Dinesh D’Souza takes on liberal narratives and LBJ at Texas State University

Dinesh D'Souza speaks at Texas State University in 2018 (D'Souza)

Video of lecture will surprise indoctrinated students and historians

Truth at a Texas university is another great thing the Lone Star State has bragging rights to. While universities across the United States, including California, Ivy League and Chicago universities, attempt to or succeed in ‘disinviting’ Ben Shapiro,  Sarah Palin, Ben Carson, Condoleezza Rice, and others, a south central Texas University recently accepted Dinesh D’Sousa to speak to an enthusiastic crowd of students.

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Texas State University in San Marcos (between San Antonio and Austin) welcomed the famous author, movie maker and speaker to campus as part of the 2018 Young American’s Foundation (YAF) D’Souza Unchaiined Lecture Series. The series is billed as YAF’s mission  “to bring a message of personal liberty and limited government to students on campuses all over America.”

Interestingly, the lecture was filmed at President Lyndon B. Johnson’s Alma mater, Texas State University, and is referred to as D’Souza exposes the secret life of LBJ. D’Souza’s wife, Debbie, a 1988 graduate of Texas State and a native of the Texas Rio Grande Valley was in the audience.

A must see video for all university students, historians, liberals, democrats, American Indians, African Americans, Hispanics, conservatives, independents, journalists and political science professors:

 

 

The questions being asked and presented on the Internet in response to this lecture, “Is the Democratic Party now the party of civil rights, or is it still the party of bigotry and racism as it has always been? Did racist and former Klansman Lyndon B. Johnson really undergo a conversion to the cause of civil rights, or is it all part of the Left’s big lie? You might be surprised at the answer…”

It was hard for some students to wrap their head around the question, “Did racist and former Klansman Lyndon B. Johnson really undergo a conversion to the cause of civil rights, or is it all part of the Left’s big lie?” But all were surprised at the answer…

D’Souza has been in the news this month after it was reported actress Rosie O’Donnell had broken Federal Election Commission laws because of her contributions exceed limits to a candidate in a single election. She even used different New York addresses and names to allegedly hide the contributions as being from one source.

“Five times more egregious than my case,” D’Souza responded on Twitter (with over 871,000 followers). “Now let’s see if Lady Justice is truly blind.”

Leftist weasels call me ‘felon’ 
During the Barack Obama Administration In 2014, D’Souza was sentenced to five years of probation for violating campaign finance laws after he made several contributions to a New York Republican Senatorial candidate. He was later blasted by the mainstream media and an intense campaign of political persecution. Mainstream media neglected or barely mentioned O’Donnell’s violations.

“I notice the leftist weasels who call me ‘felon’ have gone dead silent about Rosie committing 5 – yes five — campaign finance violations,” D’Souza later added.

D’Souza has had a prominent career as a writer, scholar, and public intellectual, and has also become a renowned filmmaker. Born in India, D’Souza came to the U.S. as an exchange student at the age of 18 and graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Dartmouth College. Called one of the “top young public-policy makers in the country,” D’Souza quickly became known as a major force in public policy through his books, speeches, and films.

His films, 2016: Obama’s America and America: Imagine A World Without Her, are respectively the #2 and #6 highest political documentaries of all time. D’Souza’s latest feature-length film, Hillary’s America, is widely credited with contributing to Hillary Clinton’s defeat in 2016, and quickly joined his first two films in the top 10 political documentaries of all time.

In 2018 D’Souza has spoken at the University of Florida. Last year he was received favorably for his lecture at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas.

 

 

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