Conservative author and filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza is no fan of Hillary Clinton. In fact, D’Souza is releasing an upcoming documentary, “Hillary’s America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party,” which timelines the candidate’s sneaky and boisterous rise in American politics.
However, in a sit down interview with TheBlaze’s Jason Howerton, he was able to identify one sole positive trait about the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee.
When questioned by Howerton if there is anything “good” he can say about Clinton, D’Souza said he “admires” the former secretary of state’s “tenacity.”
“I have to admire the unbelievable doggedness — she’s had the posse behind her, inches behind her for about three decades, and yet, she puts her head down — it doesn’t matter what the scandals are — and she marches ahead. [She] challenges us to bludgeon her, jump on her, sit on her, and keep her down, otherwise she’s gonna get up and keep going. She’s like that toy soldier who walks into a wall and keeps going. You have to admire that Clinton … quality,” D’Souza responded.
D’Souza then admitted the Democrats are “good at what they do,” but then added that what they do “turns out to be very bad.”