Weaponized Justice in America — By: Church Militant

WASHINGTON (ChurchMilitant.com) – Dinesh D’Souza’s recently released film Police State is sounding the alarm over the erosion of civil liberties in America.

The film premiered in select theaters on Monday, with an additional showing scheduled for Wednesday and a virtual screening slated for Friday.

Police State seeks to foster a discourse on the balance between governance and individual freedom.

Unfortunate Narrative

D’Souza, a seasoned filmmaker known as a constitutional conservative, collaborated with codirectors Debbie D’Souza and Bruce Schooley to produce a documentary just shy of two hours long and encapsulated by the tagline, “There is nowhere to hide. They have their lists. Are you next?”

Dinesh D’Souza and Dan Bongino
[images courtesy of Gage Skidmore]

The filmmaker articulated his reluctance in producing this film, expressing, “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,” he added.

His reflections underscore a pivotal question posed in the film, “Who protects the people from an unlawful government?” and mirror a broader concern about the state of governance in contemporary America. 

Voices of Concern

Stacy Langton, the founder of Mama Grizzly who appears in the film, explained to Church Militant that being targeted by the Left is scary. She further clarified that she stays in the fight to encourage others to join her, insisting that a refusal to fight would result in the loss of the country.

Langton was first targeted after voicing concerns during a school board meeting in Fairfax County, Virginia, in September 2021. She criticized the inclusion of inappropriate books, such as Gender Queer and Lawn Boy, that are increasingly available to children as young as 12 on the shelves of public school libraries.

Adding to the urgency of the movie’s message, Dan Bongino, a well-known conservative voice and notable figure in the documentary, shed light on the present realities by stating, “The police state isn’t coming; it’s already here.”

Your senses will be heightened to the danger we’re all in.

“The signs are everywhere,” he added. “And once you recognize them, your senses will be heightened to the danger we’re all in.”

His words convey an urgency for vigilance and an invitation to be aware of the evolving political situation.

Nick Searcy, who plays a significant role in the film, articulated a stark warning, saying, “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.”

In the movie, Searcy plays the villainous role of a heartless federal law enforcement agent dispatched to uphold the two-tiered justice system the film critiques. 

Presidential Endorsement

The release of Police State caught the attention of former President Donald Trump, who will facilitate the film’s debut at his Mar-a-Lago estate on Nov. 1, extending a notable endorsement to the film’s narrative and potentially amplifying its impact.

Donald Trump will reportedly endorse the film

D’Souza’s Police State ventures into a critical examination of the current political climate under the Biden administration and urges thorough scrutiny of governmental power.

As the film navigates through these intricate issues, it invites viewers to engage in a vital conversation about the preservation of the United States as a constitutional federal republic amidst an increasingly hostile political landscape.

Through Police State, D’Souza continues his tradition of filmmaking that aims to contribute to a broader understanding and awareness of the political realities facing the nation.

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