Seeing the film “America” was more than just seeing a movie. It was an experience. I saw it last night after getting off work and didn’t know what to expect. I got there and the theater was packed. There was an unspoken bond felt in the room because most of us, if not all of us, were there for the same reason- out of concern for this country’s condition. D’Souza compacted and destructed the monster that is the left’s ideology in less than 2 hours. A daunting task.
But he did it.
I learned a lot more about our history thanks to D’Souza taking the time to explore further areas that were left out when I was in school. Not only did it help explain our foundation but it put things into context. He got into Saul Alinsky’s influence on Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama which helps develop an understanding for their intentions with this country. Especially when he proceeds to break down the scandal-prone areas of government like the DOJ, EPA, NSA, and IRS. When you put together Alinsky’s “Rules For Radicals” with the those scandals, it doesn’t look good.
He built up a strong case against modern liberalism with honesty, personal experience, and facts. Something that scares the left. Hence the reason for the scathing reviews. D’Souza didn’t attack the left, he addressed their arguments. He offered more information for all of us to soak in and gave a refreshing perspective that should make everyone rethink things a little.
I highly recommend that everyone sees this movie. I’ve seen plenty of Michael Moore films and kept an open mind. I hope everyone does the same with D’Souza’s “America: Imagine a World Without Her.”