Having watching the trailer for Dinesh D’Souza's 90-minute version of every ALL CAPS email you have ever gotten from Crazy Uncle Liberty, I have learned four things.
First, through the magic of film-making, the eight-months D’Souza spent in a half-way house for being a cheating weasel can be transformed into a heroic journey of noble endurance, personal discovery and transformation somewhere on the spectrum between Bruce Wayne escaping the hell pit
and Alan Alda in The Glass House
Second, through the magic of film-making, D’Souza can transform the massively well-documented history of slavery and civil rights in America -- which can be found in any of a million high school text books, John Lewis comic books and Ken Burns documentaries -- into a dark and terrible cover-up which can only be unraveled by prison-hardened Dinesh D’Souza working it out clue by agonizing clue in his Beautiful Mind conspiracy bunker.
Third, through the magic of film-making, the last 60 years of American civil rights history has mysteriously disappeared from D’Souza's tale of the coming Hillary Clinton Apocalypse. Turns out, Jon Stewart was wrong; you really can "just 'yada, yada, yada' the last 60 Republican years". In fact, you can make a tidy profit doing so if your target audience is not, say, Howard University students (video is preceded by advertisement):
but instead the kind of easily-fleeced Conservative meatheads who think that Dinesh D’Souza is a serious thinker.
Fourth -- and most important of all -- instead of taking up an honest trade during his time at Shawshank, the only skill Dinesh D’Souza apparently learned was to use the magic of film-making to beef up
Think I'm kidding? Well here you go...