VIDEO: D’Souza, Richard Dreyfuss Discuss Border Crisis

D’Souza appeared on FOX News for Huckabee Saturday night along with award-winning actor Richard Dreyfuss. They discussed the current border security crisis and America, D’Souza’s new film in theaters nationwide.

Tens of thousands of people are mysteriously showing up on the border. Why now? D’Souza argues that what’s going on can be explained not by looking to the south, but by looking at our policies here in America.

Is the Obama administration exploiting the decency and good will of the American people in order to make a political point?

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15 Comments

  • chris says:

    July 28, 2014 at 3:01 PM

    It’s so funny that Dreyfuss describes this as walking into a debate vs a partisan objective and sullenly describes as an ambush of sort..Rather than listen to a real immigrant who has a real message that is also “constitutional” and slivered with facts.
    The facts are uncomfortable to the left as they expose the real hidden agenda that is cloaked in emotion and misinformation. I , who have voted for Obama in 08, Gore and even Clinton don’t find what D’Souza has to offer as partisan at all..I wish TV host would stop introducing him as a conservative boo writer and movie maker. How about introduce him as a self made immigrant who gained citizenship the right way and made his footprint on US Soil as an american first..Forget all the party BS…
    The movie was amazing. I learned a lot I was never taught after formal education through college towards my degree.
    I thank Dinesh for pointing my historical barometer in the right direction and for his obvious courage to do so publicly.
    Why can’t someone like Dryfuss who professes to be neither and right or left leaning ideal-log not give this man credit for doing an amazing job at shining light to the fact why America and the idea of Her is so important to the entire World? Probably because he is not honest with himself and the interview. But isn’t that what the far left and the ultra far right do?
    Yes, this nation is not perfect, but Obama would love us to be embarrassed of who we are rather than celebrate what makes us unique and made us great. It boils down to being still young enough as a county to hold close to our hearts the struggle for freedom from tyranny, live honest and care for our neighbors when they need help. Erasing that history is exactly what the left is doing now, for what? nothing more than power and greed. Not saying the far right would do it as well. I just think that it’s human nature to climb, scratch and claw for a crumb; and then forget what it took to get there even as they feast on the entire cake. The Constitution is the ONLY barometer we have to check ourselves and regain kurt morality at home and then into the World.
    Thank you Dinesh for being brave enough and humble enough to deliver a message of hope we all need so much..

  • Jerry says:

    July 28, 2014 at 11:17 PM

    Dinesh D’Souza makes a factually accurate and correct analysis and assessment in his movies about the truth of America, that the very core values and principles of this Constitutional Republic Nation has saved the wold many times over, and has becomes the light of Freedom and Liberty for all, not just here in America, but the world, “a shining city on a hill” as President Ronald Reagan said.

    But as Dinesh D’Souza rightly points out- the Left, aka Democrats, as it has done for decades, has and is using propaganda, revisionism, disinformation, and indoctrination to instill in the people’s mind that America, the Founding Fathers, the U.S. Constitution and this Republic was created on slavery, abusing and thieving labor from not just minorities, but all of it’s populace citizens by robber barons of Capitalism, etc, thus is inherently evil. And why- to tear down this Nation from within, to destroy the very fabric and core essence of this Republic, being a beacon of light for all that is Good, Right, Just, and Equal in the eyes of the law, and most important- Freedom and Liberty for all. That way they can, though the vessel entity of the Democrat party, like the Soviet Union Communist Party, control and maintain the powers they desire to control the people, property, resources, and environment, to do what they want at will, with impunity, without the nuisance of We the People getting in their way, who keep trying to exercise their unalienable Rights and Freedoms, ie; their Liberty, their bothersome notion of having to being responsive to them- elected officials, whom wish and are trying to assert being rulers, via the govt authority and power, ie; Oligarch Elitists in charge.

    Yet, the Left never admits, acknowledges that it- the Democrat party and people were the ones who fought for Slavery as the party of the Confederacy, then after they lost the Civil War to the Union to Republican President Abraham Lincoln, they created the KKK, who threatened, lynched, and burned property to stop Blacks from voting for republicans, from being elected to congress, etc, then once they gained back power in Congress in the late 1800s, legislatively Instituted Jim Crow Segregationist laws, Poll taxes, etc.. for over a 150 years. They never acknowledge and admit to any of that, now do they, and never will, which is why when they accuse Patriotic American Conservatives and or Republicans of racism, they are using “Projectionism”-Accusing others of what they themselves are guilty of, to reverse paint their guilty crimes of intolerance, bigotry, and hate onto their targeted political victims , just as Hitler did to the Jews in the 1920s and 30s.

    “How Democrats Exploit Minorities” – “The Democratic Party Is The Greatest Criminal Enterprise This Nation Has Ever Seen”
    http://www.americanthinker.com/article/2013/07/how_democrats_exploit_minorities.html

    Barry Goldwater stated it succinctly, precisely, and true, for the warnings of Liberalism, the Truth as he laid out to us, that is now happening today, and has absolutely vindicated him. In Goldwater’s 1964 Republican Nomination acceptance speech, he warns America of getting mired in a “swamp of collectivism.”

    Sen. Barry Goldwater: “I would remind you that extremism in the defense of liberty is no vice. And let me remind you also that moderation in the pursuit of justice is no virtue.”

    “The currently favored instrument of collectivization is the Welfare State. The collectivists have not abandoned their ultimate goal—to subordinate the individual to the State—but their strategy has changed. They have learned that Socialism can be achieved through Welfarism quite as well as through Nationalization.”

    Socialism-through-Welfarism poses a far greater danger to freedom than Socialism-through- Nationalization precisely because it is  more difficult to combat. The evils of Nationalization are self-evident and immediate. Those of Welfarism are veiled and tend to be postponed”

    (Barry Goldwater’s denunciation of the liberalism of both political parties of his day is his argument that liberals seek power for its own sake—that even ostensibly well-meaning efforts to promote the general welfare inevitably justify expansive growth of government power that swamp any chance of these reforms actually benefiting the public, citing- “absolute power corrupts absolutely”)

    Goldwater:“The framers of the Constitution had learned the lesson. They were not only students of history, but victims of it. They knew from vivid, personal experience that freedom depends on effective restraints against the accumulation of power in a single authority. And that is what the Constitution is a system of restraints against the natural tendency of government to expand in the direction of absolutism”

    “The very instrument by which these desirable ends are achieved can  be the instrument for achieving undesirable ends—that government can, instead of extending freedom, restrict freedom. And note, secondly, that the “can” quickly becomes “will” the moment the holders of government power are left to their own devices. This is because of the corrupting influence of power, the natural tendency of men who possess some  power to take unto themselves more  power. The tendency leads eventually to the acquisition of all  power—whether in the hands of one or many makes little difference to the freedom of those left on the outside.”
    unquote

    quote:
    “The principles of wealth creation transcend time, people, and place. Governments which deliberately subvert them by denouncing God, smothering faith, destroying freedom, and confiscating wealth have impoverished their people.”

    “We must be ever willing to negotiate differences, but equally mindful that there are American ideals that cannot be compromised. This will mean compromise, but not a compromise of basic principle.” unquote
    ~ U.S. President Ronald Wilson Reagan ~

  • Fish says:

    July 28, 2014 at 11:26 PM

    I agree with Mr Dreyfuss in part; the question “What would the world be like without Her?” is never given a clear answer. There is a lot of conclusions to the different “Grievances” addressed in the movie with which you can extrapolate a picture of what the world would look like but there is never a solid answer to the question. I suppose by leaving the question open ended it would allow us to make our own conclusion based on the arguments made. I have a slight internal conflict around this because I have a good education and am able to think, extrapolate, and draw conclusions based on the arguments for myself, but I also wanted to be spoon fed the answer and hear the words “And this is what the world would look like without America: …”

    Over all I really enjoyed the movie. I pray God can continue to use you to be a light in the very dark place of American politics.

  • greytstuff44 says:

    July 29, 2014 at 12:52 AM

    This was a great expose’ of how America as a nation is viewed, by a grateful and appreciative Naturalized Citizen, juxtaposed against a natural born citizen with a massive GOD complex, who was for years known as a notorious Hollywood liberal, who now wants to portray himself as anything other than what his historical political leanings were.
    I find it typical liberal behavior, that an aging Dreyfus (much older liberal trying desperately to look wiser), ,comes off as “petty”, and perhaps a bit jealous that some natualized conservative leaning INDIAN was gaining attention that wasn’t getting, while attacking the title of the movie, and thereby attacking the motive of the film maker; D’Souza.
    Denesh’s response to Dreyfus’s criticism was simply to acknowledge and explain what anyone watching the movie clearly could figure out on their own; had they been actually paying attention. In fact the answer was given, not by D’Sousa in the movie. He instead allowed others featured, to answer the question for him. In fact “BONO’S” statement in the movie, was perhaps the BEST case for America’s supremacy than any I’ve heard in a while .
    Had the ever INDEPENDENT mind of OUR lORD AND sAVIOR “RICHARD DREYFUS”, been open and as intelligent as he’d like us to think, then he would have both understood and appreciated BONO’S remarks in the film for what they were. But as always, the committed ex liberally indoctrinated mind has historically proven to be a hard nut to crack.
    So what exactly is the Dreyfus Initiative? To turn the focus away from upstart 3rd world Immigrants defending America with historical facts put into their proper prospective, and get the lime light back on him and his Liberal buds?
    I think it’s obvious to anyone actually paying as much attention to his self righteous and arrogant mannerism, which are so typical of most Liberals.

  • SGR says:

    July 29, 2014 at 4:48 AM

    Richard Dreyfuss was a waste of air time. Thank you Dinesh for taking the initiative to remind all Americans that this country although not always perfect has done many things right, consists of many many good things and one to be proud of and to appreciate. Growing up we were taught American history, the youths of today pretty much have no clue and it is a shame to see their lack of historic knowledge drive them to be aloof and lack In patriotism. We need real leadership as this current admin has brought nothing but negativity and the morale of this country to the lowest of lows.

  • Judy Ferguson says:

    July 29, 2014 at 6:48 AM

    This is so well stated. I do believe that there should be a follow up or second part to this movie that addresses more comparisons of our policies in addressing word problems as compared to past policies of other world powers. We are not equal to other world powers, because we are superior to them. At least we have been up till now.

  • Delia Winn says:

    July 29, 2014 at 9:09 AM

    I have not been able to see the movie. I am visiting in Fernandina Beach, Florida. I asked where they were showing the movie. Answered ” No plans to show it here”. Deeply concerned about the answered. Why not? I am returning to Virginia in a few days. Could you find out where is the schedule for this movie? The movie came out July 2nd. I am returning to Nevada in September.
    Is someone blocking the showing. Also the book “America” was not in displayed at Costco in Jacksonvile Florida. Did they sell them all or maybe they never had it? Thank you for any information.

  • Richard says:

    July 29, 2014 at 10:05 PM

    Please, uncross your arms Mr. Dreyfus………….your body language is says a lot.

  • Noelle says:

    July 31, 2014 at 8:59 PM

    I agreed with Richard unfortunately, that as the credits rolled, I wondered why I felt like “what would the world be like without her” was never answered. Watching the trailer again, you get the feeling that a world without USA was the whole premise of the movie, and it was not. I do think that Dinesh did a great job with this movie, but I would have liked to see the movie plot reflect that question. I realize that would mean making assumptions that may or may not be correct, but I just felt a disconnect between the actual information about the shaming of America and its people versus the expectation of a plot detailing the world as it would be without America, starting with Washington’s death as depicted in the movie. I have to question Mr. Dreyfuss’ statement of being non-partisan; he certainly seemed antagonistic and looking to pick a fight. His biggest concern is that Dinesh didn’t answer the question of a world without America? Almost seems like Dreyfuss is trying to belittle Dinesh as a filmmaker, instead of commenting on the content of the film. Personally I enjoyed the film and learned a few things, but I think that 2016 was a better film.

  • Josh says:

    August 1, 2014 at 3:56 PM

    I don’t get why people say “The movie never answered the question.” It did on every single one of the segments of the film when D’Souza debunked the narrative being taught by liberals.

    I think what these sorts of people were looking for was an alternate reality version of the world where America didn’t exist. They wanted some kind of “If Columbus never sailed the ocean blue, then America would have been discovered by the Chinese instead of the Spanish.” And that just isn’t what the movie was about. The movie was about the criticism of the nation and the re-writing of history by liberals.

    You see, this “Imagine a world without her” line is like the John Lennon song where he says “Imagine there’s no countries, it isn’t hard to do, nothing to kill or die for, and no religion too.” Right now, there are people who have this revisionist history of the world where all the evil in the world is blamed on some group or idea, rather than on the choices individuals make. It’s a lot easier to blame your problems on religions, America, Jews, blacks, etc. Blame anybody but yourself.

    So you see, “Imagine the world without her” is the criticism. “Imagine a world without America. There would be peace on earth and utopia for all.” That is the idea being told by the left. It’s the idea being debunked by the film. “If only America didn’t exist, we’d all be better off. Imagine a world without America! There’d be no death or poverty! Just imagine a world without America! There’d be no oppression!”

  • NMX says:

    August 1, 2014 at 6:52 PM

    You have to be a communist to make it in Hollywood… need I say more?

  • Marvin Gentz says:

    August 2, 2014 at 4:27 AM

    Dinesh is a master apologist for America, but he and his movie is a pack of lies. Check out this avoidance of the truth. “All of the mistakes that America is blamed for are the same mistakes of the world”. How childish. It is like saying “yes sir, officer, I know I just killed somebody with my car, but it’s ok because thousands of other drivers do that every day. And then he says that if we don’t believe that, how about this, “The rotten liberals made us do it.” And how about his apology of the civil war. “Some northern soldiers were just trying to help some Black People from the south who could not help themselves.” Shame on you Dinesh for eliminating the truth from American History. I do not think that you can purge evils just by lying about them.

  • Marvin Gentz says:

    August 2, 2014 at 4:31 AM

    Why in the world would my comments require moderation? I am suggesting the the comments of Dinesh demand moderation.

  • Jane says:

    August 2, 2014 at 9:57 AM

    I have yet to see the movie (my bad), but I consider the title to be an invitation for the viewer to dream/reflect upon what the world would be like without America, to consider the greatness of America, and ponder where the world would be without that greatness. Dinesh appears to offer different perspectives, and lets us find our way to our own answer. At the same time, he is vocal in his support of applauding America, celebrating America, which leaves me to believe he is like-minded, and so of course I want to see the movie and hear his perspective.

    I must say I think I am as confused about Dreyfuss being on the show as he appeared to be. Seemed like a poor match up, especially given Dreyfuss focus on our constitution (which is a good thing) more so than Right vs Left (which in a large part is what Dinesh is all about – confronting the Left’s narrative).

  • James says:

    August 8, 2014 at 9:51 PM

    Mr. Dreyfuss’ body language was defensive and decidedly closed to any potentially opposing point of view.
    Mr. DSouza’s body language was the opposite of Mr. Dreyfuss.

    For Mr. Dreyfuss to say that he was non-partisan was definitely dishonesty in action. Especially when he decides to interpret the 3-year delay in the Civil War to mean that Americans were not on the right side of morality. He also chooses to believe that we would not have gone to war if the reason was slavery from the onset…how can he make that statement about a timeline that never happened? Is it possible for anyone to know what people as a whole would have decided to do if the information they had was different? NO.

    29 of the 56 Founders were abolitionists – over half of them. That means that anti-slavery predated America just as slavery itself predated America. And the anti-slavery roots were greater than the slavery roots!