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Democratic Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio Cortez lent her celebrity to a new climate change propaganda piece “documentary” that debuted in 120 theaters across the U.S. over the weekend. The release was catastrophic, generating a mere $80 per theater. At an average of $9.17 per ticket, this suggests that each showing if only shown once over the weekend, was attended by approximately eight people.

The film entitled “To the End,” directed by Rachel Lears, was filmed over a four-year period and focuses on Cortez, activist Varshini Prakash, climate policy writer Rhiana Gunn-Wright and political strategist and director of the “Justice Democrats” Alexandra Rojas presenting their efforts to pass the so-called “Green New Deal” as a noble endeavor.

According to the film’s website, “The award-winning team behind Knock Down the House follows four exceptional young women— Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, activist Varshini Prakash, climate policy writer Rhiana Gunn-Wright, and political strategist Alexandra Rojas— as they grapple with new challenges of leadership and power and work together to defend their generation’s right to a future. “

Documentary filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza, known for his film America: Imagine A World Without Her, a box-office success earning $14.4 million on a budget of $5 million tweeted “I’m laughing heartily because the new @AOC film on climate change “To the End” got rave reviews from the usual robotic left-wing claque but still generated a miserable $80 per theater. Over multiple days with multiple showings she sold around 8 tickets per theater. Major bomb!”

D’Souza’s America “opened to solid numbers” according to The Hollywood Reporter  with $39,000 on its debut for a theater average of $13,000 (a mite more than $80.) In defiance of all commercial concerns and the reaction of the public, the film holds an 83% score from critics on Rotten Tomatos and a 4.3/10 from IMDB.

A user review on IMDB from user “waeracor,” who seems to agree with Climate Change as a concept criticized the film for “misleading statistics, inaccuracies, and hyperbole to convince people.” User “aarindamtalukdar” wrote, “Just terrible, to be on the kinder side. It’s like a purchased msm pushing a paid-for propaganda, regardless of its absurdity. As flimsy as a tik tok video, rather than a trustworthy factual cine document.”

As of this writing, the film’s official trailer on Youtube from Roadside Flix has 110 likes and 2,300 dislikes.

Note: D’Souza is a stakeholder in DC Enquirer.