Dinesh D’Souza, the conservative filmmaker behind the hit documentary “2,000 Mules,” premiered a new film on Wednesday in a glitzy soiree at President Donald Trump’s elegant Mar-a-Lago home in West Palm Beach, Florida, highlighting a disturbingly prevalent issue here in America.
The movie, “Police State,” centers on unpacking the malevolent statist forces that have created a web of control and surveillance in the United States, particularly as it pertains to the American landscape in the wake of President Donald Trump’s term as president.
President Donald Trump endorsed the film on Truth Social on Wednesday.
Although he was not at the premiere, he lent his support to the movie by writing, “Dinesh D’Souza exposed the fraud of the 2020 Election in his film 2000 Mules—well now Dinesh is back and exposing the Witch Hunt that the Deep State has against ME! And the Police State is coming after you too. Dinesh understands this, and is blowing the whistle on all of it!”
The movie is currently streaming on Rumble, SalemNow, and EpochTV.
Guests like Trump Media & Technology Group CEO Devin Nunes, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, and former Georgia State Rep. Vernon Jones were in attendance.
In an interview at Mar-a-Lago with “Relentless” podcast host Kyle Becker, D’Souza explained that he felt that “the defining ingredients of police states are all showing up in America. Mass surveillance of citizens, systematic censorship, ideological indoctrination, in the schools, in the media. Police states tend to be one-party states that kind of shut down and lock up opposition leaders and criminalize dissent.”
He also spoke to the nature of the modern-day police state, calling it “very cunning – it marches behind the banner of saving democracy, upholding the rule of law, protecting truth against misinformation and disinformation, even affirming freedom.”
In his film, he said that he “pulled away the veil” of what was really going on with America’s encroaching police state, and exposed its “naked brutality.”