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(6681) 5.3 106 min 2016

Hillary's America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party is a movie starring Dinesh D'Souza, Jonah Goldberg, and David Guyette. Documentarian Dinesh D'Souza analyzes the history of the Democratic Party and what he thinks are...

Starring
Jonah Goldberg, David Guyette, Andrea Cohen, Dinesh D'Souza
Genres
Documentary, History, Biography
Director
Dinesh D'Souza, Bruce Schooley

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary, History, Biography
Director Dinesh D'Souza, Bruce Schooley
Writer Dinesh D'Souza, Bruce Schooley
Stars Jonah Goldberg, David Guyette, Andrea Cohen, Dinesh D'Souza
Country USA
Also Known As Os Estados Unidos da Hillary: A História Secreta do Partido Democrata, Hillary's America, The Secret History of the Democratic Party
Runtime 1H 46M
Description Documentarian Dinesh D'Souza analyzes the history of the Democratic Party and what he thinks are Hillary Clinton's true motivations.

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Friday, 10 Jul 2020 13:37

Hillary is the one that killed the Democratic Party, it's now all the same, it's not just a name anymore, it's the name, and it's the truth, so to speak. the documentary takes you through every detail of her life from her early childhood to the times when she was running for President, and the politics that influenced her life. The film follows her for many years, and shows her path to politics and everything that happened. and her path, of course, continues, to the current time. that she did not run again for President. It also tells us what a difficult journey she had to take, it's something that everyone would do, even though there were obstacles that she had to face. It shows us the history of her family, and how she grew up in a very strict and strict environment. But, it does not only focus on her family, but her family history, which was very important, because it's very important to her, and it was important to the movie, and she does a wonderful job, of making it look very professional, and even very easy to follow. I love how it looked like she was a little bit older than she was, I don't know how much of that is true. I can't imagine how much she has to live up to. It's a must see for anyone who ever had a family, because they know, that if they ever have a family history, they know, that the ones that they love, will not be with them forever, they will die, and they will leave a legacy behind. It's not a documentary for those who do not have a family history, but it is, and it shows you, that we have been lied to, because we did not realize, that we are not the only ones, that our family history is alive and well, that the ones we love, will not be with us forever. a must see!
Monday, 06 Jul 2020 15:25

This movie gives us a very clear picture of the lack of professionalism and integrity exhibited by the Democratic Party from its very beginning. In this case, the Democratic National Committee (DNC) was founded in 1948, an organization whose goal was to elect party officials. The DNC, which has not yet been reformed, has been a vehicle for the Democratic Party for decades. Its charter states that "the Democratic National Committee is a non-partisan political organization dedicated to the Democratic Party's electoral success in all 50 states and the District of Columbia and the victory of Democratic candidates for the White House and other offices at the national, state and local levels". Its mission has been to "secure the votes of the Democratic Party at every level of government". The DNC does not even have an election committee, but instead relies on "representative democracy". The Democrats have long taken a backseat to business as usual and do not even maintain a secret committee to investigate any wrongdoing. As the movie shows, the DNC was not founded to be a public figure for the people to investigate or to monitor the activities of the organization. It was founded in order to guarantee that a candidate, Democratic or Republican, would win the election. That has always been the goal of the Democrats. The movie shows the bias in the DNC, with candidates being recruited and selected from the ranks of the same party, the Democratic Party. The Democratic Party is a corporate entity. The movie shows how the DNC has used its power to help the Clintons to win the election in 1992. As Clinton would go on to win the election in 1996, the Democrats were in full control of the party, and the media was bought by the party, giving the media a pro-Democratic bias. The movie also shows how the Democratic Party was a force that could not be broken, despite the enormous amount of money the party had to spend. The movie ends with the belief that the Democratic Party is in a death spiral, and that the next presidential election will be decided by people who want to change the party and to make the Democratic Party more democratic. The Democrats have been in control of the party for decades, but are unable to do anything about it. It is this situation that has led to their loss of control of the Democratic Party in the elections of 2006 and 2008. The Democrats do not have any incentive to reform the party, since their control is total, and their power over the party is total. It's a sick system. This movie is a true story. It is a part of the "Democratic Solution", which is the only solution to the problems with the Democrats. This film will change the way you look at the Democratic Party, and it is a must see for any American.
Thursday, 02 Jul 2020 05:19

As the first presidential debate is here, I went to this documentary for some introspection. The opening credits were very great, showing a clip from the 1992 presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Al Gore. The rest of the documentary is great, and I would recommend it to anyone who has some understanding of how the Clinton administration and the Democratic party handled the 1992 elections. Not to be outdone, the final section of the documentary is a great analysis of how the media manipulates people in order to get them to vote for Hillary Clinton. What I enjoyed most of this documentary was the way the director explores the differences between the "liberal" and "conservative" news media. This does not mean that the liberal media is bad and the conservative media is good. It is really a matter of what your opinion is. This film shows that all the different news media are "managed" by the "left-wing" corporations and that the media has become controlled by the money that corporations can make from a particular segment of society. This is a very important topic, and I would strongly recommend that everyone is able to understand the differences between the media. However, if you are not familiar with the difference between the media, or if you do not like the media, this film is not for you. I also would highly recommend this film to people who like politics, but don't like the media. It will show you how much better a political movie is than any other political movie. All in all, this is an excellent film, and I would recommend it to everyone who has a little knowledge of the Clinton administration and the Democratic party. This is not a political movie, it is a great documentary.
Friday, 29 May 2020 04:28

I was really surprised at the film. I am a fan of John Cusack and I love political documentaries. This film really does go into detail about how the Clintons have made millions from selling the American dream to the American people. I thought the film was excellent. I am really happy that there is finally a documentary film that covers the Clintons and their scandals. I love watching documentaries, especially ones that go into detail about what is going on in our country. I love the way the film covers the Clintons scandals and how they are making millions from selling the American dream. I was really impressed with the film and the fact that it was really researched and researched by the subjects. I love the fact that they didn't show the Hillary Clinton scandals, but they did show the Bill Clinton scandals. I also liked the fact that the film did not give the answers to the questions that the people ask. I love that the film had no answers, it just said "We don't know." The film was very informative, very interesting and very well done. I am very excited for the next one. I think this film is going to be really good. I think that the film is going to be very interesting to see what other subjects are going to be covered in the next one. I think that the next one is going to be really good. I hope that we will get to see the next film that covers the Clintons scandals. I am really excited about the next one. I hope that they will cover the Clintons scandals.
Sunday, 19 Apr 2020 21:01

This film is a must see for anyone who is a political science major. It is well worth the watch. There are a number of facts that have been hidden from the public and most of them have been wrong. For example, Clinton had 1,000 emails that were never released and Clinton and Obama were planning to set up a private, for profit, "Super PAC" that would receive millions of dollars from foreign governments and corporations. Clinton has long used the IRS to get favorable treatment from foreign governments and corporations. The "Citizens United" decision (which is now the law of the land) allowed foreign governments and corporations to "write" laws in the U.S. that affected American citizens. There is the reality of how foreign governments and corporations are able to influence our political system, especially the U.S. election process. It is interesting that, after years of allowing foreign governments and corporations to write the laws of the U.S., the U.S. Congress passed a bill allowing the U.S. President to have veto power over legislation he thinks will hurt his re-election campaign. The film also covers the role of the Clintons in the creation of the modern day progressive movement. For example, there was a massive effort by the progressive movement to convince the U.S. government to adopt a national health care program that would have covered the entire population. As a result, the U.S. government never enacted a national health care program. Instead, the progressive movement shifted its focus to other issues. The film points out that the U.S. economy has gone down hill since the 1990s. The government has spent more money on wars and on national security, but the economy is not doing so well. There are also many people who have died as a result of the federal government's decisions regarding the environment, energy, and other issues. I encourage all to view this film and to remember the past. It is an important film to look at because it highlights what our government has done in the past and the current state of the U.S. economic and environmental health.


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