Former President Donald Trump Responds To Screening Of ‘Police State’ Movie – Trump News 2024


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Former President Donald Trump played host to conservative filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza and a star-studded array of the top names in conservatism at his Mar-a-Lago residence to screen the movie “Police State.”

The movie is D’Souza’s most recent work, and it highlights the terrifying premise that the “police state” has been targeting the former president and is not stopping there. The filmmaker explained why he chose the former president’s residence to host the premiere event.

“We are having it at Mar-a-Lago because Trump is the primary target of the police state, D’Souza said.

The movie, which is in theaters, he said, “opened to rave reviews,” and ‘it is streaming on multiple platforms and is also available on DVD.”

D’Souza has had a series of hit movies but he believes this one may be the most special, and most important, movie he has made.

“This is quite likely my most cinematic film and also the most frightening one, he said. “Not because I used the techniques of cinematography, but because the reality of what’s going on is frightening.”

The former president spoke on his TruthSocial account after watching the movie and gave a dire warning.

“Dinesh is back and exposing the Witch Hunt that the Deep State has against ME!” the former president said.

“And the Police State is coming after you too. Dinesh understands this, and is blowing the whistle on all of it!” he said. “We can’t let this continue.


“I hope everyone will watch the film, POLICE STATE! Go to to watch the movie! It’s streaming now so you can watch it immediately!” he said.

The guest list was an array of the top names in conservative media as the filmmaker shared photos of on his X, formerly Twitter, of the event.

D’Souza spoke to The Washington Examiner about his new movie, which began screening in select theaters on October 23 & 25, and what he believes is happening in America.

“I came to America as an immigrant in the late 1970s because America offers these basic inviolable liberties: freedom of speech, freedom of conscience, the right to assemble, the right to petition the government, equal justice under the law. These rights are supposed to be above politics. Even a majority cannot override these rights,” the filmmaker said.


“It’s been very shocking to me to see how all these rights are now in jeopardy. And so that’s the theme of “Police State,” and clearly, the results of the Rasmussen survey show that this is a theme that worries not just me, but also the American people,” he said.

On the movie’s website the staff, which includes D’Souza and conservative host Dan Bongino, spoke about what they see happening in America.

“’ 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,” D’Souza 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,” Bongino said.

Actor Nick Searcy, who stars in the movie, said “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.”

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