaries 2016: Obama’s America, America: Imagine the World Without Her, and Hillary’s America.
Born in Mumbai, India, D’Souza came to the U.S. as an exchange student and graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Dartmouth College in 1983.