LIVE TONIGHT (Thursday, April 12th): D’Souza Takes On Leftists at UF

Sorry for the short notice.

Attend the event or watch live (see below).

The gloves come off at the University of Florida tonight as Dinesh D’Souza takes on the Left’s biggest lies of all—and you can watch from home! Who are the REAL fascists in America today? Everything you’ve been told by academia and the media is one “big lie,” but Dinesh D’Souza has the truth.

D’Souza heads to UF tonight as a part of Young America’s Foundation D’Souza Unchained Lecture Series with a politically incorrect message about the deeply rooted Democrat tradition of fascism.

There will be a lengthy Q&A session after the D’Souza lecture, allowing students and professors to spar with D’Souza in an open dialogue. Don’t miss it!

D’Souza will pull no punches when it comes to the hypocrisy of the Left. You need to watch to find out what will happen! The talk begins at 6:00 PM ET.

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5 responses to “LIVE TONIGHT (Thursday, April 12th): D’Souza Takes On Leftists at UF”

  1. Tom says:

    Is there going to be a replay of this. I’m interested to see if he gets screamed down by the useful idiot communists.

  2. ,The Flash says:

    I watched the whole thing and was surprised at the civility of the crowd. There must have been very few liberals there.

    • Kafir Carol says:

      The audience was warned that disrupters would be given one warning and then removed after that. Alan, will you please spread the word about internat’l. journalist Alex Newman coming to town to speak on the vast amount of info. he has on the “Deep State”. May 1st, 6:30 free (please donate) @ Countryside Baptist Church 10926 39th Ave, Gainesville (just west of I-75)

  3. Kathy Benton says:

    This was EXCELLENT!!! Too bad it wasn’t better attended. D’Souza did great. It was encouraging to see as many students attend as there were there. Takes a lot of guts to be a conservative student at UF. A speaker of this caliber should have had a larger audience. I’m very glad that I heard about it and attended.

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