We have assiduously avoided saying anything about convicted criminal Dinesh D'Souza's latest propaganda film about dastardly liberals, but the endorsement he received recently, we believe, is worth mentioning.
Because what could trump a recommendation from Alex Jones' highly respected website Info Wars?
Check out psychotic blonde Milly Weaver's report on D'Souza's film "Hillary's America", and the insightful comments she got from viewers who appear to have based their entire world view on the great intellectual works of Sean Hannity and Michelle Malkin:
For reference, here's how the country's top movie critics rated D'Souza's film (via Rotten Tomatoes):
"This thing is madness." - The Arizona Republic
"A series of conspiratorial talking points familiar to Breitbart-oriented readers, but reshuffled in a new, startlingly illogical order." - Washington Post
"Agitprop comedy at its most insane, surpassing even D'Souza's previous screeds. D'Souza grasps at historical straws, stretching them to unflattering conclusions" - Tampa Bay Times
"This is an embarrassment to propaganda films." - Chicago Daily Herald
"It's 'The Room' of political cinema - a movie so jam-packed with uniquely ridiculous crap (and worse acting) that you'll need an after-sex cigarette to recover." - Metro
"If your conservative uncle's forwarded emails were a movie, they would be Hillary's America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party, a dull grab-bag of stale talking points and wildly revisionist history." - Salt Lake Tribune
"Doesn't even qualify as effectively executed propaganda."- Los Angeles Times
And no, we didn't watch D'Souza's movie, because the last time we did, this happened.