I saw it and it was really good. It had some shortcomings, the musical pieces were nice but superfluous. It's achieved its main goal of countering the progressive narrative that Republicans, especially Trump supporters are fascists and racists exceedingly well. Critics say the movie rewrites history; no, it corrects the fallacious version that's been pushed by leftists in academia for decades. Casual accusations of racism and fascism by the Left levied at conservatives will never again go unchallenged. Thanks to D'Souza, the spell is broken.
I really want to see this film... 'Hilary's America' was also very well done.