Best-selling author and movie producer Dinesh D’Souza, an influential thought leader in the conservative movement, debated Obama’s favorite domestic terrorist, communist traitor Bill Ayers, on Wednesday at the University of Michigan.
One of the most devasting moments of the debate for Ayers, a longtime friend of Obama’s who bombed the New York City Police Headquarters in 1970, the Capitol building in 1971, and the Pentagon in 1972, and then got off without punishment due to a technicality, was the discussion about the much-ballyhooed topic of criminal justice reform.
Ayers, who once wrote the progressive leftist mantra of “Kill all the rich people” and “Kill your parents” (so that big government is god) got schooled when Dinesh D’Souza articulately pointed out that while D’Souza was recently jailed for a relatively minor campaign finance violation, unrepentant terrorist Ayers, the radical who launched Obama’s political career in his living room was never punished by the legal system.
In the exchange below, you’ll see D’Souza dropping a proverbial bomb on the Marxist terrorist, exposing him as the privileged hypocrite that he is.
The Blaze reports on the exchange on criminal justice:
“One of the things that I think is catastrophic in it, is that our political system is now for sale — it’s on the auction block,” Ayers added, referring to a campaign finance violation committed by D’Souza. “I think the criminal justice system is deeply corrupt and it’s corrupted by politics.”
D’Souza fired back with a response that prompted the crowd to erupt in applause.
“The inequity of our criminal justice system is on full display right on this podium right here,” he said. “So I gave $20,000 of my own money over the campaign finance limit. I got 8 months in overnight confinement.
You bombed the Pentagon and tried to bomb all kinds of other things — how much time did you do in the slammer?”
The debate between the two ideological opposites, one freedom-loving Christian constitutionalist, D’Souza, and one America-hating Marxist terrorist, Ayers, was sponsored by the Young America’s Foundation, an outreach organization to young conservatives.