erik lundegaard

A Born Liar, Now Convicted

“The idea that the [Obama] administration would be in any way 'rattled' by D’Souza’s documentary is highly unlikely. '2016' spins a cockamamie theory that President Obama is using his power to diminish America’s standing in the world in order to fulfill the aspirations of the father he never knew. It’s a derp-fest for the high-brow anti-Obama zealot who believes the president is a “Third World anti-colonial” and also demands slick production values.”

-- Simon Malloy, “The Right's Favorite Criminal: Inside the hopeless obsession with Dinesh D'Souza,” on Salon.com.

I particularly like “derp-fest.” But not as much as I like the schadenfreude of D'Souza's troubles.

Dinesh D'Souza

What Billy Martin said of both Reggie Jackson and George Steinbrenner can now be said of just D'Souza: a born liar, now convicted.


Posted at 01:29 PM on Wed. May 21, 2014 in category Movies - Quotes  
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