This turned out to be not what I was expecting. This film by D'Souza is actually a fairly detailed history of the Democrat party from its inception about 1820 to present. Interspersed with this is some insights into D'Souza's time spent in jail for daring to criticize the president in his first film. One clip was him talking to his fellow inmates about why they were there. One for murder, one for manslaughter, one for theft, etc. Mostly pretty rough customers. They asked him what he was in for and he told them that a friend of his was running for office and he gave her too much money. This cracked the regulars up.
There was a discussion with an inmate in for fraud who described the process in some detail, and D'Souza shows how the process ties in with the Dem party line in general, and the Clintons in particular.
The film is worth seeing as it covers bits of American history that usually get glossed over in school. I'd recommend taking your kids to see it if only for that reason. I already knew a lot of what was covered but there were several additional bits that were new to me. The production values were first rate and the performance of the national anthem at the end was over the top.
Go see it. Take a liberal.