Dinesh D'Souza exits the Manhattan Federal Courthouse after pleading guilty in New York, May 20, 2014.
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Dinesh D’Souza compares Ebola outbreak to Pres. Obama’s father

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Conservative author and filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza weighed in on the Ebola outbreak by comparing the deadly virus to President Obama’s father. 

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In a tweet and Facebook post both published Monday, D’Souza wrote, “Which is a more dangerous infection: ‪#‎Ebola‬, or the dreams from his father?” The illustration in the Facebook post featured a photo of a virus strain and a photo of the president’s father, Barack Hussein Obama Sr., a central figure in the president’s first autobiography. 

D’Souza coined the term “Obola,” another outbreak affecting Americans, later tweeting: 

D’Souza also tweeted the first lady Sunday, accusing President Obama of “allowing” Ebola into the country and even labeling President Obama’s second term as “The Ebola Presidency.”

D’Souza, a frequent critic of President Obama, has published three books and two movies attacking President Obama, his story, and his policies. In late September, he was sentenced to spend eight months in a community confinement center during five years of probation after pleading guilty to a campaign finance law violation.  

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Dinesh D'Souza and Ebola

Dinesh D'Souza compares Ebola outbreak to Pres. Obama's father

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