Hillary and the Democrats
Firebrand writer and columnist Dinesh D'Souza has done something extraordinary lately. The film he created, "Hillary's America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party," has already become the highest-grossing documentary of 2016, and hit number 10 among political documentaries overall.

The film's powerful and accurate depiction of historical narrative was probably the reason for its success. D'Souza delved into the history of the Democratic Party, revealing its connections with the Trail of Tears, the Klu Klux Klan, and the eugenics movement. His film declared that the Democratic Party is like a big gang, organized on a con to steal America.

These are very controversial claims, but D'Souza backed them up well. History has indeed been far from kind to the issues for which the Democratic Party once stood: Indian removal, the expansion of slavery, and segregation.

But everyone already heard the story — there was a big switch, and the racists southerners abandoned the Democratic Party to become Republicans. D'Souza film attacked this view, arguing that as the South became less racist it became more Republican.

In order to prove that "the big switch is a big lie," the movie presented all the Democrat leaders and elected officials during the proposed transition, changing their color from blue to red during the switch. Less than one percent actually changed parties!

The movie also mentioned eugenics and forced sterilization, Margaret Sanger's speech before the KKK, and the social engineering of the Progressive movement. It hit on the first film screened at the White House — the racist "The Birth of a Nation" showed to Woodrow Wilson — and argued that the first Democratic efforts for gun control had a racist motive.

The central message? Hillary Clinton's shady deals — from Whitewater to the Clinton Foundation to Emailgate — fit in a long history of Democrats trying to con the American people. Bolstered by Saul Alinsky's tactics, Hillary has been able to apply mob techniques to power on a grand scale.