Dinesh D’Souza’s Movie Partners Disavow His Book

NPR reports:

The film and book are both based on the research of a controversial organization called True the Vote, and the activists Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips. Both Engelbrecht and Phillips are credited as executive producers of the film. In a statement to NPR, the group distanced itself from the book. “True the Vote had no participation in this book, and has no knowledge of its contents,” said Brian Glicklich, a representative for the group, in an emailed statement.

“This includes any allegations of activities of any specific organizations made in the book. We made no such allegations. The book reflects the views of the author, not of True the Vote, Catherine Engelbrecht, or Gregg Phillips.” Regnery declined to answer NPR’s questions for this story, and said the copy of the book NPR obtained “was printed in error, and some advance copies were distributed in error.”

Read the full article. Told you so. Everybody is terrified of being sued into oblivion. As noted in the linked piece, no specific organizations were accused of ballot fraud in the movie, but several were named in the book. Definitely hit that link and read it all.