D’Souza’s Indictment and Double Standards

Matthew Vadum is an award-winning investigative reporter and the author of the book, "Subversion Inc.: How Obama’s ACORN Red Shirts Are Still Terrorizing and Ripping Off American Taxpayers."


HolderThe Obama administration’s indictment of critic Dinesh D’Souza on campaign finance law violations is a reminder that it’s dangerous to be in the opposition when the president is a lawless strongman who knows the media will protect him no matter what.

Democratic malefactors remained at large on Friday as D’Souza pleaded not guilty to charges that he directed two individuals to each make $10,000 donations to the campaign of Wendy Long, an unsuccessful Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate, on the understanding he would reimburse them, which he did not long after.

The court in New York reportedly imposed unusually tough release conditions on the bestselling conservative author, ordering him to post a $500,000 bond and not to leave the country.

D’Souza’s attorney told U.S. District Judge Richard M. Berman that the facts were more or less not in dispute. “I think there’s a dispute over how it happened and whether what happened violated federal law,” Benjamin Brafman said.

As The Blaze reports,

Outside court, Brafman said there was no corrupt intent, a necessary component of the law, in his client’s actions, and he said the $20,000 in donations fell short of the $25,000 required to bring a criminal case. He said it was a situation that was normally resolved with a fine rather than criminal charges. He said there was no request by D’Souza that Long do anything, and the Senate candidate had no knowledge that campaign finance rules had been violated. Brafman said D’Souza and Long had been friends since college and “at worst, this was an act of misguided friendship by D’Souza.”

So why was D’Souza subjected to serial killer treatment, arrested, incarcerated, maybe perp-walked, for something that’s roughly the campaign finance law equivalent of a traffic ticket?

Could it be because D’Souza went too far in criticizing the notoriously thin-skinned Obama with his compelling, scathingly critical documentary, 2016: Obamas America? The movie brought in an astounding $33 million in revenue, making it the second most popular political documentary in U.S. history behind Michael Moore’s lie-filled, anti-George W. Bush temper tantrum from 2004, Fahrenheit 9/11.

D’Souza is now arguably in trouble because Obama’s people promised retribution during the president’s second term. “After we win this election, it’s our turn. Payback time,” Valerie Jarrett, Obama’s close, trusted adviser, has been quoted saying in reference to the 2012 election. She warned:

“Everyone not with us is against us, and they better be ready because we don’t forget. The ones who helped us will be rewarded, the ones who opposed us will get what they deserve. There is going to be hell to pay.”

Some Obama apologists, incidentally, suggest the Jarrett quotation is apocryphal. They may be right. Even if it is made up, it doesn’t matter. Chicagoan Jarrett is every bit as devious and vindictive an Alinskyite as Obama is. Whether Jarrett used those exact words or not, the quotation exquisitely encapsulates the beliefs of Obama’s inner circle, whether it’s Rahm Emanuel or Hillary Clinton bragging about the opportunities for change that a crisis presents, or Anita Dunn praising Mao Zedong, or Justice Department nominee Debo Adegbile proclaiming the innocence of cop-killer Mumia Abu-Jamal. Jarrett and Obama’s other advisers clearly think these Machiavellian thoughts every day.

Obama himself does not forgive and he does not forget. Obama threatened Congressman Peter DeFazio (D-Ore.) during a meeting of the House Democratic Caucus soon after his first inauguration. “Don’t think we’re not keeping score, brother,” Obama said in an effort to keep DeFazio, himself a radical leftist, in line.

An old associate of Obama and Bill Ayers from Chicago, Mike Klonsky, wrote a blog post on Jan. 24 suggesting he has special inside knowledge about why D’Souza was indicted.

“Note to Dinesh D’Souza — You probably shouldn’t have Tweeted that racist remark about Obama and Trayvon Martin. Shit like that sometimes comes back to haunt you.”

What was this “racist” remark exactly? Two days before Thanksgiving, D’Souza wrote on Twitter, “I am thankful this week when I remember that America is big enough and great enough to survive Grown-Up Trayvon in the White House!”

Given that Obama famously likened himself to Trayvon Martin, it’s difficult for rational people to understand what the fuss is all about. D’Souza merely threw Obama’s own words back at him. The tweet may be biting or mordant but there is nothing even remotely racist about it.

Whiny Jonathan Capehart of the Washington Post was typical of the leftist lynch mob as he condemned the tweet as “vile” and having “racist implications” but didn’t bother explaining what exactly those racist implications were. Among today’s radical left-wingers, racism is in the eye of the beholder, and if you can’t see it for yourself, then presumably you’re part of the problem.

Republican D’Souza may be feeling the fury of an angry Democratic president, but there are plenty of Democrats who have escaped investigation/prosecution for the wrongdoings attributed to them.

Here are just a few of such individuals:

1) Eric Holder.

Purveyor of unequal justice for all.

Obama’s attorney general is so contemptuous of the rule of law and the constitutionally-prescribed oversight authority of Congress that the House of Representatives –including almost two dozen Democratic lawmakers– voted  to find him in contempt of Congress on June 28, 2012. A hateful man who rhetorically spits on conservatives, Holder is a law enforcement chief who has made it clear he considers it his job only to protect the rights of minorities and left-wingers. If you’re not on his side or your skin is the wrong color, don’t even think about getting justice from his Justice Department.

As New York Times bestselling author of Injustice, J. Christian Adams, writes

“The havoc Holder has created goes far beyond corruption on any single issue. The damage he has done crosses all components of the Department of Justice, and has trickled down to infect the systems of law and legal jurisprudence throughout the country. He has tried to transform the federal agency intended to be above politics into an institution advocating radical change and extreme remedies.”

The litany of prosecutorial abuses and selective prosecutions under Holder grows. There is the DoJ’s refusal to take up cases involving alleged civil rights victims when the victim is white. There is also: the crackdown on Gibson Guitars; the overzealous, possibly malicious, prosecution of investigative journalist James O’Keefe III; using federal resources to agitate for a state-level prosecution of George Zimmerman based on trumped up charges; using federal resources to help anarchists and activists from the violent Occupy Wall Street movement agitate at the Republican National Convention in 2012; the DoJ vendetta against Fox News and reporter James Rosen; and the DoJ’s flagrant manipulation of the 2012 election.

Holder also spearheaded an attack on the Second Amendment and lied to Congress about it. He flooded the U.S. border with Mexico with illicit firearms, leading to the deaths of a U.S. border patrol officer and many Mexican nationals.

2) Maxine Waters.

Race hustler and corrupt-o-crat.

Few politicians combine ignorance, obstinate self-righteousness, racial demagoguery, and extremism quite as perfectly as the congresswoman from South Central who has become a major force shaping federal banking policy. Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.), a longtime cheerleader for Fidel Castro, was only too happy to use the 1992 Los Angeles riots as a political advertisement. She viewed the 53 deaths, thousands of injuries, and $1 billion in property damage as a shining example of participatory democracy. The word riot never escaped her lips. She called the unrest a “rebellion” and “a spontaneous reaction to a lot of injustice and a lot of alienation and frustration.”

“She is one of the most self-serving, hate-filled, race-obsessed politicians in America,” says columnist Michelle Malkin. “The Democratic Party doesn’t just embrace her. It kneels at her feet.”

A few years ago Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics (CREW) named Waters as one of the 13 “most corrupt” members of the U.S. Congress. CREW cited a Los Angeles Times investigation disclosing how a number of Waters’s relatives had made more than $1 million during the preceding eight years by doing business with companies, candidates, and causes that Waters had assisted. The lawmaker has had frequent run-ins with House ethics authorities.

3) Harry Reid.

Senate Majority Leader and rich guy.

For someone with a relatively clean reputation among the press, Sen. Harry Reid (D-Nev.) certainly has been involved in a lot of shady deals. Reid has allegedly illegally accepted gifts, commingled personal and campaign funds, and made a handsome profit a decade ago on a questionable land deal. He misreported the transaction on congressional disclosure forms and stonewalled when pressed for details.

Between 2001 and 2004, Reid, in apparent violation of Senate ethics provisions, wrote at least four letters pressing the Bush administration to take action on issues  important to Indian tribes that were clients of the notoriously corrupt lobbyist Jack Abramoff. CBS News reports that “starting in the mid-1990s, he [Abramoff] became a master at showering gifts on lawmakers in return for their votes on legislation and tax breaks favorable to his clients.” Eventually Abramoff was convicted in federal court of corrupting public officials, tax evasion, and fraud, and he served three-and-a-half years in prison.

During the 2001-04 period, Abramoff’s staff was in regular contact with Reid’s office. Whenever Reid wrote a letter on behalf of the Indian tribes, he reportedly collected donations from Abramoff’s lobbying partners and clients around the same time period. These donations totaled nearly $68,000, yet the Abramoff affair has been labeled a “Republican” scandal.

In August 2012, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported that Reid was strong-arming NV Energy, Nevada’s primary electricity provider, to purchase more “green energy” from a Chinese solar company named ENN Mojave Energy LLC. This happened even though NV Energy had already exceeded its state-mandated quota for green energy (which generated higher electric bills for customers). “There’s another factor, however,” noted the newspaper, “one more personal to Reid: His son, Rory Reid, is one of the attorneys for the ENN Mojave Energy project…. [S]uccess for ENN in finding customers helps Rory Reid, and its failure could cost him a client.”

4) Lois Lerner.

Tax bureaucrat from Hell.

Former Obama IRS Exempt Organizations Division Director Lois Lerner remains at large after (improperly) taking the Fifth Amendment at congressional hearings. Lerner earned her place in infamy when she presided over her IRS division’s targeting of conservative and Tea Party groups. Right-of-center nonprofit groups were subjected to extra scrutiny under Lerner and their applications for tax-exempt status were routinely delayed. Lerner engaged in similar shenanigans when she ran the Enforcement Division of the Federal Election Commission (FEC).

5) Wade Rathke.

Shakedown artist and coverup expert.

Eric Holder’s Justice Department has not investigated the man who founded the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN) in 1970 and ran it into the ground until its board fired him in 2008. Wade Rathke orchestrated a massive internal coverup after his brother Dale Rathke embezzled close to $1 million from ACORN around 2000. Some of the money was taken from ACORN employees’ pension funds.

Before it filed for bankruptcy on Election Day 2010, ACORN was an essential part of the Democratic Party’s voter fraud apparatus for decades so it’s not surprising that Rathke got off scot-free. Rathke has even been rewarded by the Obama administration. United Labor Unions (ULU) Local 100 in New Orleans, which Rathke heads, has received federal funding to enroll people in Obamacare exchanges.

6) David Brock.

Character assassin, gun-toting hypocrite, and Obama publicist.

Media Matters for America (MMfA) founder and George Soros lieutenant David Brock is an admitted liar who claims that Hillary Clinton’s enemies invented the Benghazi scandal to undermine her presidential run. But it’s not illegal to be a pathologically mendacious sleaze or to slither around on the same moral plane as a 9/11 truther conspiracy theorist.

Although MMfA constantly advocates for tougher gun laws, like many wealthy left-wingers, Brock doesn’t believe that gun laws apply to him. The Daily Caller reported that he told friends and co-workers that right-wing assassins were trying to kill him. Brock’s personal assistant reportedly carried a concealed Glock handgun around the District of Columbia, where it is illegal to do so, in order to protect Brock.

Because Brock is a friend of the Obama administration, no action has been taken against him. (Presumably if charges were to be pursued against Brock it would be done by the local government for the District of Columbia but it’s not as if the Obama administration has no pull with that Democrat-controlled local  government.)

It is also not illegal to operate political propaganda machinery while suffering from serious mental illness though one has to question why donors would keep funding an organization run by such an unstable individual.

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Will any of these shady Democrats be investigated or prosecuted during the balance of President Obama’s term in office?

Don’t count on it.

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  • truebearing

    Obama and Holder know that D’Souza’s “crime” is trivial, but charging and threatening him serves a bigger purpose than simple revenge, though that undoubtedly is part of their motivation. This is all about intimidation of anyone so inclined to resist the revolution. It is about chilling dissent. Dissent is only a virtue when the Left is the weaker party.

    • Edward

      Nobody says “let’s import MILLIONS of non-Blacks into EVERY & ONLY
      Black countries until Blacks become a minority, FORCE assimilate them
      into EVERY black community to create a “blended humanity”, give them
      Affirmative Action & free health care and push miscegenation 24/7
      via movies/t.v shows & media(only in black countries)”

      THEN, when the Blacks object we call them RACIST!

      Of course not.

      They only call WHITES “racist” for objecting to their own geNOcide.

      Anti-racist is a >code< for anti-White

  • American1969

    I never again want to hear about Richard Nixon and anything his Administration did. Nixon’s Administration were Boy Scouts compared to the current one!
    This sort of thing should alarm and anger every American. This is the Government using its TAXPAYER FUNDED agencies against We The People! It has to stop!
    So, when we get a Republican or some other president who decides to use government agencies against his/her political enemies, the Left will keep its mouth shut, right?

  • Gamal

    First the Obama administration antagonizes India by assaulting Devyani Khobragadre and then it attacks Indian born Dinesh D’Souza. Obama is making India into an enemy and we will rue the day for his administration’s policies. Not to mention the money he sends to Pakistan which has created deep seated antagonism in India toward the United States.

  • The Facts

    It stands to reason that if every time someone is arrested you complain about all the other criminals who weren’t arrested, then nobody would ever go to jail. This is a wonderful country with a marvelously large prison system. There is more than enough room in it for Dinesh D’Souza despite the fact that Edwin Meese has a longer enemy list that he sends Mr. Vadum out shopping with.

    • Phil

      There is something wrong with your thinking. In order to show a bias against a particular group by the DOJ or another administrative body, you have to show that similar offenses by other groups were not prosecuted. For example, if a Christian group was not allowed to have a prayer service in the capitol building, the way to show bias against Christians would be to prove that other religions were given permission to hold their prayer sessions. In the case of this administration, there is little doubt that the DOJ and other governmental agencies are being used as weapons against those who disagree with and criticize the administration and that race is paramount in decided whether to prosecute.

  • DontMessWithAmerica

    This is not a complete list of the enemies of America who will be indicted and tried when the time comes. Their outrageous, illegal acts will not be forgotten or forgiven. Americans will regain the Spirit of ’76 and justice will prevail in the long run. They will be hunted down, every one of them.

    • Drakken

      I am thinking more along the lines of an American night of the long knives, it will be an abject lesson to anyone who thinks that they are immune from their political malfeasance.

      • http://theravenspoke.blogspot.com/ TheRaven

        Internet tuff guys are so impressive.

  • rbla

    “The tweet may be biting or mordant but there is nothing even remotely racist about it.” And if it were racist is that sufficient to warrant prison? Its time that conservatives, including the author. stopped playing by the left’s PC rules.

    • http://subversioninc.com Matthew Vadum

      You’re missing the point, rbla. There was no implication that a racist tweet should be punished. Chill.

      • rbla

        I apologize for jumping the gun and misinterpreting your statement. Too often I have seen conservatives run for the tall grass and adopt the liberal worldview and am glad to see that you are not among those. A recent case is that of poor Frank Borzillieri who has been pursued by a pack of would be Inspector Javerts in the media. But very few have come to his defense; apparently he is never supposed to work again and is expected to simply starve to death for having transgressed the modern American religion of multiculturalism and diversity.

  • uptownsteve

    Oh Lord, you gotta love the balls on righties. They whine about D’Souza supposedly being targeted because he’s a conservative (even though he did commit a crime) yet all the people they list as “getting a pass” are guilty of nothing other than being progressives that the right despises.

    • Guest

      How many years have you been blind, deaf and dumb?? BTW, those are NOT “progressives,” they are actually REGRESSIVE extreme left wing illiberal fascist clowns!

    • Gislef

      You might have missed the part where it was noted D’Souza is being prosecuted far beyond what would be required.

      • uptownsteve

        ohay then. Please tell us what exactly is the correct punishment for campaign finance fraud.

        • http://subversioninc.com Matthew Vadum

          Nothing. Americans should be allowed to give as much money as they want to political candidates and causes.

          • uptownsteve

            But that is not the law. You righties now advocate ignoring laws you don’t like?

          • http://subversioninc.com Matthew Vadum

            You asked what I would do. I told you. Besides, all the facts have not yet been disclosed so it’s not at all clear if he violated the law.

          • uptownsteve

            His lawyer admitted that D’Souza reimbursed his friends $20,000.00 so he could circumvent the campaign finance inidividual limit of $5.0000. That’s a crime buddy.

          • Rick Bode

            You: …circumvent the campaign finance inidividual limit of $5.0000. That’s a crime buddy.
            *********************************************************************
            Really!?!?! It states in plain english–even by your own admission–that 25K is the “crime” limit, but then you go on to say it’s a crime. Make up your mind or admit you have trouble with comprehension.

          • uptownsteve

            Shut up dummy. LMAO!!!!

          • Drakken

            You first dumbazz.

          • Rick Bode

            My bad, I see you think $5000 is the limit, noooo, the article states 25K is the limit which was not exceeded so it becomes comprehension as your problem. I apologize for falsely accusing you of having a hypocritical stance.

          • Omar

            And do you know about the crimes that Communist filmmaker Oliver Stone has committed. He took American taxpayers’ money to create and finance films bashing American conservatives and glorifying left-wing despots, particularly those in Latin America. Why don’t you criticize left-wing corruption?

          • Wolfthatknowsall

            So is speeding. Ever gone beyond the speed limit? It’s a crime, after all …

          • ZZ

            Wrong as always, Skeve. But it’s my fault as a White conservative that you’re a lying moron who cant be held responsible for your obnoxious comments.

          • The Facts

            I bet you’re still saying that about your idol. http://articles.latimes.com/1988-09-04/books/bk-2359_1_best-congress-money

          • Omar

            You leftists love ignoring the Constitution. Fact-check.

          • curmudgeon

            No, that is the realm of the democRAT party of lawyers who merely ignore laws they don’t favor. This is the most abusive administration ever. I could never understand the venom shown to the elites after the French Revolution until Obama was selected. I now fully understand the tumbrils headed to the guillotine.

        • Wolfthatknowsall

          Appointment to high office in the next administration …

    • Drakken

      Oh God! A bag of hammers is smarter than you.

    • Omar

      You support leftist double standards because you are a left-wing loon yourself. Why don’t you learn from facts instead of repeating left-wing propaganda? The left targets conservatives because they are scared of the truth. You are simply the mouthpiece of the left, you f**k**g ignoramus.

  • antioli

    If the Republicans get in lets hope it is the kind that will correct the Holder Obama injustices

    • Rick Bode

      I’d go one further:”If the Republicans get in”, hoping they are not the ‘old guard’ Reps., then I would like to see them pursue any possible charges, civil or criminal, against any of these dems that are in on this–travesty is the only word coming to mind right now. The jury in my mind is still out whether minimum or maximum penalties should be targeted though. Minimum just to let them know they are in fact not above the law, maximum for none other than retribution’s sake which is the part I’m having trouble justfying.

      • Taqyia2Me

        With her proven anti-corruption track record, it would be a tremendous cause for joy should Sarah Palin be nominated as US Attorney General.

        • frodo

          Like she could or would be confirmed–give me a break.

          • Wolfthatknowsall

            All you need is 51 votes for confirmation, now. You can thank Dingy Harry for that one …

          • frodo

            Well, good luck if you think that Palin could get anywhere close to that many votes.

          • Wolfthatknowsall

            Assuming that the GOP gains control of the Senate … note that “control” means at least 51 votes in your caucus … what’s to stop the confirmation of Sarah Palin? Or are you in favor of the Senate abandoning the “nuclear option” and requiring 60 votes for cloture?

          • frodo

            Regarding Palin–she’s simply not qualified. Not a lawyer, is she?

          • Wolfthatknowsall

            The discussion in the sub-thread is about Sarah Palin as Attorney General, whose degree from the University of Idaho was in Communications, with an emphasis on Journalism.

            I honestly don’t know whether a non-lawyer can be appointed Attorney General. But it doesn’t really matter, does it? The primary purpose of the AG (n the modern age) is to protect the administration.

            My point throughout this discussion is that Harry Reid made it possible to confirm a Palin appointment by a simple majority. This is why the GOP didn’t change the rules, during the Bush Administration. It could come back and bite them. Reid doesn’t seem to care about that …

          • frodo

            You might turn this the other way–the GOP made it all but impossible to get people confirmed and that difficulty made this risk seem a good one.

          • Wolfthatknowsall

            Then, that should make you feel really warm and cozy when there’s a Republican president and GOP Senate that basically rubber-stamps people you don’t like for high office. You don’t do away with 200 years of precedent without consequence.

          • Wolfthatknowsall

            And this is what the DEMs were doing when the GOP-controlled Senate considered breaking 200 years of tradition. The difference? They didn’t do it, did they?

          • ZZ

            Joto,

            You mean she couldn’t be nominated or confirmed……..until 2016, when she will definitely be nominated and confirmed for public office by the Republican President and Congress. Assuming she isn’t slready Vice President by then.

          • frodo

            Not for Attorney General for sure–which is, of course, the topic under discussion here.

        • uptownsteve

          Don’t you have to be a lawyer to qualify for AG? But of course qualifications don’t matter to righties. As long as she’s white and right…..wing.

          • ZZ

            No, you don’t have to be a lawyer to qualify for AG, just like you don’t have to be a judge to qualify for the Supreme Court (Elaine Kagan,) or have any qualifications whatsoever to be President (Barack Hussein Obama.)

          • uptownsteve

            Stupidity, thy name is conservative.

          • Wolfthatknowsall

            You would scream “Bloody Murder!” if Allen West were nominated and confirmed for office. Don’t play the race card with me. I’ve read too many of your posts …

  • frodo

    “Some Obama apologists, incidentally, suggest the Jarrett quotation is
    apocryphal. They may be right. Even if it is made up, it doesn’t matter.
    Chicagoan Jarrett is every bit as devious and vindictive an Alinskyite
    as Obama is.”

    It does matter if it’s made up. Assertions like these do a fine job of undermining any authority this piece might have.

    Too, in a number of the cases cited above, the essay mentions investigations and then seems to forget that in service of the argument that they weren’t and that Obama’s protecting them.

    • Drakken

      What I find extremely amusing is, if Obummer was right in front of you, you would get down on your knees and blow him with complete adoration in your eyes, and swallow. Nothing that Comrade Obummer and his minions do is wrong in your eyes, and it is all the conservatives fault for everything

      • frodo

        Charming, as ever. And as inaccurate as ever.

        • ZZ

          Are you saying you would prefer to bite the pillow? Have him make your brown eye blue? (Not the one that winks, the one that stinks.) You know, no matter how many times you try that, you wont get pregnant. Hemorrhoids and AIDS maybe, but not pregnant. But hey, you probably have both already so just sign up for Obunghole Care.

          • frodo

            That’s all you have? Is that supposed to be impressive or effective as argument?

        • Drakken

          Please, by all means, tell me where anything I just said is inaccurate? No matter what, you would defend Obummer and company if it killed you.

          • frodo

            After resorting to insult, you expect engagement?

          • Drakken

            Oh gee whiz, were your feelings hurt? I am sure that there is a self esteem therapist that can help you or maybe your mommy will give you a cookie and tell your for the enth time how special you are. There? Feel all better now?

          • frodo

            Who said anything about feelings? Please. Cheap (and, frankly, stupid) insults don’t make for argument. If you want to play insult games, that’s fine, but don’t pretend to be in anything even remotely like conversation.

            But, often, this site is more about piling on in agreement than in discussion.

    • ZZ

      Actions speak louder than words. Obama and Jarrett are absolutely using every government agency and appointed judge as weapons to persecute American dissidents.

  • Paul

    Google “narcissistic Personality Disorder and you have answer and explanation of Obama and what is coming our way.

  • mcbee555

    The “regime” is not contesting any facts of DeSouza’s film of a few years ago. He has another film to be launched and Obama & Co. hasn’t been able to scare-off DeSouza about that. We all know how thin-skinned Obama and Holder are, and now we see how they’ll pull out all stops in what must be called revenge via harassment. There is nothing to gain for Obama with this but revenge. Obama is the man who boasted that he taught constitutional law for ten years and would be fully in support of The Constitution.
    Now, we see what he meant….freedom of speech for him and his cronies, none for any other citizen. The people of this nation, by now, should promise themselves to never repeat a disaster like Obama again.

  • Maynard

    This is an excellent article. Unfortunately, nothing will be done about these abuses by our president, his attorney general and the other thugs mentioned because the House, the Senate and the Supreme Court are filled with wimps. Some of them talk big but they are afraid of Obama and Holder because he is black.

  • SoCalMike

    The Left are masters of projecting their criminal action and intent onto their opposition. The held Nixon up as the apex of evil as they betrayed South Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos creating the Killing Fields and the Boat People.
    Compare Watergate to 5 million dead SE Asians murdered by communists the 93 rd Congress aided and abetted.
    D’Souza is charged with fake crimes while Obama and Holder turn turn the government into the largest criminal enterprise in the history of the country.
    Just spit on them.

  • tanstaafl

    This is the second film maker Obama wants to put in jail.

  • james connolly

    This marvelous article does a great service to honest, law-abiding U.S. citizens. The “case” against Dinesh D’Souza underscores a very accurate portrayal
    of members of the Obama regime at the highest levels. Words that come to
    mind are “hypocritical retribution, cynical, petty, criminal, lying,
    intolerance of the truth, overt contempt for the First Amendment and much of the Constitution, especially for what does not comport with the regime’s grotesque “party line,” vindictive, adolescent, paranoid, score settling, gross incompetence, and dangerous. That’s what the so-called “most transparent administration in history” looks like.

    Obama has met or exceeded, in one fashion or another, every article of impeachment drawn up in 1974 against Richard Nixon. Yet, very few in the media have the guts to report the truth, preferring to overlook outlandish, extremist criminal behavior on the part of the president and his adoring administration and citizen partners in crime, in and out of government. Mr. O. knows most major media will slant the “news” to lack any criticism of him. He can do NO WRONG. I can scarcely imagine anything he could do that would rile the masses enough to awaken them from their complacency and crippled awareness of what is really going on and the perils we face.

    Mr. D’Souza’s well-researched works expose and explain the truth about Obama and his disastrous “hope and change” agenda. Like in the former
    USSR, the truth and any opposition to the government were NOT tolerated and
    called for harassment and retribution. Hence, this inane charade plays
    out before our eyes. D’Souza is hounded, while dishonest thugs in this
    administration are never held accountable or fired. They are too needed.

  • Dallas25305

    The Marxist, black power racist Chairman Barack Hussien Obama is just using his corrupt henchman “the Coward” Eric Holder to strike as much fear as possible into anyone who may even think about standing up to or exposing any of the crimes he is committing. Obozo was successful in the last election by using the IRS, his KGB to silence the Tea Party, he lied about his gutless incompetence in letting four brave men die in Benghazi. However they where four white men so he doesn’t care. It’s not as if his imaginary son Trayvon was there. When it comes to civil Rights the racist Obama doesn’t believe you have any civil rights if your white so he is OK with his gangs of racist Hood Rats attacking white people in the street. For the Racist Obama and Holder their is no crime in that. Obama’s corrupt People’s Liberal Socialist Democrap Party is all about voter fraud. They don’t want people to have Photo I.D. in the hood because then you can’t have more votes for the Democrap party than there are in the polling area. This is the evil that exist and they will try to steal the next election by lies, corruption and intimidation if they can just as they did the last one.

  • Susan

    What about all the foreign muslim money that zero got for his campaign???? That was never prosecuted either. What about all the proven LIES the President, Hillary ,and Holder stated. Weren’t some of them under oath. These people are a joke. We are under “Rule of a Marxist Dictator”. It is insidious and evil.

  • Jeff

    …Even if it is made up, it doesn’t matter.”
    No real need to read any further.

  • BagLady

    Your presidential election campaign comes across as a blockbuster Hollywood stage production. No wonder it costs so much to put on and players fiddle their expenses. Ridiculous undemocratic system that needs changing.

  • Winston York

    ASIA FOR THE ASIANS, AFRICA FOR THE AFRICANS, WHITE COUNTRIES FOR EVERYONE!

  • Gloria Stewart

    It is certain that what Mr D’Souza has to endure is payback. Republicans are correct to address the double standard and come to his defense in this arena. However, before we rally ’round him, there is an unpleasant truth we have to face.
    Mr. D’Souza has not the slightest clue as to the true nature of Islam, the greatest enemy we now face. It amazes me that a man of his learning could view Islam as essentially benign and attribute its hostility to us as due to the X rated nature of our society.
    A search of him on the internet – may I suggest his debate with Robert Spencer – will verify this.