Dinesh D’Souza has a new video out, that he’s calling a ‘documentary’ on election fraud. He claims that the movie, 2000 Mules, shows illegal ballot harvesting, though at best, it shows people dropping off ballots, without any evidence of whether they’re legal. However, he’s especially upset with the right-wing news networks that — perhaps once bitten, twice shy, after their bouts with lawsuits from Dominion Voting Systems — won’t give him air time.
Here’s D’Souza, again complaining that Fox News won’t show his video. At this point, he’s practically begging — even inviting them to ask “somebody from the left, or even a never-Trumper type” to appear alongside him to refute his claims of evidence.
Dinesh D’Souza on his 2000 Mules movie: “Now it could be that our evidence is flawed. In which case point it out.” pic.twitter.com/fdBpT0BRqp
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“I go on Fox News virtually every single week, and I’ve been doing that now for two or three years,” he complains. “For them to sort of make me persona non grata, refuse to talk about the movie, I find to be downright strange. They don’t doubt that I’m a credible person, otherwise they wouldn’t be having me on.”
He’s especially upset at Tucker Carlson, who he accuses of faking his “aww-shucks, one of the guys” persona, and of stealing his trailer and then refusing to give him credit.
Dinesh D’Souza escalates his feud with Tucker Carlson and Fox, demanding a public apology: “With Fox, things aren’t the way it seems .. There’s Tucker .. behind the scenes .. these people are .. nasty, they’re vicious, they try to strong-arm you.” pic.twitter.com/lSbgA1ixRo
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“Things aren’t the way it seems…There’s Tucker, he’s wearing his fisherman’s jacket, he’s got his aww shucks attitude, he’s one of the guys, but behind the scenes this is how these people operate. They’re nasty, they’re vicious, they threaten you…It’s ‘Let us steal your trailer, pretend it’s our content, and if you object, you’re banned permanently from the show.”
He’s asking for Fox to introduce “not just some discipline but some civility,” and asking for a public apology.
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