Dinesh D’Souza emerges with a new fiance. Deborah Denise Fancher. Born in Venezuela, she grew up in Texas, attended the Harlingen High School and has spent much of her adult life near the Houston, Texas area.  She holds a B.A. in Political Science and Government.

She is a Conservative Political Activist, a Singer/Songwriter and a Worship Leader at her church. She was President of the Spirit of Freedom Republican Women from 2012 to 2014. Before that, Fancher was a primary school teacher from 1990 to 2001.

Denish D’Souza was born in Bombay, India, came to the U.S. as an exchange student. His first book was CHRISTIAN APOLOGETICS followed by NEW ATHEISM.

In 2012 he released his 2016: OBAMA’S AMERICA film (highest grossing conservative documentary in the US, ever).

In 2014, he was indicted for making illegal political contributions to a Senate Campaign. The startling comparison many have made is that he was charged with a felony for that when Hillary Clinton’s Clinton Global Initiative organization far surpasses what D’Souza did. He was ordered to an 8 month halfway house in San Diego, 5 years probation and a $30,000.00 fine.

Wearing what appears to be an orange prison jump saying on his website that he stopped by the White House and the Oval Office was empty so he had his portrait taken on the Presidential Desk. For all we know this may actually be a set on Saturday Night Live.



We expect he’ll enjoy life now that he’s put all that behind him, has announced his engagement and marriage.

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[Below] D’Souza and his fiance enjoyed his first NFL game from the exclusive T. Boone Pickens’ Owners Club suite at AT&T Stadium. Boone Pickens wasn’t there but his wing boy, Jay Rosser showed the pair around the stadium.

D’Souza commented that George Will keeps saying that baseball is America’s game but D’Souza does not agree. He feels it’s football that’s America’s game. He says it embodies masculinity, aggressiveness and speed. He said he thinks that baseball “is like a poor man’s cricket.”