“The reason we called it ‘2016’ is because we want audiences to question what the implications are, and what the world would look like in 2016 if he is re-elected,” D’Souza said. “It is a real mystery how he managed to convince so many Americans to vote for him, and how some of his deepest beliefs have gone unscrutinized.”
In addition to revisiting Obama’s close relationship with controversial pastor Rev. Jeremiah Wright, “2016” probes other seemingly radical leaders and professors D’Souza says shaped the 44th President’s political leanings. It goes on to explore the dramatic deficit the U.S. has accumulated during his term, and expresses D’Souza’s own concerns regarding how things might play out if Obama is granted another term and no longer has to be concerned about getting reelected.
The Office of the Press at the White House did not respond to a request for comment.