Neoconservative author and filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza recruited Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers for a music video promoting his latest documentary, “Hillary’s America.”
“Stand Up and Say So” features footage from the recent premiere of D’Souza’s latest film at the Republican National Convention.
As Billboard reported: “‘Hillary’s America’ is D’Souza’s third film, after ‘2016: Obama’s America’ and ‘America: Imagine a World Without Her,’ but it’s the first of his films to feature an original song.
D’Souza also screened the movie Sunday before the Democratic National Convention.
This anti-Hillary song needs to be covered by an indie-band and made into a song about crazy girlfriend & cat Bubba: https://t.co/8eHaYvVDj5
— H. Løvdal Stephens (@Hilde_L_Stephs) July 25, 2016
Don’t let Hillary get away with it. It’s time to “Stand Up and Say So” with Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers https://t.co/mSrkWuNvBc
— Mark Zimmer (@ZimmerOC) July 23, 2016
@PaulManafort I bet the Gatlin Bros will let you use THEIR song! https://t.co/lLm7tUo14q Hillary’s America song by Gatlin Brothers
— AJ Maimbourg (@amaimbourg) July 23, 2016