Dinesh D’Souza Slams Democrats in New Movie for Being Too Racist for the Nazis — AND HE’S RIGHT!

Monday, July 30, 2018
By Paul Martin

by Jim Hoft
July 30, 2018

Conservative filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza announced his latest project recently to The Hollywood Reporter.

D’Souza links President Trump to President Abraham Lincoln – the Great Emmancipator – in his latest project: Death of a Nation.

The movie is set for an August 3rd release.

The Hollywood Reporter announced today that a “controversial” segment in the movie discusses how Democrat policy in America was too racist even for Nazi socialists.

Via The Hollywood Reporter:

“The scene in ‘Death of a Nation’ is likely to draw attacks on D’Souza, though he is used to his detractors belittling his work.
Dinesh D’Souza’s newest film will not only make the controversial claim that Donald Trump has a lot in common with Honest Abe Lincoln, but will also suggest that Democrats were once too racist even for Nazis.

According to a clip provided exclusively to The Hollywood Reporter, the film, Death of a Nation, from the conservative provocateur contains a scene where several Nazis are discussing how they should identify Jews in the 1930s.

“How does the American identify the Negro?” asks one Nazi.

“One drop rule. Any discernible black ancestry makes one count as black,” says another.

“Even if someone acts white, they could still be counted as black?” a third Nazi asks.

That’s when D’Souza, who narrates the documentary, intones: “As for the Democratic one-drop rule, incredibly the Nazis found it too racist even for them.”

But Dinesh D’Souza is right.

The Nazis did find Democratic policy too racist.

The LA Times reported:

“In the late 1920s, Adolf Hitler declared in “Mein Kampf” that America was the “one state” making progress toward the creation of a healthy race-based order. He had in mind U.S. immigration law, which featured a quota system designed, as Nazi lawyers observed, to preserve the dominance of “Nordic” blood in the United States.

The American commitment to putting race at the center of immigration policy reached back to the Naturalization Act of 1790, which opened citizenship to “any alien, being a free white person.” But immigration was only part of what made the U.S. a world leader in racist law in the age of Hitler.

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