Actor and martial arts expert Chuck Norris has been devoting a good deal of his time lately to his nutritional pursuits, but politics is apparently never far from his passions. In an article published on WND this week, he revealed his top 10 highlights of Dinesh D’Souza’s documentary “Hillary’s America,” which is currently the top-grossing documentary film of 2016.
No. 10: “The lesson Dinesh learned in jail from other inmates: The federal government is the biggest gang there is.” D’Souza’s campaign finance prosecution followed the release of his 2012 documentary, “Obama’s America,” which Norris insinuates may not have been a coincidence.
No. 9: “The Democratic Party was the original pro-slavery and anti-minority party, and still is, when one understands its underlying motives and tactics.” The tactics of “servitude and subjection,” are still in use today in different forms, by the Democrat party.
No. 8: “The Republican Party was founded as the anti-slavery and pro-freedom movement.”
No. 7: “African-American Isa Wells (the “original Rosa Parks”) was raised in a 19th-century home of active Republican parents.”
No. 6: “President Woodrow Wilson, a Democrat, championed black segregation into the 20th century.”
No. 5: “Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood and one who is praised by Hillary Clinton, advocated eugenics for birth control and the ‘Negro Project.’”
No. 4: “President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal, which is often hailed for its goals of reforming the American economy and helping the underprivileged, resulted in negative and fascist consequences for blacks, according to Dinesh and supported by the Cato Institute and others.”
No. 3: Norris extracts former President Lyndon B. Johnson’s quote about stemming the tide of “black power” by giving black people: “a little something, just enough to quiet them down, not enough to make a difference.” Johnson also said: “I’ll have them ni—rs voting Democratic for two hundred years.”
No. 2: Norris wrote: “I’ve pointed in earlier articles how President Obama and Hillary Clinton were fans and followers of the radical social engineer Saul Alinsky, who confessed to using mob tactics to organize communities and manipulate society.
Alinsky became affiliated with Al Capone’s “enforcer” and number-two man, Frank Nitti. Alinsky said of Nitti: “Nitti took me under his wing. I called him the professor and I became his student.”
No. 1: “The movie rightly compares Hillary to Eva Peron, the Argentine politician famously accused of money laundering in the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical ‘Evita.’”
“Hillary’s America” deftly points out the history of the Democrat party that liberals so often wish to conceal and obfuscate.
Norris’ review of the film succinctly points out the critical point — that the history of the Democrat party is repeating itself today, just in a different form.