Dinesh D’Souza takes on Biden’s weaponization of law enforcement in new ‘Police State’ film

"The police state isn't coming, it’s already here."

Katie Daviscourt Seattle WA
Conservative author and filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza released a trailer for his upcoming film, Police State, which covers the political persecution of Americans at the hands of weaponized government agencies.

The trailer, which is chalked full of suspenseful moments that captivate viewers, begins with a family holding hands and praying at the dining table before breakfast.

Just as the family shares laughs and joyous moments before starting each of their days, federal police officers break into the home to arrest the father with their guns drawn.

"We want the subject to be on display. Doing the walk of shame. Full visual impact," An FBI agent says while briefing his team before the arrest.

Conservative podcast host Dan Bongino, House Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH), Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) are featured in the film and can be heard discussing the dire concerns about the United States Department of Justice being weaponized to go after political rivals, such as President Donald Trump, January 6 defendants, and parents attending school board meetings.

D'Souza said on the film's official website that, "'Police State' is a movie that I never wanted to make, because I never wanted America to get to a point where a movie like this needed to be made. I feel like the animal that alerts the herd to approaching danger, so we can take precautionary steps before it's too late."

The film's lead actor, Nick Searcy, asserted that the United States is on a path toward totalitarianism and the only real crime in a police state is questioning the government.

"The relentless persecution of political opponents by the party in power is a hallmark of totalitarian countries. In a police state, the only real crime is daring to question the State. America is now a police state," he said.

Police State was produced by Dinesh D'Souza, Debbie D'Souza, and Bruce Schooley in collaboration with Dan Bongino and research by Julie Kelly and Peter Schweizer.

Bongino, a former Secret Service agent and military veteran, who has a significant role in the film, said: "The police state isn't coming, it’s already here. The signs are everywhere. And once you recognize them, your senses will be heightened to the danger we’re all in."

Police State will be exclusively in theaters on Monday, October 23 and Wednesday, October 25. Purchase tickets here.
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