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Dinesh D'Souza to adapt his book 'The Big Lie' for film

Wednesday, August 02, 2017

Indian-American filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza is set to adapt his new book 'The Big Lie: Exposing the Nazi Roots of the American Left' for big screen. The filmmaker behind the documentary 'Hillary's America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party', revealed he has already started raising funds for his next project, an examination of the term 'fascism'.

"I'm raising money now for a movie next summer based on this book ('The Big Lie') and perhaps another project. I've developed a pool of about 50 investors who are very committed to my work, and they believe the Hillary movie had a role in her defeat in the election, so they couldn't be more excited. And next year is an important midterm election," the filmmaker said.

When asked about the thesis of the new book and his upcoming movie, D'Souza, 56, said, "In my last book and movie about Hillary, I took on the race card, that Republicans have a racist history, but racism is actually deeply embedded in the Democrat party. I effectively pushed back against the race card, but since the election of Donald Trump they've produced a new card: The fascism card. Trump is a fascist and the Republicans are a neo-fascist party. In this book I take that on. I do a searching examination of the meaning of fascism and Nazism."

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