Dinesh D’Souza Points out the Real Fascists in America

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“You’re a fascist.” That term is thrown around by the low-information left as if it ends all arguments, but the reality is that fascism has far more in common with modern liberalism than with any flavor of conservatism.

That fact is exactly what renowned author and filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza makes perfectly clear in his new book — and he has brilliantly reminded readers who the real fascists are in America.

“There’s a deep fascist streak in politics now,” D’Souza explained to Breitbart News about his book, “The Big Lie.”

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“Ironically, the fascism of today marches under the banner of anti-fascism, and it claims the moral credibility of anti-fascism,” he continued, referring to militant leftist groups such as “antifa” and “Black Lives Matter.”

Just like an individual with deep personal problems lashes out at others, the left has begun falsely projecting its own fascist inclinations onto President Donald Trump and his supporters.

“In other words, it tries to take all the odor of fascism – stained as it is with the Holocaust, Auschwitz – and project it onto Trump and on the right,” stated D’Souza. “This is a massive historical deception. That’s the Big Lie at its core.”

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The author, whose previous books include “Obama’s America” and “Stealing America,” went on to explain that the goals of fascism and liberalism are the same: A centralized, all-powerful state.

“Remember, for example, that with the NSA today, there are surveillance technologies that were completely unavailable to Mussolini in the ’20s or Hitler in the ’30s,” he said. “So in a sense, true fascism, full-scale fascism, is more possible today than it was in the 20th Century.”

D’Souza cited several examples to show the connection between today’s left and the fascists of the last century. One of the most shocking is Planned Parenthood and its founder, Margaret Sanger.

“Margaret Sanger’s basic premise was eugenics. More children from the fit and less from the unfit. She was in support of fairly extreme measures, including segregation and then, notoriously, forced sterilization in order to deprive lower-class and uneducated women of the chance to reproduce,” he said. “She was very explicit about that.”

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“Now, when the Nazis did it in 1933, Margaret Sanger gave speeches praising it. She said, ‘Look, the Nazis, the Germans, are ahead of us. We’ve got to catch up to them.’ This is the actual Margaret Sanger, but it’s not the Margaret Sanger you’ll find in Planned Parenthood brochures,” D’Souza continued.

Other connections are less well known, but even more blatant.

“The guys, for example, who wrote the Nuremberg laws, the senior Nazi officials, are literally standing there and debating these laws holding in their hand the blueprints of Democratic laws of the Jim Crow South,” D’Souza elaborated.

“And they’re basically saying, ‘All we need to do, in effect, is cross out the word black and write in the word Jew, and we’re home free,’” he continued.

The bestselling author also made the point that despite the liberal hysteria over Trump’s alleged “nationalism,” there is actually no clear connection between Nazism and simply wanting your country to succeed.

“But the truth of it is that nationalism is not a key defining feature of fascism at all,” he clarified. “I was born in India. Gandhi was a nationalist. Mandela was a nationalist. All the anti-colonial leaders were nationalists. Churchill was a nationalist. The American Founders were nationalists,” he stated.

Liberal bullies are used to conservatives backing down when accusations of being a “fascist” or a “racist” are thrown around.

More and more, however, the right is pushing back — and like Dinesh D’Souza, they’re using facts to reveal those wild inaccuracies, and unmask the true fascists of today.

Here’s a hint: They usually call themselves “liberal.”

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